The winners of the Agnes Scott Writers' Festival competition were announced March 30 at 8 p.m. before Joy Harjo's reading. The results are as follows:
Fiction: “That Sounds Like a Great Band Name" by Robert Mynatt (Oglethorpe)
Poetry: “Learning to Pray in [...]
March 29, President Kiss sent an email to the senior class announcing that the 2012 Commencement speaker will be Kay Krill ’77, CEO of ANN INC., the parent company of Ann Taylor. Krill is one of only 35 female CEOs [...]
How would you sum up your style?
I would say my style is a mixture of several things: Bohemian, comfort, masculinity, effeminacy. I associate with the term Bohemian because it implies something unconventional. Comfort is of great importance to me and, [...]
The westbound right lane on Trinity Pl. between N. McDonough St. and Commerce Dr. is closed overnight, 7 p.m.-7 a.m., until Friday morning (3/30) for investigation and repair of a sink hole. The road will be reopened at 7 a.m. [...]
"You always want more and then they cut you off. It's great." quipped drummer Tim Arnold's blood uncle. Upon arriving at the Vinyl I found myself standing next to Tim's parents, John and Betty, and a jolly green giant who [...]
March 27, 2012
A wistful look to Spring 2012 Pestle Board Capping week.
by Anna Cabe Online Content Editor Only connect. — E. M. Forster I haven’t posted in a while because I’ve spent the last two weekends in Belfast with friends and London with family, soaking up the differences (and similarities) in [...]
by Katie Rose Criscuolo Online Content Editor According to an article by The New York Times, the number of food and beverage companies who pay for the recycling costs of their products is rising in the US. This [...]
On the evening of March 22, an officer was reportedly shot in Little Five Points in Atlanta, GA. Latest reports stated that the Atlanta Police Department was on the street with machine guns. Pedestrian and automobile traffic have reportedly been [...]
by Katie Rose Criscuolo Online Content Editor ‘The Sleeping Disease’ Human African Trypanosomiasis (HAT) is a parasitic disease of both animals and humans, transmitted by the tsetse fly, which will eventually cause a breakdown of the central nervous [...]