Falcons V. Patriots: Super Bowl Sunday

By: Simone Williams As January comes to a close, an exciting football season is also ending. Superbowl 51 is premiering on Sunday, February 5th. It will be the Atlanta Falcons against the New England Patriots. The halftime show will no doubt be showstopping, with a performance from Lady Gaga. This Super Bowl promises to be…

2017: The Year of Film Resurrection

By Dakotah Jones Okay, I know what you’re thinking; “Resurrection? Isn’t that a bit much?”. In some ways it’s more hyperbole than anything else, but there are some titles/characters, that will be coming to the big screen for a 2nd time rather than a first. I’m going to highlight ten separate titles that I’m most…

2016 In Review

By Stacy Bile Apart from the election, 2016 was a roller coaster filled with with plenty of WOW moments. Starting with so many tragic deaths, mass shootings, crimes, protests, popular music, the Olympics, award ceremonies and many more. The year seemed to have a mixture of all emotions that anyone could think of. Although it may…

Obama’s Farewell

By Simone Williams As the new year began we said hello to new adventures, and goodbye to old and dear politicians. I, of course, mean the 44th president of the United States of America, Barack Hussein Obama. On January 10th, President Obama gave his farewell address in Chicago, Illinois at the McCormick Place. This was…

Making History Public

By: Matthew Hunter Are you a history major or minor? Are you interested in reading or writing or rummaging around in libraries? If you said yes to even just one of those things, then there’s good news for you. The Department of History and Political Science is pleased to announce the creation of a public…