An Age Old Tale of Censorship Rachel Hammond, Staff Writer The Statesboro campus recently had an incident involving the burning of a book by Jennine Capó Crucet. The book, “Make Your Home Among Strangers,” follows a Latina who gets into an ivy-league school, and tells of her struggles in a mainly white society. The controversy... Continue Reading →
Here's the quotes we've collected over the past few weeks from students with their thoughts on the Statesboro campus book burning incident. When people act harshly like that, I just don’t think they’re acting as they should. They’re just being too rash about it and not looking at it from another person’s perspective; they’re only... Continue Reading →
Javanna Rogers, Staff Writer Global warming has once again become one of the most talked about issues around the world recently when teenager Greta Thunberg’s speech at the U.N. Climate Action Summit on Sept. 23 went viral. Glaciers are melting, temperatures are rising and animals are losing their homes. According to National Geographic, “Climate change... Continue Reading →
Thuy-Linh Dang and Javanna Rogers, Staff Writers We asked students on their thoughts on climate change and what steps need to be taken to help the environment.