Opinion

We All Have the FreedomTwoLove, Right?

We All Have the FreedomTwoLove, Right?

According to the Human Rights Campaign, out of most undergraduates, 85 percent describe themselves as heterosexual, 6 percent identify as homosexual or bisexual and about 2 percent answer as other or don’t know/no answer. Out of that small...

 

UWG Dining Hall Undergoes Growing Pains

UWG Dining Hall Undergoes Growing Pains

 Within the last few years, UWG has undergone some changes and restructuring. For instance, the Oaks, a freshmen housing dorm and the East Commons, an on-campus dining hall, were built in 2013. Bike lanes were added to the campus in 2015, and...

 

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,...

 

Black Voices Fall on Deaf Ears

“We have the opportunities to express ourselves in a manner that allows others to receive that expression, and they have the opportunity to learn from that and to develop their own identities and their own understandings of diversity and inclusion,”said...

 

Brussels vs. Lahore: Why did Lahore take a backseat in global news coverage?

The media is constantly criticized for biases in covering terror in the Eastern part of the world. I am not trying to pile on criticism. Rather, show how unresponsiveness to this bias might lead to an increase in hatred towards these “others”...

 

Campus carry threatens to impede the learning environment

Campus carry threatens to impede the learning environment

In relation to gun laws, America is a laughing stock in the global arena. The international community is completely baffled by America’s decision to hold onto its guns despite the staggering number of gun-related deaths. America still does...

 

Winning and recruiting reign supreme in college athletics

Winning and recruiting reign supreme in college athletics

College athletics is filled with exhilarating moments. It is where passionate athletes lay it all on the line for their respective universities in front of crazed fans that crave bragging rights against any opponent that steps on their turf....

 

The Life (and death) of Pablo

The Life (and death) of Pablo

Photo Credit: GOOD Music, Inc. After two name changes, a massive Twitter brawl, a premiere at Madison Garden as part of the Yeezy Season 3 collection and a Saturday Night Live performance that spawned more conflict than concord, “The Life...

 
 
 
 

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