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The Student Media Site of Georgia College & State University

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The Colonnade Opinion

The problematic behavior of Tucker Carlson

The problematic behavior of Tucker Carlson

Hannah Adams, Asst. Opinion Editor February 1, 2023

Since the start of television news reporting, political stances have become a pinnacle piece of most large-scale news stations. This has led to the segregation of channels and a huge disconnect in the...

A.I is not our enemy

A.I is not our enemy

Abigayle Allen, Opinion Editor February 1, 2023

OpenAI recently developed a language model named ChatGPT that changes the way in which society views and uses technology. This new model is laced with the ability to work as virtual assistants, a language...

The Mist and its relevance today

“The Mist” and its relevance today

Abigayle Allen, Opinion Editor February 1, 2023

In Frank Darabont’s film adaptation of “The Mist”, written originally by Stephen King, many of the prejudices that are inherently different today, continue to prove that societal ideals have not...

Former President Richard Nixon (Left) and pop-icon Elvis Presley (Right) in Dec. 1970.

Richard Nixon – One of the Greatest Presidents Who Should Have Never Been Forced to Resign

Impeachment is not a moral endeavor; it is the height of hypocrisy.
Adam Lamparello, J.D., Assistant Professor of Criminal Justice February 1, 2023

The 37th President of the United States – Richard Nixon – is among the greatest presidents in our history. Elected twice to the Oval Office – the second time by an overwhelming margin – Nixon’s...

Let’s talk: uninformed voters edition

Abigayle Allen November 17, 2022

A study done by Hopelab and Well Being Trust has found that 93% of young people between the ages of 13-22 use some form of social media daily. While this is the way of our world at this point, how does...

Can Honesty Honestly Be Bad?

Abigayle Allen November 17, 2022

We all remember when rapper-flutist, Lizzo, put out her hit song, “Truth Hurts” back in 2019. This resurgence of the moral dilemma, to tell the truth or to tell a lie, many of us struggle with struck...

The Vilification of Sharpay Evans 

Jennifer Crider November 17, 2022

In the “High School Musical” franchise, Sharpay Evans was repeatedly tormented by Troy and Gabriella, yet she was stereotyped as a “mean girl” due to her hyper femininity and passionate personality....

Colonnade DC Trip

Hannah Adams November 17, 2022

This past month, I had the opportunity to go on a work trip with my Colonnade co-workers to attend a journalism conference in Washington D.C. While on this trip, I was able to create some amazing connections...

Tattoos and Negative Stigma

November 9, 2022

Tattoos often have a negative stigma in society, particularly from the older generations. From this demographic, tattoos are sometimes viewed as trashy, or as a reason not to take someone seriously....

Have We Crossed A Line?

November 9, 2022

Halloween is the one time of year where people of all ages gather together in search of their greatest thrill. It is no secret that Milledgeville has somewhat of a haunted past. Whether it be the devastation...

Is dating dead?

Is dating dead?

Abigayle Allen, Opinion Editor October 19, 2022

The rules of dating are not quite defined, nor have there been exemplary standards set for our generation to base our relationships on. As for me, I grew up in a household where my parents were high...

The downfall of print news

The downfall of print news

Hannah Adams, Asst. Opinion Editor October 19, 2022

On Sept. 25, 1690, the first known print newspaper was released to the public in Boston, MA. Printed by Richard Pierce and edited by Benjamin Harris, the Publick Occurrences was intended to be released...

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