Movie review: Me Before You

By: Amanda Morris “Live boldly. Live well. Live.” Those words end the movie adaption of Jojo Moyes’ book, “Me Before You,” which centers around the relationship between a quadriplegic young man named Will Traynor (played by Sam Claflin) and his caregiver, Louisa Clark (Emilia Clark) At first glance it appears to be the classic love story, but after a closer look, it is clear it … Continue reading Movie review: Me Before You

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Starbucks: The not so secret menu

By: Mikayla Ladson   “Hi what can I get you?” This is the generic response I got at my local Starbucks. “Can I get a tall Strawberry acai refresher with coconut milk and two pumps of vanilla, please,” I said. She keyed my order in with a sure whatever look and gesture, asked for my name and then took the next customer. What she did … Continue reading Starbucks: The not so secret menu

Revival of retro culture

By: Taylor Bailey In Wuxtry Records, which makes its home in the congenial streets of Athens’ downtown scene, a variety of people can be found browsing boxes of vinyl LPs arranged collectively by year and genre. In a tie dyed T-shirt displaying the colorful marching bears known to represent 1960s American rock band The Grateful Dead, Tessa Higdon, a millennial, stated that she enjoys seeing others … Continue reading Revival of retro culture