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Antisemitism remains prevalent in Atlanta

Antisemitism remains prevalent in Atlanta

December 10, 2018

Robert Bowers, a 46-year-old man, walked into the Tree of Life synagogue in Pittsburgh, PA, and opened fire into the weekly service. By the time Bowers was...

Georgia Governor’s race undecided as Democrats gain in the U.S. House

November 6, 2018

                    The Nation Follow the Southerner's election coverage ...

Medical innovators ease life for patients with disabilities

October 20, 2018

NEW YORK Medical innovators presented their work on technological advances for people with physical disabilities at the No Barriers Summit in New Y...

FDA demands corporate crackdown on teen Juuling

September 30, 2018

The Food and Drug Administration last month issued an ultimatum for five major e-cigarette companies mandating they come up with a solution to rampa...

Grady weighs in on who has the right to know

Grady weighs in on who has the right to know

September 26, 2018

The New York Times published a controversial and anonymous op-ed on Sept. 5. Mixed reactions surfaced after hearing it was written by a senior officia...

Juul: the new generation of nicotine addicts

Juul: the new generation of nicotine addicts

September 6, 2018

In student-designated bathroom stalls, in the hallways, at lunch, on desks and in teenage hands, students are inhaling carcinogenic, or cancer-causing che...

America strives for reform after Parkland shooting

America strives for reform after Parkland shooting

April 2, 2018

  The school shooting in Parkland, Fla. on Feb. 14 that left 17 students and school staff dead has sparked demands for change in gun laws by compa...

March for Our Lives

March for Our Lives

Kiki Soto

April 1, 2018

Filed under National News

“Columbine was 19 years ago, 15 dead, 21 wounded, and many more left traumatized. And here issues the accelerating trend of school shootings.” Col...

Students march for their lives amid gun control debate

March 24, 2018

Filed under National News, Uncategorized

It started out like a typical morning — clear blue skies and a light breeze. But for students across the U.S., Mar. 24 was monumental.  Record breaking crowds, the largest single day protest in D.C’s history, assembled in the nation’s capital to show support for victims of gun violence and to demand change. With a gathering 800,000 strong, getting the public’s attentio...

Nationwide Walkout: An Interview with Cali Chalfant

Nationwide Walkout: An Interview with Cali Chalfant

March 12, 2018

  One month after the shooting at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School, students all over the nation plan to stage a walkout at their schools to...

Dangerous words: the First Amendment in the new age of protests

Dangerous words: the First Amendment in the new age of protests

September 11, 2017

By Chandler Morris On Aug. 11 and Aug. 12, hundreds of self-declared Neo-Nazis, white supremacists, members of the Ku Klux Klan and other hate groups...

Local Boy Scouts attend Trump’s Speech at National Jamboree, leave with questions

Local Boy Scouts attend Trump’s Speech at National Jamboree, leave with questions

August 22, 2017

Whistles, shouts and applause resounded from men and boys donning tan shirts with colorful patches and cargo pants. Excitement and anticipation filled the cro...

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