Lindsey Buckheit ’15 knows firsthand just how important philanthropy is for the student-athletes who represent the Tribe in athletic competition. Without private support, Buckheit and other students might not have [...]
Atlanta alumni supported Tribe football and were featured on the scoreboard during their Homecoming game watch. Alumni, family and friends enjoyed a Yule Log celebration in December at the [...]
Blanck uses Tyrannicide to examine the differences between northern and southern views and experiences of slavery during the American Revolution, focusing on an affair between South Carolina and Massachusetts.
Set in South Texas during Lyndon Johnson’s presidency, Stafford’s novel follows the adventures and discoveries of young Isabel Martin. Mysterious rumors spread around her like wildfire as she tries to [...]
Mobley’s essays focus on female body image in the American theatre, drawing from performing arts, feminist, and sociological standpoints. She addresses common stereotypes and the significance of cultural norms in [...]
Dr. Lovlie’s backgrounds in pediatrics and anthropology come together in this crash-course guide to raising children, addressing topics that range from baby’s bath time to dealing with hormonal teenagers.
Eich’s handy pocket guide to tackling all types of challenges endorses efficient problem-solving strategies, innovative devices to induce productivity, and entrepreneurial advice intended to inspire organization.
Lambert’s book addresses the American higher education system, specifically the advantages and disadvantages of private colleges and universities, and the effects of the government’s involvement in public ones.