Georgia may turn blue

Election results at 5:30 p.m. on Nov. 6, 2020. (image from the Associated Press)

By Haley Night |

According to the Associated Press, former Vice President Biden is leading with over 1,500 votes in Georgia, turning the primarily red state blue.

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Remembering Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg

Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg died Friday, September 18, 2020. (staff photo)

By Madeline Burgin | Staff writer

The Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg died Friday, September 18, 2020, leaving a legacy of fighting for equal rights behind.

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Senate candidate Warnock holds press conference


Rev. Raphael Warnock is a democratic candidate for Senate. (photo by Haley Knight)

By Madison Pierce |
Staff writer

U.S. Senate candidate Rev. Raphael Warnock held a press conference Sept. 15 with student media in which he spoke about social justice, climate change, voting rights and the critical issues facing students in Georgia.

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Noble Jones brings Southern cuisine to downtown Augusta

Noble Jones is one of Augusta’s newest local restaurant. (photo by Mike Buhrmeister)

By: Mike Buhrmeister | Staff writer

Noble Jones is one of Augusta’s newest local restaurants, having just celebrated its first year in business. It is located at 816 Cotton Rd. in downtown Augusta.

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Voter registration booths open on Summerville and Health Sciences

Patricia Jackson (left) and volunteer (right) tabling outside of Atrium Dining Hall on Health Sciences Campus. (photo by Jenna Ingalls)

By Jenna Ingalls |
Staff writer

To celebrate National Voter Registration Day, Roberto Aragon, the coordinator of student involvement, organized voter registration booths on the Summerville and Health Sciences campuses. 

“We have to make students know how important it is to be engaged, not just this year but every year,” said Dr. Patrice Jackson. 

At the booths, Georgia residents are able to register to vote and also get absentee ballots. If the student is not from Georgia, the volunteers at the booths have information on how to apply for absentee ballots.  

Students who register can grab a free t-shirt at the booth.  

“It’s our duty as citizens to vote,” said Dr. Jackson.  


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Loss from the Front Line

Yolanda Coar loses her fight with the coronavirus and leaves behind her husband and two sons. (staff photo)

By Sam Turner |
Staff writer

After Augusta University Health sprang into action to fight off the spreading illness covered in the news, the coronavirus struck the CSRA a little harder than expected with the loss of a well-known community member. 

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‘Where the Crawdads Sing,’ a mirror to the isolation blues

Delia Owens’ best-selling books takes a stab at loneliness. (photo by Jenna Ingalls)

By Jenna Ingalls |
Staff writer


I am a firm believer of reading the book before seeing the movie, so when heard that the beloved “Where the Crawdads Sing,” by Delia Owens was making its way to the big screen, I had to finally get my hands on a copy.  

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