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Georgians divided on controversial social issues

by Kelsey Gay Managing Editor, Content  “God is great, pot is good,” said waitress Danielle Fischer when asked about her views on marijuana. Fischer, a 19-year-old Independent from Philadelphia, said she supported Gary Johnson in the 2012 presidential race, in favor of his drug policy reform. When asked about the recent legalization of marijuana, Fischer […]

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W. Trinity in Decatur closed until Friday

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.

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A Decatur dynasty: Leon’s Full Service and the Brick Store Pub

Take a stroll in downtown Decatur and you will have no shortage of options for food. Whether you want a burrito, a sushi roll or a stiff drink, there is something that will get you a fix. But not all of them have an intrinsic tie to the land beneath them, in more ways than one.

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Your Dekalb Farmers Market Fosters Global Connectivity

he search is over, the best food in Atlanta has been found. The freshest most diverse array of colorful produce, pasteries like you would find in pâtisseries in France, and a buffet-style assortment of dishes from around the world that are available by the pound for lunch or dinner can all be found at Your Dekalb Farmers Market. Not only is this low-priced, high quality market 5 minutes from the main loop at Agnes Scott College, but it is one of the largest employers of local refugees in the city. YDFM’s commitment to supporting the large refugee community in Decatur, GA is what sets this foodie-paradise apart from the rest.

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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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Hidden in plain view: a review of the Corner Pub

by Stacey-Ann Love Staff Writer The music is loud, and walking through the front door is a little scary for an introvert, but The Corner Pub is crucially laid back. It’s got an old school, rustic vibe with its varnished wrap around bar. Once your eyes and ears adjust to all the audible and visual […]

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