Let’s talk about it

By Christian Clark The birds and the bees. Getting it on. The nasty. It. – All names for a very simple, but also very complex word: sex. With all the things going on in the world that we aren’t too certain about, one thing we know for sure is that people are having sex. Often times…

Another One

By Ariel Bowen “Very important, major key, cloth talk” If this sounds familiar to you, then I’m sure you already know where this is going. Khaled Mohamed Khaled, famously known as DJ Khaled is a record producer behind many popular hip hop singles, such as, “I’m So Hood”, “All I Do Is Win” and “No…

It’s Not Just a “White People Problem”

By Chelsey Omoerah Mental health is one of those things that is often brushed under the rug in black communities. I remember a friend approaching me with feelings of depression and she was convinced that she was overreacting because he parents told her that “black people don’t have depression” and that “everyone gets sad sometimes.”…

The Thirst Project

By Brian Lucear   At The Univeristy of Georgia, it’s easy for us to take advantage of the luxuries we have. At a flagship institution, we have a multitude of resources and utilities at our disposal. However, there’s one smaller luxury that is easy for us to take advantage of because it’s so common: water….

The Importance of Contentment

By Cheyenne Brown Do you ever find yourself looking in the mirror wishing you were slimmer/thicker or taller/shorter? What about thinking if you had more money or a bigger house, then you would be happier? Or do you ever catch yourself placing yourself in the shoes of a celebrity, thinking things would be much easier…

This Week’s Best In Show: “To Write Love On Her Arms”

By: Brittney Phoebe Laryea Look out UGA! A new organization is here to incite some changes, and it’s called To Write Love on Her Arms. The organization was started by five undergrads, Victoria Glover, Jeniffer Abdullah, Hope Calhoun, Amanda Ackerman and Mackenzie King, who launched the organization’s first meeting this past January. I met up…