Raising their voices

March 31, 2017

In the wake of President Donald Trump’s first few months in office, established oldies and rising artists alike are using their music to comment on the political climate in America.

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.

City residents join thousands in Women’s March on Washington

February 6, 2017

On January 21, a number of members from Decatur travelled to Washington, D.C. to participate in the women's march.

Thirteen down, 1,449 to go

Thirteen down, 1,449 to go

February 3, 2017

After being in office for only a week and a half, the Trump administration has implemented several controversial executive orders, nominated a Supreme Court Justice, fired the acting Attorney General and, of course, tweeted. The last 11 days have been a blur of airport protests and radical change, leaving many Americans in a whirlwind of chaos and confusion.

Fort fights for foreign refuge

Fort fights for foreign refuge

February 2, 2017

“I don’t know about you, but we’re going to fight to make sure that Atlanta is a refuge from evil,” Fort said.

Illustration courtesy of John Ellis

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.

Seeing the Trump inauguration CloseUp

Seeing the Trump inauguration CloseUp

November 30, 2016

Fifty-five kids going to the Trump inauguration in January, what could go wrong? School CloseUp sponsor, Christopher Curtis sure isn't worried. It should be a safe, educating, fun week for the Decatur students.

Despite a clear amount of fan backlash for both characters, the riveting final episodes centered around the boisterous Donald J. Trump and calculating yet passionate Hillary Clinton.

Review: Presidential election makes for enthralling television

November 29, 2016

After over 18 months of campaigning, debating and name-calling, the 56th U.S. presidential election had its season finale last Tuesday. It has been a whirlwind of a season, with twists and turns aplenty along the way.

‘Love Trumps Hate’

November 15, 2016

On Wednesday, Nov. 11, results from the 2016 presidential race seeded anger in the hearts of some Americans.

Talking Points

Talking Points

October 18, 2016

For the first time in decades, major news outlets and polling centers are considering Georgia a swing state in...

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