‘You the Man’ sheds light on dating abuse topics

By Claire Golec, Staff Writer The Rape Crisis Center of Savannah reports that only 32 percent of college students report violence by a dating partner, and approximately 90 percent of the victims know their attacker. Dating abuse isn’t simply about your partner’s annoying habits; it’s the physical, sexual, emotional and/or verbal abuse. The reality is... Continue Reading →


By Dalton Johnson, Sports Editor Last year, in Kevin Ollie’s first year as the head coach of the University of Connecticut’s men’s basketball team, the Huskies had to watch others celebrate in March Madness. UConn was under a ban from postseason play due to academic issues of former players. One year later, Ollie and senior... Continue Reading →

Let’s keep it 100, people: An alternative to the great race debate

Opinion by Melissa Bates Melissa Bates is a junior double-majoring in political science and philosophy. A native of Portland, Ore., Melissa has been in Savannah for 13 years. If you didn’t catch it over the weekend, SNL had an epic skit that parodied the game show “Jeopardy” with a twist – “Black Jeopardy.” The host,... Continue Reading →

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