Studying Tips

By Raevyn Pritchett, Clark Atlanta University Studying plays a huge role in the outcome of an assignment. The way in which a student decides to study serves as an even bigger factor. Many people try to study either too much or too little. Others may cram study...

Getting Involved On Your Campus

By Clorinda Weeks, GUA 2020 Alumni, University of Alabama at Birmingham College is the best way to explore and gain knowledge about the world and all it has to offer. But just going to classes and doing your homework should not be the only activities to do on your...

10 Things I Wish I Knew Before College

By Jacquez Deloach, GUA 2020 Alumni, University of West Alabama College is the very visible elephant in every high school classroom across the country. Going to college has been ingrained into the minds of millions of students, but the idea of college and the reality...

Inside Scoop with Mayor Terrance Windham

By Myeah Taylor, Mississippi University for Women I had the opportunity to have a brief phone interview with the city of Aliceville’s recently elected mayor, Terrance Windham. He is a resident of Aliceville, Alabama, and an alumnus of Aliceville High School. He has...
What I Wish I Knew in 7th Grade

What I Wish I Knew in 7th Grade

By Kiara Posey Georgiana High School Time is a fickle thing. It doesn’t stop or slow down for anyone. In this life, there is no going back into the past and reliving special moments. Even though I know this is true, it doesn’t stop me from dreaming. Dreaming about the...
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