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Smoky Haze over Athens

By: Julia Sanders First year, Intended Journalism major Online section writer With a divisive presidential election happening last week and upcoming final exams looming just on the horizon, students at the University of Georgia are likely experiencing a mental fog. Meanwhile, UGA’s campus has been experiencing a very real fog. The smoky haze rolled onto… Continue reading Smoky Haze over Athens

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Suspending Belief: Understanding Atheism, Agnosticism and the Complexity of Religion

BY MOLLIE SIMON We live in a world full of organized rows of false checkbox dichotomies. Fill in the blank tests tell us that we are black or white, male or female, and Hispanic or non-Hispanic. But, life tells us that we are a hell of a lot more complex. Society’s categorizations when it comes… Continue reading Suspending Belief: Understanding Atheism, Agnosticism and the Complexity of Religion

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Diverse Palates Adjust to College Cuisine

BY MOLLIE SIMON Whether it means grabbing a midnight breakfast at Snelling or using a milkshake to conquer an intense round of studying at Bolton, food plays an important role in the culture of UGA students. But, for some individuals, it can be hard to feel at home eating college cuisine when it is a… Continue reading Diverse Palates Adjust to College Cuisine

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Different Color, Same Soul

By Vanilla Sherry I packed my suitcases, arrived at the airport, waved to my parents and then went to the security check. Shining under the beautiful warm 2 pm sunlight, the large airplane stood on the ground peacefully. I knew it was time to leave. I had a hard time making decisions about where to… Continue reading Different Color, Same Soul