Op-Ed: Denying Education

  Opinion piece by Edna Trujillo Children usually do what parents ask of them, especially small children. When parents say they are moving to another country, the child has to go. This is what has happened to many students in the United States. This is not a path they have chosen; it is something that… Continue Reading →

Hoverboards too lit for Armstrong

Rolando Zenteno, Staff Writer Hoverboards are going back to the future, at least for now. On Jan. 8, citing safety concerns from the U.S. Consumer Product Safety Commission, Armstrong emailed students and staff, temporarily banning the use, possession or storage of this year’s coveted item. Armstrong is not alone. The University of North Georgia, Georgia… Continue Reading →

Lambda prepares for first Latino Graduation

by Emily Smith,  Editor in Chief Like other Latino students in the country, Rolando Zenteno’s journey toward graduation has not been smooth sailing. Undocumented students like him pay out of state tuition and are not allowed to attend the top five universities in Georgia. In most schools, it is common for the Latino population to… Continue Reading →

Undocumented Students Tell Their Story

By Emily Smith, Arts and Entertainment Editor Lambda Theta Phi Latin Fraternity and Armstrong’s Amnesty International hosted “Coming Out of the Shadows: Undocumented and Unafraid” on March 9. The event featured a documentary as well as a discussion panel of undocumented Armstrong students to educate the student body on current pressing issues that affect their… Continue Reading →

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