Coverage of Boko Haram

Sometimes, there are horrendous events that happen in the world that do not always get the attention that they deserve. Stories are reported on — only to fade from the minds and memories of the general public on a global scale. April 14, 2016 marked the second year anniversary of …

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Being Healthy As a College Student

A good balance of healthy food and regular workouts can be difficult to accomplish without proper motivation, inspiration, or knowledge of how to do it. This difficulty can be heightened as a college student because people’s focus largely changes to include only the workload of being in college, leaving little …

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Black Lives Matter Round Table

Black Lives Matter Round Table. (left to right) Professor Cole Thomas, Jasmine Hutchinson, Hakim Floyd, Jack Lester, Chris Townsend, Sondra Williams, and Keisha Webb. Photo by Chelse Brown

Do all black lives “really” matter? On Feb. 24, the Feminati Club on Dunwoody campus held a Black Lives Matter Roundtable Discussion panel. The Feminati club is dedicated to feminism and women’s issues that discuss relevant topics that happen locally and internationally and relate them to the feminist student body. …

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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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Is Mary Poppins wrong about a spoonful of sugar?

“A spoonful of sugar helps the medicine go down,” Julie Andrews sings as the character of Mary Poppins. According to the Oxford Dictionaries, the definition of sugar is a sweet crystalline substance obtained from various plants, especially sugar cane and sugar beets, consisting of sucrose and used for a sweetener …

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Lucy Monge performance

Lucy Monge. Photo by Liza Monge.

Lucy Monge gave an outstanding performance in the Fine Arts Performance Studio on the Clarkston campus on Nov. 16 for around 100 people including her family, whom have never seen her perform on stage before. Monge is a singer, dancer, and director. She was the assistant director of a production …

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GPC, the College of Opportunity

Undocumented students look for doors like GPC to open for their education. I used to be one of the 11 million illegal immigrants in America, and the biggest struggle I faced was education. My family moved to America for better education and opportunities, but due to unexpected circumstances we lost …

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