Tips for students to stay in control of their college life

By: Sergio Salgado WALESKA, Ga. — With the fifth week of classes coming to an end, most students are struggling to stay on top of the workload. Seems like a

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Congress to campus

By: Paolino De Francesco WALESKA, Ga. — The United States of America is the land of opportunity.  It has built a legacy of honor, dignity, trust, allegiance and freedom. When we

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Assassin’s Creed Odyssey: a review

By: Sierra Ruetten Assassin’s Creed video games have been along for many years and are loved by millions of gamers around the world. The video games revolve around two groups;

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Jay-Z’s deal with the NFL puts Kaepernick situation back into the limelight

By: Lorenzo Robinson On August 14, 2019, the NFL announced a partnership with one of their staunchest critics in recent memory, rapper and businessman Shawn “Jay-Z” Carter. Carter, who refused

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Analyzing and Reviewing Songs on the Billboard Top 100 Chart – Week of March 23rd 2019

By Kimberlee Smith WALESKA, Ga. — Recently songs on the Billboard Top 100 Chart have been stagnant, with “7 rings” by Ariana Grande, whom we analyzed in a previous article, is

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Fyre Festival Documentary Summary and Review

By Kimberlee Smith The Netflix documentary, “Fyre: The Greatest Party That Never Happened,” investigates the infamous Fyre Festival and its co-founders Billy McFarland and 90s rapper Ja Rule. The pair started

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Book Review: An Atlas of Tolkien

By: Mason Johnson Middle Earth is one of the most detailed fictional universes in all of the literature, and many accompanying resource materials exist to explain these complexities to readers.

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Last Stretch Before Spring Break

By: Amanda Betlere: Waleska, Ga- This is the last week before Reinhardt University students and faculty members go for their well-deserved rest. Spring break usually is the time that college

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What Goes On In a Professor’s Mind

By: Megan Robinson Waleska, Ga. – In this video, I interview Professor James Butler, who is new to Reinhardt, about his opinions on some certain student quirks. For more news

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Suicide “gags” In Children Shows

By: Sara Humphries The human brain isn’t fully developed until the age of 25, they learn right from wrong and the norms of society from everything around them, especially from TV

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