Nothing can make your day better quite like a McFlurry. Coming from McDonalds, one of the biggest fast food chains in the world, with over 38,000 locations in 100 countries, the McFlurry is an exceptional treat. Along with their Hot Fudge Sundaes and Milkshakes, the desserts are a must get.Continue Reading

With Election Day over and results in, Georgia Republican Governor Brian Kemp is re-elected, defeating Democrat Stacey Abrams. These two also faced off in the previous governor election in 2018 with the same result. This win was not unexpected as Gov. Kemp had been ahead in the polls according toContinue Reading

Recently, musical artist Ye, formerly known as Kanye West, has been in the news with numerous scandals. First, Ye wore a controversial “White Lives Matter” shirt during Paris Fashion Week, which was considered hate speech by the Anti-Defamation League (ADL). Shortly after, Ye made antisemitic comments on Instagram and TwitterContinue Reading

The Supreme Court is heating up after its ruling overturning Roe v. Wade and expanding the reach of the Second Amendment last term, the court is facing harsh criticism from the public. Now, the public is even more interested to see what the court will discuss in the upcoming 2022-Continue Reading

As of Sep. 17, 2022, President Joe Biden has deemed the COVID-19 pandemic “over” in the United States, according to The Guardian. Such a bold statement seems quite arbitrary regarding the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention’s CDC recent report of nearly 400 people a day continuing to die ofContinue Reading

Lee Hawkins, Jr. has had a very successful career in journalism for over 20 years, working for the Wisconsin State Journal, Milwaukee Journal Sentinel, Wall Street Journal and American Public Media. Recently, he became a Pulitzer Prize Finalist and wrote his own book. His passion for his work and theContinue Reading

A pastor and a football player walk into a bar. Or in this case, a debate stage. These two candidates, incumbent senator Rev. Raphael Warnock and challenger Herschel Walker will face off in the midterm elections on Tuesday, November 8. A third-party candidate, Libertarian Chase Oliver, is also in theContinue Reading

On Monday, Aug. 8, the F.B.I searched former President Donald Trump’s Mar-A-Lago home in Palm Beach, FL. Federal authorities faced immense backlash from pro-Trump citizens and governors after searching for allegedly classified material Trump had in his home. According to The New York Times, Trump saw the search as anContinue Reading

This year Georgia citizens will elect their next governor. The candidates are Brain Kemp (Republican), Stacey Abrams (Democrat), Elbert Bartell (Independent), President Boddie (Independent) and Shane Hazel (Libertarian). After the 2022 Georgia Primary Election, Georgia Republicans chose Brain Kemp over David Perdue and Kandiss Taylor as their nominee. Stacey AbramsContinue Reading

In a historic decision to reverse reproductive rights set in place for nearly half a century, on June 24, the Supreme Court ruled to eliminate a woman’s constitutional right to abortion. Since then, nearly one in three American women, over 20 million, have lost access to safe abortions. This numberContinue Reading

Large amounts of dangerous chemicals have been found in food packaging. PFAS are chemicals used by restaurants and manufacturers to keep water and grease out of the packaging. They are used in a variety of objects including nonstick pans, clothing, stain-resistant furniture, carpets and even cellphones. The CDC has classifiedContinue Reading

While Celsius has been a popular energy drink for a couple years, it has come to the attention of its users that it can cause serious damage to their health and even career. Celsius is considered to be one of the most widely used energy drinks on the market rightContinue Reading

In late March 2022, Florida’s governor Ron DeSantis signed a bill that states that “Classroom instruction by school personnel or third parties on sexual orientation or gender identity may not occur in kindergarten through grade 3 or in a manner that is not age-appropriate or developmentally appropriate for students inContinue Reading