by Teresa Chiofalo Staff Writer The hours posted on the glass doors of Clayton County Animal Control (CCAC) said they were open, but the hand-written sign above it said the facility was closed. The reason was that it was “euth day” at CCAC. “Euth day,” which is euthanasia day, occurs on Tuesdays and Fridays […]
by Shanice A. Bennerson Staff Writer On Nov. 3, I volunteered with PAWS Atlanta at an event held in the neighboring Avondale Estates community along with roughly thirteen other Agnes Scott Students. PAWS Atlanta is a non-profit no-kill animal shelter based here in the metropolitan area. The PAWS in the Park event was an […]
The Three Musketeers, Luigi, fairies, a shark, and other characters come out to conga. Photos by Lydia Lingerfelt.
The Agnes Scott community waited with bated breath in the Hub for the 2012 presidential election results on Nov. 6. Photos by Amy Pipher and Lizzie Booher.
by Kelsey Gay, Managing Editor, Content “Where everything is Christian, nothing is Christian.” he says. A packed house of Emory’s theology students and affiliates crowded into Glenn Memorial Sanctuary on Tuesday, Oct. 23, in on North Decatur Road in Atlanta, to hear Shane Claiborne’s unique, Christian perspective surrounding the 2012 election, in an address entitled, “Jesus […]
by Anna Cabe Managing Editor, Online Agnes Scott College made The Princeton Review’s “Best Quality of Life” list this year. The Huffington Post released a slideshow with pictures of the top ten colleges, including Agnes Scott, which is ranked number 8 on the list. Check it out!