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Scotties Supporting Stacey

photos by Joann Lee ’19 and Eve Barrett ’20.  A group of Agnes Scott students took to the streets knocking on doors in support of Stacey Abrams on Saturday, October 6th after a briefing in Lower Evans by  campaign volunteers [...]

October 26, 2018 Atlanta, Beyond Agnes News

Pictures of Jeni’s Grand Opening in Decatur Square

Photographs taken by Magdalena Madrzyk ’18  Last night was the opening party of Jeni’s Splendid Ice Creams in Decatur Square. A VIP party was held for nearby businesses from 4pm to 6pm, following with free ice cream to the public [...]

November 7, 2014 Atlanta

Ben Taylor Pops By Eddie’s Attic

Jessica Mejia Co-Editor-in-Chief Last Tuesday, at Eddie’s Attic in Decatur, the thirty-seven year-old singer-songwriter Ben Taylor, son of legendary musicians James Taylor and Carly Simon, gave an intimate performance of songs from his folk-rock album “Listening” with up-and-coming London-based singer [...]

April 14, 2014 Atlanta

Fall Beers

by Dina Alvarado Staff Writer  Fall is my favorite season for many reasons. For me, Fall means awesome sweaters, cold weather that’s not too cold, Halloween, and of course, great seasonal beers. The two beer styles that immediately come to [...]

November 9, 2012 Atlanta

Emory shuts down department programs

by Kelsey Gay Managing Editor, Content  Emory College has announced plans to shut down or suspend various academic departments and programs. In an e-mail sent to students, College Dean Robin Forman announced plans to “phase out” certain academic departments and re-allocate [...]

October 31, 2012 Atlanta

T-SPLOST rejected: Metro Atlanta’s traffic woes see no end in sight

by Teresa Chiofalo  Staff Writer  Atlanta’s transportation tax, better known as T-SPLOST, was rejected by voters in early August of this year.  On July 31, Metro Atlanta voters rejected a $7.2 billion transportation plan directed at alleviating Atlanta’s traffic congestion. [...]

October 24, 2012 Atlanta

Dekalb county has school, hunger issues

In a two day span from April 27 to April 28, 11Alive featured two stories centering on Dekalb County, and the news wasn't good. According to the one of the two articles, Dekalb County is among the hungriest in Atlanta. [...]

May 1, 2012 Atlanta

Atlanta News Rundown

This quick news updates includes police handcuffing an elementary school student, a step forward in LGBTQIQ rights, a fire bomb and two court cases. [...]

April 17, 2012 Atlanta

W. Trinity in Decatur closed until Friday

The westbound right lane on Trinity Pl. between N. McDonough St. and Commerce Dr. is closed overnight, 7 p.m.-7 a.m., until Friday morning (3/30) for investigation and repair of a sink hole. The road will be reopened at 7 a.m. [...]

March 29, 2012 Atlanta

UPDATED: Breaking news: Police officer shot in Little Five Points

On the evening of March 22, an officer was reportedly shot in Little Five Points in Atlanta, GA. Latest reports stated that the Atlanta Police Department was on the street with machine guns. Pedestrian and automobile traffic have reportedly been [...]

March 22, 2012 Atlanta