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Hispanic Heritage Month to combat cultural myths

Nya Roden Staff Writer

October 29, 2019

 Georgia Highlands recently celebrated Hispanic Heritage month, taking time to celebrate the culture and heritage of Hispanic students. Though the celebration is a fairly recent development, it provides an opportunity to educate the uninformed and celebrate family...

Consumer demand brings Christmas to October

Penelope Stevens Asst. Photography Editor

October 29, 2019

Christmas is not just a holiday in December -- it is an industry that consumers are aware of all year round. Shoppers see Christmas decorations, trees, and gifts marketed for the season earlier and earlier each year. This can be deeply aggravating as this...

Students at the polls, or lack thereof

Six Mile Post Editorial Board

October 29, 2019

What is a single voice in a roaring crowd? Would anyone even notice if a single voice stayed silent? This is perhaps how many rationalize their choice not to vote, believing that their one voice wouldn’t be heard or that it...

Letter to the Editor: STEM isn’t the only beneficial path to trek

Robert Kean Contributing Writer

October 29, 2019

Humanities are important because they, first and foremost, are involved with the pursuit of knowledge. Life is not as simple as an equation with a guaranteed solution. Some of the problems that a person will encounter do not have...

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