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Darlene Conteh Staff Writer For the first time Agnes Scott College will be offering a major and minor in business management during the fall of 2014. Over the years, there has been an increase in demand from students for a business management program at Agnes Scott due to the increase of demand for business administration […]
Varsha Thebo Guest Writer “There is a black hole in the universe that gulps everything down,” said Sir Sajid in our Physics class. Where the entire class goggled dumb-founded at him, I narrowed my eyes. I could never bring myself to believe in the existence of such a thing until I found out how closely I was […]
Kelsey Gay Editor-in-Chief New Jersey native and former Newark Mayor Cory Booker was sworn into the Senate Office today by Vice President Biden. Sen. Booker is the first African-American Senator to be sworn in since the election of Barack Obama. Known recently for his Twitter popularity and commitment to his citizens’ individual needs, Booker’s presence […]
Sorena Lo Staff Writer Tenzin Yangchen in Tibetan style dress made by her father My friends and I had last get together this past summer before we all departed across the United States to start a new chapter of our lives at college. While reminiscing the times we made stupid decisions in high […]
Sydney Love Staff Writer Karen Gentry is a new Creative Writing professor at Agnes Scott College. She is currently teaching Intro to Fiction Writing and Intro to Creative writing. Gentry said, “I’m teaching only at Agnes Scott this semester and I am enjoying it immensely.” Gentry earned a Bachelor of Arts in Language and Literature […]
Kelsey Gay Co-Editor-In-Chief There has been a slew of incidents the past pre-Halloween weekend of several white or non-black youngsters dressing in blackface as their Halloween costumes. It has caused controversy in ethnic communities who are exhausted by the blackface trend being repeated every year despite the public shaming that follow the controversial and often […]