All posts by "Lisa Zhuang"

Decatur Market, which opened in mid-February in its namesake city, is now fully established in both produce and decor. The market oozes an earthy and Parisian vibe, as sprigs of ...

Saturday’s TEDx event stayed true to everything for which TEDx stands — to spread and share ideas with communities in a diverse range of disciplines — succeeding even in the current ...

As Feb. 16 approaches, some people set out red lanterns and paste paper cuttings on their windows in preparation of the Chinese New Year. The year of the dog, 2018 ...

Spring semester began with an unexpected cold this year, declaring its arrival with two consecutive snow days. Though The Weather Channel predicts temperatures in Atlanta will rise throughout the week, ...

For Dongwoo Kim (21C), life is literally full of magic. A magician, he sees magic as many things: a method of storytelling, a way to overcome his shyness, the hook ...

Breakfast begins with a quiet click as Chef Liu’s neon open sign fizzes to life above the restaurant’s glass door. While it seems to be another international restaurant lost within ...

With 138 carefully selected words, Lucy Wainger (20C) found herself an author in “Poetry Magazine.” Soon after, “Best American Poetry” accepted her submission for its 2017 edition. Despite being selected ...