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Local black-owned businesses adjust to pandemic

Ellie Winer | September 30, 2020

The COVID-19 pandemic has taken a toll on small businesses across the world. Paired with the Black Lives Matter movement, there is a renewed emphasis on supporting small black-owned businesses. Just Add…

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Sophomore starts Christian clothing line inspired by racial inequality

Na'kayla Middlebrooks | September 29, 2020

Sophomore Kennedy Swint launched her clothing line God Made Me in an effort to raise awareness for police brutality and racial inequality. Though Swift is juggling school and running a business, she is…

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Mental health influenced more than ever by social media

Audrianna Kisley | September 25, 2020

With the Coronavirus pandemic keeping everyone inside their homes, social media usage has continued to escalate at a steady rate, for both personal and professional usage. The statistical impact is clear,…

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Dance proves to be both art and sport

Katie Dwyer | March 26, 2020

When junior Zoey Phillips takes the stage, her hours of hard work, training and rehearsal are shown in her performance. Everything about her performance is perfect, from her movements to how her fingers…

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‘Queen & Slim’ artfully tells inspirational, raw story highlighting police brutality and a biased justice system
Arts & Entertainment

Avery Allen | January 15, 2020

“Queen & Slim” is an artful and enticing story adapted from the real-life threats faced by African-Americans posed by the American justice system, particularly violent confrontations with police…

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High museum exhibit features multicultural, Atlanta-based artists

Callan Cucchi | September 27, 2019

“Of Origins and Belongings, Drawn from Atlanta” is an art exhibit at the High Museum that features Atlanta-based artists and examines the importance of place, belonging and heritage. Its creation was…

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Students take action to learn about gun violence

Samantha Huray | September 17, 2019

Fear. Confusion. Anger. Sadness. These are all emotions that students across the United States have felt over the past couple of years. In 2018, there were 24 school shootings with injuries or deaths….

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