Bulldogs beat Kennesaw State, 80-65 to open the 2019 season

By Sydney Gibbs The Georgia women’s basketball team welcomed Kennesaw State into Athens for opening night in Stegeman Coliseum on Thursday night. Behind Gabby Connally’s 28 points and nine assists, the Bulldogs went on to beat the Owls, 80-65 to claim their first win of the 2019 season. Connally is Georgia’s returning leading scorer with…

Remembering Wendy Anderson

By Sydney Gibbs The Georgia fanbase held a “pink out” in honor of Wendy Anderson, wife of Arkansas State’s head coach Blake Anderson. Mrs. Anderson lost her fight to breast cancer on Aug. 19 after fighting the battle since 2017.  The Bulldogs demonstrated that the game of football is more than just a game. It’s…

“I’m the Girl You Know”

January 2019, Lifetime began to air a special series titled “Surviving R. Kelly”. Because of R. Kelly’s status throughout the music industry and in the black community, it created a lot of buzz. You and a lot of other people took to Twitter and other social media platforms to state and discuss your opinions on…

Senior Sit Down: University of Georgia Class of 2019 (A Short Film)

By Lyndsey Jackson  Producer’s Note: “A Letter to My Freshman Year Self” Senior Sit Down   Dear Lyndsey,   Freshman year was hard. You dealt with stress, home sickness and the loss of a grandparent all in one year. You didn’t know what to major in or what you wanted to do after college. However,…

Am I African American or Black?

By C’Ayanam Nyomi Obiekwe Yes; the infamous question that many, and even myself, are tired of. I think that one thing that we can all agree on is that there is a plethora of backgrounds within the black community. Despite this, we share similar stories, which is why there is always a tweet that one can relate…

Being Pro Black and Dating Outside the Black Race: Is it Possible?

By Fajorah Poteau Can you be pro black and date other races? This question has been lingering within the black community for some time now, and even with the various ‘yes’ and ‘no’ opinions, we (the black community) cannot seem to be in sync with one decision. On one end of the spectrum, we have…

Dealing With Death

By Arianna Marks Throughout my life, I have lost family members. Although it was sad simply because a life was lost, I did not mourn due to not personally knowing them. I always thought as funerals as depressing, so I told myself I would never attend one unless it was immediate family. Unfortunately, on June…

Assimilation and Preference

By Chelsea Perry Gym class was an everlasting trail of waterfalls. Brown, red, strawberry blonde…  Flowing and swinging back and forth followed by cheerful laughter and shouts of “my hair got so long!”I was a bush. A bush among waterfalls. “Touch your toes!” The P.E teacher would yell, and a cascade of long fine hair…

At the End of a Trying Time

  by Bemsi Wallang She spins through the current with wide eyes and arms apart All she wants is to feel something to remind her that feeling has not left her and bitterness is not her with the space she has been given She will make something of herself and the grace within her soul…