Andrea Walker writer
June 20, 2018 Opinion

Editor’s note–the following is an excerpt from a manuscript by Andrea Walker The day I knew I wanted to be a writer was also the day I went “missing” and my face almost ended up on a milk carton. I was nine years old and had finished reading an excerpt from Walden by Henry David… Read more »

Kevin Sprague
June 4, 2018 Opinion

Editor’s note–the following editorial is contributed by Kevin Sprague Where have all the gentlemen gone? I have pondered this question for a few months, since I read Peggy Noonan’s op-ed “America Needs More Gentlemen” in the Wall Street Journal. In the piece, Noonan laments how men in our society seemingly have “lost track” of what… Read more »

Japanese orphan #BringSydneyHome
April 22, 2018 Opinion

“How do you win against the State Department?” On March 29, 2018, Samantha and Alex Tutterrow left their home in Georgia to adopt their second baby girl from Japan. The Tutterrows had adopted a Japanese orphan, Annie, in 2016, and were on the way to adopt her sister. The Tutterrows started the adoption process in… Read more »

#UGAvsTenn
January 16, 2018 Opinion Sports

Winter 2018 is pretty much the worst for Georgia fans The Dawgs narrowly missed our first National Championship win in nearly 40 years. The Falcons lost in the playoffs relinquishing a shot at redemption in the Super Bowl. And because we’ve been so caught up in football (at the time of writing this piece), the… Read more »