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French election to decide fate of the EU

French election to decide fate of the EU

March 29, 2017

It is not an exaggeration to say that France’s upcoming presidential election will decide the fate of the European Union, and seriously impact European history.

Why I thought I would never be a debutante

Why I thought I would never be a debutante

March 29, 2017

As a toddler, I loved to walk around my house in dress up high-heels, sunglasses and a pink boa. Feminine and fabulous.

A whirlwind romance I’m proud to call my own

A whirlwind romance I’m proud to call my own

March 22, 2017

Ever since I was younger, I knew I was a little different. Something about me just always stuck out and I never seemed able to stuff it back down.

Nation of immigrants turns its back on immigrants

Nation of immigrants turns its back on immigrants

March 1, 2017

What many people fail to realize is that America is nation of immigrants. All of whom who have traveled from all parts of the world with hopes of gaining sanctuary, justice, stability, and freedom etc. Since the inauguration of the 45th president of The United States , America has been turning its back on both immigrants and refugees alike.

Should College Athletes be paid?

Should College Athletes be paid?

February 27, 2017

College athletes have been playing sports for universities for over 150 years. Here's the crew's take on whether or not college athletes should be paid.

Creating change

Creating change

February 23, 2017

As someone who is under 18, it can sometimes feel like I don't have much power to support my political views. Recently I have realized that just because I can't vote doesn't mean I can't be a force for good in the world, even politically.

Atlanta needs Super Bowl win

Atlanta needs Super Bowl win

February 2, 2017

Atlanta sports teams kinda suck. Not counting the Atlanta Chiefs’ North American Soccer League championship in 1968, the ‘95 Braves are the only major Atlanta professional sports team to win a championship.

Why my grandmother’s hospital bed kept me from smoking

Why my grandmother’s hospital bed kept me from smoking

January 27, 2017

I don’t know who set up the hospital bed in her living room, but it cradled my grandmother surprisingly well. I had been calling her “Baba” for as long as I could remember, and that name echoed around her empty apartment that afternoon in rhythm with her heart monitor.

Trump to limit environmentalism

Trump to limit environmentalism

January 27, 2017

It’s enormously difficult to disregard the mountains of evidence that point to man-made climate change. Of course the most vehement opposer of non-natural climate change will argue that it’s just a theory.

A year’s stories in retrospect

A year’s stories in retrospect

January 24, 2017

Take a look back at the 3ten editor's picks from last year.

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