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The Power of the Flutie Effect

Everyone wants to be a part of something big and witness something amazing. Eveyone wants to say, “I was there.”. Now imagine being at the 1984 Boston College vs. University of Miami football game. There is six seconds left in the game and Boston College is down 41-45. Boston College …

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Modern Day Slave Art

Photo by Jada Braxton

Despite being a rainy November day, 12 vibrant panels created by Art Works For Freedom, appeared on Georgia State’s Dunwoody Campus. Strategically placed within the center courtyard, the seamless 4×4 vibrant mural shined brightly through the wet weather. “What You See Is Not Who I Am,” the colorful piece was …

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Climate Change: Feeling the Bern

On Wednesday, Jan. 20, presidential hopeful Sen. Bernie Sanders said, “The debate is over. The vast majority of the scientific community has spoken. Climate change is real, it is caused by human activity, and it is already causing devastating harm here in the United States, and to people all around …

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