The Atlanta Hawks: Fischer Price or Schwinn

By Matt Mataxas Consider for a moment a tricycle. A tricycle is reliable. It’s unlikely that someone will fall off of one. A tricycle is safe and dependable. However, they also aren’t very sexy. And while you may enjoy having the dependable, safe tricycle, after awhile you realize that this mode of transportation isn’t sustainable….

Fashion Flattery: Finding Your Fit

By Kalyn Wilson Have you ever looked at yourself in a mirror after getting dressed up only to find yourself deeply frustrated? My clothes don’t fit me you thought. You were filled with worry, maybe even shame, because you realized you can no longer keep up with the shapes and sizes in your own closet…

Remembering Martin Luther King Jr.

Two Organizations in the National Pan-Hallenic Council Tackle the Challenge of Honoring Dr. King By Khari Pressley and Andrew Porter On Monday night, The Eta Xi Chapter of Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority Inc. hosted a candlelight vigil and march as a part of their Martin Luther King Jr. Day of Service. Students gathered in Tate…

His Dream, Our Reality

By Jamari Jordan Every third Monday in January, the black race finds itself in a conundrum. We celebrate a man whose accomplishments, legacy, and impact cannot even be put into words. Martin Luther King Jr. was not only a husband and father, but ultimately a inspiration to us all. He, like so many countless civil…

We Were All In, What’s Next

Reactions from the first College Football Playoff By James Saffo NCAA concluded the inaugural edition of the College Football Playoff on Sunday night, to rousing success in more ways than one. Fourth-seeded Ohio State’s convincing victory over No. 2 Oregon validated the implementation of the new system in the place of its predecessor. Under the former…

Wildcard Weekend: Predictions

By James Saffo NFL Teams are set to do battle on Wildcard Weekend.     No. 5 Arizona Cardinals at No. 4 Carolina Panthers 4:25 PM ET ESPN This game is proof that so much can change in a month in the NFL, because this matchup wouldn’t have been a possibility four weeks ago, when…

Cole World?

By Maceo Maddox 2014 Forest Hills Drive Album Review J. Cole, the first artist signed to Roc Nation, has had a career met with a wide range of critical reception from journalists, casual listeners, and hardcore fans alike. His first three projects, all mixtapes, were generally well-received, showcasing his hunger, diverse flows, well-crafted stories, and…

Oh, to be Young, Gifted, and Black: BUGA Under the Lens

By Jamari Jordan When I started planning for this documentary this summer, my goal was simply to impact the black community here at the University of Georgia. I looked at this film to be a call-to-action for my African American peers and myself. I wanted to stop the pettiness, the hearsay, and the lack of support we…

Life without Todd Gurley for Georgia

By Zack Sims After the suspension of Todd Gurley last week, many fans were concerned the Bulldogs would stumble on the road against a ranked Missouri team. However, this suspension seemed to give Georgia life as they won 34-0, shutting out a ranked opponent on the road for the first time in school history. The…

A Change is Going to Come?

Coaching Inequality : A Look into the Disparity Surrounding Black Coaches in CFB By Jaylon Thompson On December 14, 2013, a large winter storm terrorized most of the country.  However, in the South temperatures were mildly cool deep in the crevasses of the United States.  Accompanying these temperatures was an aura of anticipation that hung…