How viable is Trump’s executive order targeting social media?

President Donald Trump makes an executive order based on having two tweets labeled by Twitter. (illustration by Emily Garcia)

Emily Garcia  |
Staff writer

Although dressed in legal jargon and political atmospherics, media law scholars agree that President Trump’s executive order announced on May 28 is already dead on arrival. Continue reading “How viable is Trump’s executive order targeting social media?”

Old never looked this young: AU’s senior citizens here to stay

Left to right: Lorinda Colbert, Barb Card, Sheldonia Bessent and Lewis Smith stand at the AU Bell in front of Allgood Hall on the Summerville campus. (photo by Ansley Simmons)

By Ansley Simmons |
Contributor

As a young, dark-skinned teenager in New York, Theodosia Williams had to quit high school. She knows what it’s like to be spit on. She knows how it feels to be broken down by rude little boys. Unfortunately, the sexual harassment was ignored by faculty, so she couldn’t fight back. Continue reading “Old never looked this young: AU’s senior citizens here to stay”