Covid-19: From A Georgian Perspective- Emanuel! The Lord is with us!

Today’s entry is very sentimental. This will mark my last post until next semester. I hope…

COVID-19: From a Georgian Perspective- The Good and Resilient Samaritan

Honestly, I do not know if things are beginning to feel a little clearer again as…

COVID19-From a Georgian Perspective- Counting Blessings!

I have become so unbothered by the “Shelter in Place” act because this is what I…

COVID-19: From a Georgian Perspective-Probably not the End but the Awakening of the Beginning

The 83rd Governor of Georgia, Mr. Brian Kemp has decided to reopen businesses while continuing to…

Covid-19:From a Southerner Perspective- “Paying Off a Debt Owed to My Grandmother”

I had waited days to write this.  Some days I knew what to write, I just…

Covid19-From a Georgian Perspective

Another week has flown by and Georgia Residents are still being told to quarantine no matter…

The Coronavirus Pandemic 2020: From a Georgian Perspective

The past few weeks have been crazy since we all departed our separate ways from Sterling…

Cooking classes offered in cafeteria

The cafeteria held a free cooking class Feb. 26. Marketed as “Teaching Kitchens,” the class is…

Corrssia’s Corner: Seize Opportunities while in college, Prepare for future

Coming back to college, already wet behind the ears from life, is beneficial.  At the age…