Opinion

Novel “Wrecked” addresses sexual assault

In her new novel, Wrecked, Maria Padian draws attention to the controversial issue of sexual assault on college campuses. This issue is seen time and time again throughout various news stories- increasingly so over the last few years. The stories...

 

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...

 

The Negan Era

It’s been one long, stressful summer for “The Walking Dead” fans after season six’s wicked cliffhanger. Fans were introduced to the comic’s main and most dangerous villain Negan, played by Jeffery Dean Morgan. Creator Robert Kirkman...

 

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...

 

Solange’s “A Seat at the Table” Provokes Healing

Solange’s “A Seat at the Table” Provokes Healing

Solange released her third album A Seat at the Table on Friday, Sept. 30.  A Seat at the Table speaks to the emotional toll many African Americans face in today’s pivotal movement. The songs on the album act as mental therapy for those concerned...

 

Awkward Black Girl Fans Rejoice in Return of Issa Rae

Awkward Black Girl Fans Rejoice in Return of Issa Rae

Issa Rae debuted her latest project Insecure October 9 on HBO. The first episode contains a relentless allegiance to the hidden beauty of South L.A.’s small eateries and palm trees, women speaking crass about their lady parts and a genuine...

 

Mac Miller’s The Divine Feminine Tour to hit ATL

Mac Miller’s The Divine Feminine Tour to hit ATL

American rapper Mac Miller will be performing at the Tabernacle in Atlanta, Ga., on Oct. 17 to support his fourth studio album The Divine Feminine. Opening acts Lakim and ClockworkDJ, aka the Official Tour DJ of Mac Miller, are expected to get...

 

Love and Hate for iOS10 Update

Love and Hate for iOS10 Update

The iPhone 7 was released September 7, 2016. Many college students were looking forward to the new phone, however, the majority of West Georgia Wolves have not used their hard earned cash to purchase or upgrade. However, many college students...

 

Changes in Gender, Race and Violence Negatively Separates “The Magnificent Seven” from Namesake

Changes in Gender, Race and Violence Negatively Separates “The Magnificent Seven” from Namesake

The newest western film The Magnificent Seven was released Sept. 23 and quickly rose to become a box office hit in theatres across America. A remake of the 1960 version, The Magnificent Seven focuses on seven gunslingers hired to protect a village...

 
 
 
 

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