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The Saber: Back to School Issue

June is LGBTQ+ Pride Month, but what’s the point?

   I used to be perplexed by the idea of being proud of things that aren’t accomplishments, examples including patriotism, school spirit, and LGBTQ+ pride.  Even as a fifth grader, when I had to write a paragraph about w...

Rainbows flood Broadway after weeks of rain

   On Friday, June 1 and Saturday, June 2, Columbus sweltered in a humid 93 degrees with intermittent storms, but that didn’t stop people from celebrating the fifth LGBT Pride Festival on Broadway. Decked out in a rainbow of c...

 What does PRIDE mean to you?

Pride Month represents my best friend, some of my graduating class in high school and my late grandmother. It is a time when they can be celebrated for what makes them unique, happy, and colorful human beings. It is a time to remember the t...

Gubernatorial candidate Michael Williams welcomed to Columbus by protesters during his Deportation Bus Tour

   Breaking down on I-75 in Calhoun, Georgia did not stop gubernatorial candidate Michael Williams from proceeding with his “Deportation Bus” tour around Georgia....

Atlanta trap trio Migos kicks off the summer with a concert in Columbus, GA.

There are quite a few things that could come to mind when the state of Georgia is mentioned- peaches, cotton, football, presidents, Coca-Cola, or even Waffle House- but if you really know this...

Could this win prove the Grammy's irrelevant?

As we approach the fiftieth anniversary of hip-hop's invention in the South Bronx in the early seventies, we are gifted with the knowledge that Kendrick Lamar has been honored with not only the first rap nomination in the Pu...

First Watch, located at 2528 Weems Road in Columbus, certainly lives up to its excellent reputation by serving delicious and healthy breakfast, brunch, and lunch options from 7:00 a.m. to 2:30 p.m. every day. The small franchise is known for fresh ingredients, for neve...

A look at the Bo Bartlett Center and its mission

Individuals in the art community eager to finally get a glimpse of the stunning Bo Bartlett Center need not wait any longer, as collaborators finalized the massive College of the Art’s project and opened its doors to the...

How to wire your mind for success

YOU’RE FINALLY AN ADULT. You’ve made it to college, and now you get to decide on what to do with your life. Congrats! But you’re not done growing up. If you’re in your early twenties, your brain is still developing. The decisions you ma...

CSU Greek Life kicks off Greek Week with various performances

Last Wednesday, Greek Life organized a variety show to kick off Greek Week. Greek Week brings together the fraternity and sorority communities for a series of events. As they compete in these events, various...

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