Emilie Yardley-Hodges, sophomore creative writing and art history major, reads from a book of poetry to the Red Earth Reading attendees. She is also the fiction editor for the “Peacock’s Feet.” One evening early last week, dozens of students crowded into the tiny basement of Blackbird Coffee. They were there for the first Red Earth [...]
There is a sense of justice prevailing when a criminal gets punishment, whether it is punishment by death or punishment by time. Television shows like “Law & Order,” “CSI” and countless others exploit this quality by emotionally investing us in the plight of the fictional victims. Unfortunately, these shows rarely go into the behind-the-scenes aspects [...]
The word sustainable has been attached to many consumer goods to make them more marketable. In recent years, the hybrid car has reappeared, and the light bulb was redesigned to be more energy efficient. The phrase “going green” elicits a positive image of people (or corporations) managing their business yet still keeping the Earth a [...]
Georgia College is statistically a safe place. But statistics don’t necessarily lend comfort to crime victims, especially those who suffer bodily harm. According to GC’s Public Safety website, there were no reports of aggravated assault between 2008 to 2010. But fights are still a factor in the lives of not just college students, but everyone.
Greed can come in many forms. Whether it is wanting a new car that your roommate just bought or if it’s wishing you could have that new laptop everyone is raving about. However, some Georgia College students fall prey to thieves when greed crosses the line.
Latin jazz medleys liven up GC audiences