Editorial

Black cats and superstition

Black cats and superstition

For decades, black cats have made an impression on multiple cultures due to ancient superstitions pinning them as evil, associated with witches and the devil and harbingers of bad luck. Omens, superstitions and the occult, like many beliefs...

 

America needs Millennials to vote

I am an elder member of the wolf clan. I’m retired and have audited classes at UWG since I moved from Charlotte to Carrollton in 2012. This semester I’m enrolled in Sociology of Terrorism with Dr. Neema Noori. The class is topical. My classmates...

 

Black Lives Matter?

In 2016 you would think that racism would be an issue of the past. In 2016 you would think that you could be pro-black without being anti-white. In 2016 you would think that America would be a country of growth and equal rights. In 2016 you...

 

Madness at Music Midtown

Atlanta, Ga.—The season of music festivals is almost over in Atlanta after the rollercoaster of a ride that was the Sixth Annual Music Midtown. Piedmont Park was packed Sept. 17 and 18 with thousands of people of all ages with one thought...

 

Where Will Businesses Draw the Line?

It is bad enough that Americans are slowly getting their Holidays taken away from them by retail businesses. Holidays like Labor Day and Memorial Day, days that are supposed to be reserved for remembrance and our veterans, are overrun by blowout...

 

“When the Bough Breaks” is Predictable, But Still Good

“When the Bough Breaks” is Predictable, But Still Good

When the Bough Breaks, a thriller starring Regina Hall, Morris Chestnut and newcomer Jaz Sinclair, tells the story about a married couple wanting to have a baby. Laura Taylor (Hall) is unable to carry a child, and with three previous miscarriages,...

 

New Semester Means Changes for The West Georgian

New Semester Means Changes for The West Georgian

Pictured are News Editor, Daniel Forte and Editor-in-Chief, Anndrea Ours. The West Georgian is expecting growth, positive changes and new faces this semester. The paper is led by two new faces: Editor-In-Chief Anndrea Ours and News Editor Daniel...

 

From Walter Cronkite to Kim Kardashian

The flashing of cameras overwhelm what is in view, visions are blurred, but have finally come together. Headlines are broadcasted all over every news outlet from Los Angeles to Washington D.C. What could this news story possibly be? In recent...

 

George Zimmerman, Celebrity?

Would you name a person acquitted of second-degree murder a celebrity? When thinking of celebrities, I would never name George Zimmerman, who was acquitted of second-degree murder last year in the death of Trayvon Martin. According to ABC News,...

 

Snowzilla 2014, Shut It Down

Students Hope University Officials Review Inclement Weather Procedures for Future   Snowzilla 2014 made landfall in Carrollton leaving snow and ice on the ground for three days. However, the students at the University of West Georgia are...

 
 
 
 

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