My Pride…Our Pride

by Courtney Taylor Pride: a feeling or deep pleasure or satisfaction derived from one’s own achievements, the achievements of those with whom one is closely associated, or from qualities or possessions that are widely admired. History not hate. A phrase so commonly accompanied by red, white and, blue that billow in the past winds of…

Thank You, Kennington

With Co-Founder and chief executive producer, Kennington Smith, graduating tomorrow evening, our current EP’s and executive staff would like to commemorate him, thank him, and wish him a farewell. Brian Lucear:     You know, the crazy thing is it didn’t dawn on me that you were graduating until I sat down to write this….

When We Were Dawgs

by Corey Knapp Everybody loves the things you do From the way you talk To the way you move Growing up, I always heard good things about the University of Georgia. Some of my teachers, friends and their parents and siblings, and coaches had gone here. Every story I heard was a great one. But…

Who Won the SGA Debate?

by Sammy Smith Student Government Association (SGA) election season is among us. With the Ignite and the Rise campaigns trying to earn votes, both campaigns debated Wednesday night in the UGA Chapel. Breaking down section-by-section, we’ll take a look at who won Wednesday’s debate. On Healthcare Access Mental wellness was the focal point of this…

We, The Watchdogs

by Alex Marchante It hasn’t been easy being an aspiring journalist as of late. A combination of fake news sites like InfoWars and PolitiCops, far left and right pages like Occupy Democrats and Breitbart and even typo news sites like Abcnews.com.co has made the statement, “I’m a journalist” a punchline for some people. However, now…

Finding Faith

by Isaiah Joseph As the night grew colder Tuesday night, initially so did my hopes, moreover so did the reality of an ever so ominous situation grow. It was that kind of coldness more dismaying than a harsh frigid winter. It was the kind that can be felt internally. It was the kind that seeps…

Top Five Storylines Going Into Election Day

By: Alex Marchante It is finally here, Election Day 2016. For some or most people, tonight will be the culmination of the chaotic political whirlwind, until 2020. For other people, it will be the moment of the ultimate decision that will change the face of America in one way or the other. What can be said…

The Locker Room Lowdown

By Nia Harris Just one month before the election, a video recording of Donald Trump and a Today Show correspondent leaked. The entire country braced themselves for what could possibly be on the tape, but it is safe to say that nobody was prepared for what he said. Trump made several comments about how he…

Not an option

By Alex Marchante What are you doing November 8th? If you’re thinking of just chilling on a Tuesday afternoon thinking there is nothing better to do, you’re wrong. There is one thing you could do that change the future of this country and your life. If you’re thinking that one average Joe or Joanne can’t…

Roommate Woes

By Jessica Marie Clayton Roommates are one of the biggest challenges that we have to overcome in college because we are forced to coincide with complete strangers in tiny living spaces for eight or nine months. Sometimes, you are able to get lucky and get an old high school friend to be your roommate, but…

A Tough Task

The Syrian refugee crisis has been on the forefront of many people’s minds. Some worry about human rights violations and the atrocities being committed while others worry about the threat of terrorism. Many argue that terrorism and the rise of Islamic extremism is justification enough to keep Syrian refugees out of our country. But, just how easy is it to get here in the first place?

Going With the Flow

By Alsherrae’ Ray Help me. I’m currently up to my neck in college and hopefully I won’t drown. I was always told that college is a big transition that not many people are able to handle. After all, we’re away from our parents. We’re supposed to be responsible for our finances, our education, our nutrition,…