According to a recent article by the NY Times, National guidelines are stating that annual gynecologist visits as well as breast cancer screening is unnecessary. While I for one don’t look forward to my annual pap smear, this new school of thought doesn’t sit well with some. What do you think?
On Tuesday, Feb. 27, the Georgia General Assembly unanimously passed a bill titled “HB 766; Archives and History, Division of; law regarding Foundation of American Law and Government displays; revise provisions,” a bill which, among other things, would legalize the hanging of the Christian Ten Commandments in government buildings.
by Teresa Chiofalo Staff Writer The bill, HB 954, is sponsored by Doug McKillip, a Republican from Athens, Ga. and is intended to ban abortions after 20 weeks. The bill is based on the theory that a fetus can experience pain after 20 weeks of gestation. “Those nerve endings involved in pain transmission are seen […]
Artist, mother, student, friend and grandmother, Belinda Kennon Hart ’13 can now add grant winner to her list of accomplishments.
On Feb. 2, Hart received a phone call from Juli Jordan, the director of the Orange Beach Arts Guild in Gulf Shores, Al., telling her that she was the winner of The Hangout Public Art Competition.
The Hangout, in association with the Coastal Arts Center, sponsored the competition for visual arts students throughout the Southeast, encouraging the innovative use of materials and concept. The winning submittal would be awarded a $3000 stipend.
In our new series, Ms. Ryan continues to keep us updated on her post-Scott life, and the opportunities that have arisen for her. To see her first installment, click here. by Meghan Ryan Contributing Writer Alright, so you must think I’ve either been doing absolutely nothing with my time, or I’m too busy to […]