Tour the diverse experiences of America’s most involved founding father.
One of my favorite college classes I took was a 200-level integrative studies course centered around building community.
As the social, cultural, and economic hub of Georgia, Atlanta has much to offer those only passing through or looking to settle down.
From Venice, Italy to a warring Cyprus; Shakespeare’s iconic novel Othello: The Moor of Venice grabs the reader through betrayal, manipulation, and tragedy.
Helpful pieces of knowledge to appreciate the history, impact, and importance of the MARTA transit system.
Being part of such a quiet community showed me how to find my own excitement, especially in places that I would least expect it.
Georgia’s development has earned the state recognition in multiple industries – film, art, and food, to name a few – but its natural features don’t get enough recognition.
Each cup possesses the familiar bitter taste while featuring the tastes of frequent locals.
That moment has always defined the magic I felt around farmers markets. More than a location for commerce but rather a gathering place for community and kindness.
Though our contributions are often treated as frayed ends or single silver linings in the tapestry of American and global history, black people have always persevered and achieved success whether they had to break chains or challenge the rules to get it done.