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Op-Ed: Denying Education

Op-Ed: Denying Education

March 3, 2016

  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...

Polls: Sanders ‘political revolution’ to douse off in Ga.

Polls: Sanders ‘political revolution’ to douse off in Ga.

February 28, 2016

Rolando Zenteno, Staff Writer Young voters feeling ‘the bern’ in the Peach State might see their impact freeze come Super Tuesday. Sanders, bolstered by young, independent and liberal voters, shook...

Hoverboards too lit for Armstrong

Hoverboards too lit for Armstrong

January 21, 2016

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...

Lambda prepares for first Latino Graduation

Lambda prepares for first Latino Graduation

December 7, 2015

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...

Undocumented Students Tell Their Story

March 12, 2015

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...

Yair Munoz: From Jail to Costa Rica

February 26, 2015

By Rolando Zenteno, Staff Writer In the span of a year and a half, Yair went from being arrested by Armstrong police to studying abroad in Costa Rica. In 2013, he was in a jail cell for about eight hours....

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SUYA: Liberty and Justice for All

February 15, 2015

By Ruby Rizvi, News Editor The Port City Cultural Alliance is a network of people in and around Savannah that strive to bring the community together and promote creativity and communication. The Alliance...

'Je suis Charlie': The world debates free speech and satire

‘Je suis Charlie’: The world debates free speech and satire

January 22, 2015

By Rolando Zenteno, Staff Writer The world is at march after 12 people were killed in an attack at Charlie Hebdo, a French satirical magazine. The publication printed caricatures of the prophet Muhammad,...

Candlelight vigil honors 43 missing students in Mexico

December 4, 2014

By Emily Smith, Arts and Entertainment Editor Several student organizations hosted a candlelight vigil in honor of the 43 missing students in Mexico on Dec. 3 in front of the Student Union Building...

Mending the Line: Documentary follows WWII veteran

November 13, 2014

By Rolando Zenteno, Staff Writer Mending the Line, a biopic documentary on the life of WWII veteran Frank Moore, was featured in the Ogeechee Theater Nov. 10 nearly 70 years after Moore last visited Savannah...

Local Talent: Gabriel Amadi-Emina

October 30, 2014

By Rolando Zenteno, Staff Writer Gabriel Amadi-Emina has a dreamcatcher hanging above his bed. The words que sera sera pop out from its center and add to the wall’s oneiric and decorative feel. He...

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