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Longing lovers loathe location, location, location

Longing lovers loathe location, location, location

Alaisha Key March 28, 2012

Summer is fast approaching, and that means one thing: summer break! There will finally be time to put down the books and catch up on some fun, sun and summer flings. For those of you that do happen to...

Charities seek assistance as holidays approach

Alaisha Key November 16, 2011

Thanksgiving is right around the corner. For many students that means a long awaited trip back home and the promise of a home cooked meal, yet countless citizens do not have that option. This is the season...

'Whisper to Me' exhibits technique and expression of Wendy Babcox

'Whisper to Me' exhibits technique and expression of Wendy Babcox

Alaisha Key November 12, 2011

The Hardman Hall Gallery has a new art exhibition that features some of the contemporary photographic works of British artist Wendy Babcox. The show is entitled “Whisper to Me” and features portraits...

New street signs to revamp look of College Hill Corridor

Alaisha Key November 2, 2011

Say goodbye to those worn down signs that are posted around Tattnall Square Park, because the College Hill Alliance is plotting to do some much needed redecorating. The College Hill Alliance in conjunction...

Graduate fair school selections leave CLA students few options

Alaisha Key November 2, 2011

For the past week I, like many of you, have had my inbox bombarded with emails from career services urging me to make time and go check out the graduate school fair. Well, last Friday I happened to stop...

'Spirits in October' haunts historic Riverside Cemetery

'Spirits in October' haunts historic Riverside Cemetery

Alaisha Key October 19, 2011

If you are looking to have an encounter with ghosts, ghouls and spirits during this Halloween season, then the Historic Riverside Cemetery Conservancy is providing a unique opportunity for audiences...

Tatnall streetscapes concept finalized, construction to begin by next summer

Alaisha Key October 19, 2011

It was recently announced that the College Hill Alliance received a grant from the Transportation Enhancement Grant Program matched by the Knight Neighborhood Challenge and Mercer University along with...

Macon Police plan to reduce gang violence, target youth

Alaisha Key October 5, 2011

Last Monday, Macon Police Chief, Mike Burns, presented the Youth/Young Adult Violence Reduction Plan to the Public Safety Committee. “Well, the Mayor asked me to come up with a plan because we had a...

We like the cars, the cars that go boom

We like the cars, the cars that go boom

Alaisha Key October 5, 2011

Many of you have seen some pretty sweet rides zoom past on campus, or you might have stopped dead in your tracks to admire the dream car that caught your attention in the parking lot. The question that...

Fall fashion: look great in layers, earth tones this season

Alaisha Key September 21, 2011

Summertime is officially over and the fall fashion season is here. For many of you that means that it is time to put up the shorts, printed tanks and sundresses and shop for a new fall wardrobe. You...

University Center aerobics classes

Alaisha Key September 7, 2011

If you want to exercise but can’t get motivated, head to the University Center and check out the UC group fitness classes. Exercising in a group is a great way to keep motivated. The UC offers a number...

Worried about failing grades? F that!

Worried about failing grades? F that!

Alaisha Key September 7, 2011

After a long, hot summer of relaxing and sleeping in, it is time to buckle down and face the harsh reality that college is back in session. That is right; it is time to set those alarm clocks and crack...

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