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Many social media influencers have broken COVID-19 guidelines by traveling unsafely or hosting parties and crowded gatherings.

A&E: Celebrities’ and influencers’ hypocrisy with COVID-19 regulations upsets many students

Sarah Olson February 19, 2021

Some celebrities evidently do not have qualms about breaking coronavirus regulations. As part of the effort to slow the spread of the coronavirus, many students have been social distancing for the last...

OPINION: The problem with blind political affiliation

Soo Jin Spencer February 19, 2021

Just two months into the new year, 2021 is already politically distinguished and arguably historic. Following Joe Biden’s inauguration and the recent Capitol Hill riots, many have turned to social...

Students notice the screen time for Black human characters is disproportionate compared to white human characters.

A&E: Students recognize dehumanization of Black characters in Disney animated movies

Emily Harvie February 19, 2021

Beginning with the release of Disney’s “The Princess and the Frog” in 2009 and the 2020 film release of “Soul,” some have noticed a pattern of dehumanizing Black characters in animated films....

OPINION EDITORIAL: Microaggressions toward women are harmful for everyone

Zianna Razon February 19, 2021

Death by a thousand papercuts. The extensive variety of sexist microaggressions women experience throughout their lives accumulate into a deeply ingrained mindset that can chip away at their sense...

Georgia has been a red state since 1992, but its recent blue victory shows it was probably due to disproportionate voter suppression.

OPINION: Southern states are not always true red states, but instead have spent years suppressing blue votes

Khadeejah Khan January 14, 2021

Georgia made history on Wednesday, Jan. 6, 2021, in its runoff elections after electing Raphael Warnock and Jon Ossoff for U.S. Senate, giving Democrats control over the Senate. Georgia has been a red...

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