With local and national parades and celebrations cancleled, many organizations are getting creative fr this year’s Veteran’s day. Here are some links to virtual events found online. The Oracke would […]
by: Courtney Suber America is witnessing its latest election, and as of now, it’s not complete. 160 million people set out to vote, with 538 electoral votes up for grabs. […]
By: Courtney Suber The first day that I can remember COVID-19 having a significant impact on my life was March 13th, 2020. This Friday was the day Fulton County students […]
By: Will Hopkins Normally sports serve as a distraction from the outside world for its many fans and viewers, but when the athletes want these same fans to be anything […]
By: Courtney Suber It was said by many that 2020 would be the year for change, self-growth, and overall societal progression. This notion however was directly stumped by SARS-CoV-2 otherwise […]
by Senam Quartey The return of sports is imminent. Yes, your favorite leagues are hopeful to make comebacks. The NFL draft taking place virtually was a sign of hope that […]
“Happy Cinco de Mayo, NOT Mexico’s Independence Day!