The Editorial Board

Amid Abrams’ devastating loss, fight for a purple Georgia

(Hayley Powers/Contributing Illustrator) Stacey Abrams conceded to Gov. Brian Kemp on Nov. 8, after losing the election by 7.7% of the vote. Her loss on Election Day threatens the rights of Georgian marginalized communities, who lost a chance at a governor who would protect their rights. Kemp will now serve a second-term as Georgia’s governor, [...]

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Warnock and Walker enter a runoff, but don’t lose hope

(Hayley Powers/Contributing Illustrator) Georgia’s senatorial election was one of the most hotly contested races in the midterms this year. Incumbent Sen. Raphael Warnock (D-Ga.) and Republican candidate Herschel Walker boasted one of the most expensive races in history, with both candidates spending more than $241 million combined on the campaigns.  Despite the quarter billion dollar [...]

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Affirmative action isn’t the issue; it’s the model minority myth

(Pixabay/MarkThomas) Michael Wang, a Chinese-American lawyer, has become the face of a movement centered around Asian Americans against Harvard University (Ma.), after being rejected from the notorious Ivy League institution himself. A recent graduate of law school, he states to have been inspired by his own college application process to fight what he deems racism [...]

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Warnock, Nguyen deserve your vote in this year’s election

(Pixabay/mohamed_hassan) As midterm elections arrive, both voting rights and abortion should be at the forefront of Georgian minds. Since 2020, repeated attacks on voting rights and the legitimacy of voting has eroded the foundation of our democracy. After the Supreme Court’s spring decision to overturn Roe v. Wade and delegate reproductive healthcare decisions to the [...]

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