Fashion and Technology Unite to Empower Women

The “Unleash your Creativity Through Technology” Tour brought a multitude of women from diverse fields of study to discuss their issues with current gender inequity and how to progress towards higher education for women. On Tuesday evening, stiletto-clad women of Atlanta gathered at the Historic Academy of Medicine at the Georgia Institute of Technology for [...]

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‘Loving’ Revives Social Issues from the Past

In 1960, there were fewer than than 150,000 interracial couples in the United States. Today, there are approximately 5.4 million. America is becoming more diverse, with over 9 million people identifying as multiracial. Though largely unknown, the Loving family’s impact on American history affects many nationwide, and this movie based on their struggle provides dialogue [...]

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Distefano Delivers Racy Performance in Harland

The moment I opened the doors to Harland Cinema, it became clear that people weren’t bursting with excitement about this year’s Homecoming comedy show. The theater hummed softly on Wednesday evening, barely full as attendees awaited comedian Chris Distefano. The star of MTV’s Guy Code, a show geared around celebrities discussing the special code that [...]

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New York Fashion Week Confronts Politics

Every September, New York City’s streets are mobbed with fashionistas donning the latest trends, reporters from every major fashion magazine and the masses trying to get a glimpse of it all. From the faint-inducing Yeezy show to Marc Jacobs’ social media contention, this year’s New York Fashion Week (NYFW) has been unlike any other. Sure, [...]

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