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The new Murphy Crossing MARTA Station located in southwest Atlanta will be developed jointly by real estate development company Culdesac, Inc. in partnership with Urban Oasis Development.
New MARTA Stations announced, establish rail and BeltLine connection
Shalin BhatiaMay 27, 2024

In his State of the City address, Atlanta Mayor Andre Dickens announced a new MARTA rail station in southwest Atlanta adjacent to the Atlanta...

Hadya Khpulwak, Sophomore

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Mariam Darb
Khpulwak smiles in her Fashion II class

Sophomore Hadya Khpulwak enjoys painting Arabic calligraphy, a type of art that dates back thousands of years.

“I enjoy painting Arabic calligraphy and learning new languages, cultures and cuisines,” Khpulwak said. “Painting Arabic calligraphy helps me relax and express myself through something I enjoy doing. As someone from a diverse background, I enjoy learning new cultures, languages and cousins because it helps me become open minded and allows me to see things from a broader perspective, plus I get to try delicious food!”

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Mariam Darb
Mariam Darb, News Section Editor
Mariam Darb is a sophomore and this is her first year on The Southerner. Outside of school, she is involved in Fashion Club and MSA. She is excited to be on staff and start writing.

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