By: Greyson Clark Parts of the student body at UGA would be surprised to hear that SGA elections culminate this week. Some among us were not reached by Twitterstorms; many do not come close to walking near any campaign turf. Somewhat fittingly, given the student body’s seeming lack of interest in the coming election, most debate and conversation about SGA [...]
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By: Alex Sileo One of the most talked about social groups this past election cycle was the LGBT demographic. Marriage equality is finally polling around fifty percent nationally and four ballot issues on marriage equality were won in Maine, Maryland, Washington, and Minnesota. Three of these states legalized gay marriage while one ballot initiative stopped the state legislators from adding a [...]
By: Ryan Prior and Khalil Farah “You cannot become thorough Americans,” Theodore Roosevelt wrote, “if you think of yourselves in groups.” He, like most historians, subscribed to the influential view that American greatness derived from our unique ability to blend widely varying cultures into a coherent whole. This brilliant fusion of desires, talents, and perspectives forged what the French historian [...]
By: Robert Lee (As originally posted at Frum Forum, and part of a Symposium exploring the question “Is College Still Worth It?” Once, a great professor of mine, said, “College has nothing to do with what you learn here. You’ll forget most of it before you graduate anyways. You’re here to be inculcated with the norms and expectations of a professional lifestyle.” If [...]