Archive | November, 2011

Street Beat: If you could be anyone at Agnes (faculty and staff), who would you be? Why?

by Tong Gao  Staff Writer  “I think I would be Dr. Jennifer Lund because she is energetic and helpful, especially for international student[s]. She helps our group and she really listens. She doesn’t play favorites, she just helps and follows everyone and she treats people equally,” said Chimi Dema’14. “I think I want to be […]

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OIE Travel Writing Contest: First Place!

The Office of International Education recently invited Agnes Scott students who have studied abroad to share their stories in a travel writing contest. Congratulations to Alyssa Stafford for submitting the first place winning essay about her study abroad experience in Poland! She will receive a gift certificate to Raging Burrito, who generously supported the contest. […]

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Brief: tension between Iran, Britain mounts

by Christen Thompson Managing Editor, Online Today, Iranian students in Tehran gathered at the British Embassy, tearing down the flag and chanting “death to England.” The New York Times says the crowd gathered in response to Western-imposed sanctions that were supposed to “punish” Iran for its suspicious nuclear development. Read more at The New York Times. 

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What are you doing this weekend?

Retail Therapy: one staff-writer looks at a new addition to Lenox Mall.  By Stacey-Ann Love Staff Writer On my last visit to Buckhead’s premiere shopping district I visited Lenox Square Mall and took the chance to visit the new Forever 21 store. It’s gargantuan, but so fantastic. Occupying over 27,000 square feet of retail space […]

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Hell in the halls- why it should be our choice to live on-campus

One student’s opinion on the living situations and regulations at ASC by Katie Rose Criscuolo Online Content Editor  While choosing to enroll in Agnes Scott two years ago, I knew that I was not in for the typical college experience. No Greek life, huge football games, or college town- instead, a small institution of women […]

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Home for the Holidays; replete with clichés

by Christen Thompson Managing Editor, Online Home for the holidays. The ever-present tome, that idea that we can, in fact, come home again. We leave for school, sent away to succeed where our parents failed, and of course to fail in news ways as well. And then we come home for winter break. We come […]

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