Abigail Biles Staff Writer If your Timehop app is anything like mine, it was recently covered in the blubbering of a reunion, the cursing of cannibals and the pride of a prison break. This time last year, our gang of anti-hero survivors was literally blowing the roof off Terminus and reuniting from half a season’s […]
This year’s Black Cat, held the week of Sept. 28, introduced the Green Class of 2019 and its mascot, the Sprites. Photos include the aftermath of Rush the Quad, festivities at Bonfire and finally the Black Cat Formal Dance. This year also marked the 100th Black Cat at Agnes Scott College. Photos by Jenny Bates ’19, […]
Alexis Henry Staff Writer The Profile’s writing process incorporates Agnes Scott College’s mission statement, which encourages honorable, investigative thinking and living. However, the experience that staff writers are having when seeking information contradicts this. We are met with resistance when doing investigative writing about the Agnes Scott College community. When The Profile reaches out to […]
Anna Carnes Staff Writer Brittney “Bree” Newsome, filmmaker and civil rights activist, spoke in Gaines Auditorium on Friday, Sep. 25 for the launch of SUMMIT’s LeaderStory series. President Kiss hosted the dialogue in which Newsome discussed present-day activism and leadership. In light of the recent Charleston, S.C. church shooting in June, Newsome ascended the flagpole […]
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Sierra Williams Staff Writer Banning a nationally legal substance is difficult to enforce, and yet, on January 1, 2015, Agnes Scott College officially enacted its campus-wide tobacco ban. Despite good intentions, the reality of the no-tobacco policy has not all been positive. Several weeks ago, I wrote an article about the policy’s enactment and components. Now […]