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Eric Lopez is woken by the sun and his iPhone alarm. He hits the snooze button for just 5 more minutes, and then finally decides to get up and recites his daily mantra. It's 6:30 a.m.

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Elaine Young, a student at Savannah State University, has a newborn and two other children. Though Young is married and two of her children are in grade school, she has an infant girl to worry about when she’s in class.On the mornings that Young has class, she wakes up early to prepare Chris…

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When it comes to hair, African Americans are known for being very cultural. The various of unique styles that are worn on African American females is incredible. The south prides itself in the more unique styles. 

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If you missed this year’s residential step show, then you definitely missed out on something amazing! 

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With graduation less than a month away many students are wondering what life is like after this huge milestone. It’s important that one builds a routine they never had in college.

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Months before graduation Ayana Bethea, a senior business marketing major at Savannah State University, is in search of a career in her professional field. Bethea, 22, a native of Hampton, Georgia calls her search for a job, a full time job in itself.

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Savannah State University, the illustrious university by the sea, is one of Georgia’s oldest institution of higher learning. From the towering oak trees covered in Spanish moss to the historic buildings, the upkeep of the campus is a task that takes hundreds of thousands of dollars and plent…

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A Savannah State University graduate was recently crowned Miss Black Savannah for the 2017-2018 season. Ashleigh Montford, who graduated in May with a bachelor's in mass communications and currently is pursuing her master's degree at SSU, was selected for the ambassadorial role in May. 

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If you laid in your bed Super Bowl Sunday morning on social media ranting about 2017’s most anticipated football game, then something free and informative slipped right past you. This past Sunday, from noon to 4:00P.M. the Georgia History Festival, a K-12 programs designed to educated childr…

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As the executive editor for the Savannah Morning News, Susan Catron ensures that her media organization tells factual news. Catron and her staff provide truthful news in order to keep Savannah informed and educated.We spoke with Catron to talk about the role of journalism in society today.Ti…

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No good Southern meal forgets comfort food such as Mac-and-cheese, cornbread, collard greens, root vegetables, ox tails, and, of course, fried chicken. This "soul food" usually comes int he form of family recipes passed down, generation to generation. 

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Strong-minded, loving, and caring are all words that Tiyonda Davis uses to describe herself. When evaluating her life those words seem to be the perfect fit, a Cinderella story.

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 It’s that time of the year again: Holiday Season! Know someone who is natural or is transitioning? Here are the perfect gifts for them!

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It comes as no surprise how glorified weight loss supplements and detoxes have become. With the help of pop culture and social media, pill supplements and detox teas have gained unsurprisingly high popularity among the masses. Out of those who are influenced to partake in the glory are women…

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Tamara Wilson is a senior visual and performing arts major at Savannah State University. She runs a YouTube channel with more than 22,000 subscribers, and her videos about hair and make-up often get more than 100,000 views.

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Kwame Alexander is a junior mass communications major concentrating in audio and video production at Savannah State University. He was born to his mother and father, Laquita Webb and Kwame Alexander, on June 14, 1994. During labor, Webb’s water did not break, Kwame lost oxygen to his brain a…