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What the Mont? Oct. 8, 2021

What the Mont? Oct. 8, 2021

Anna Watson and Chris Barker October 8, 2021

"What the Mont?" returns after Piedmont University fall break with important information for all residential students regarding room checks, all seniors regarding graduating and some absolutely, horrible...

The Roar Takes Home the Gold

The Roar Takes Home the Gold

Cameron Graham, News Editor March 10, 2021

The Georgia College Press Association Awards were announced Feb. 19, 2021. The awards ceremony is typically held in Athens, Ga., but was done virtually this year due to the pandemic. Piedmont College’s...

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Piedmont, Interrupted: How Students have Dealt with Piedmont’s Coronavirus Closure

April 21, 2020

Written by Zoe Hunter (Contributing Writer) & Anna Watson (A&E Editor) Spring break is supposed to be the time when students take a week off to relax from the stress of school and put their...

Whats The Roar Staff Watching in Quarantine?

What’s The Roar Staff Watching in Quarantine?

April 13, 2020

Savannah Richards is watching "I am Not Okay With This" on Netflix. Puberty reaches a new level of horrifying in the Netflix original comedy-drama series “I’m Not Okay With This.” Sixteen year old...

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Let Your Love ‘Zoom:’ Piedmont to Introduce New ‘Zoom’ Dating Service (April Fools)

April 1, 2020

Written by Anna Watson, A&E Editor Combating the loneliness taking place during COVID-19 quarantining, Piedmont College launches a Zoom meeting where students will be allowed to “speed date”...

‘Arsenic and Old Lace’ offers comedic escape

Anna Watson, A&E Editor February 13, 2020

Nowhere near outdated, “Arsenic and Old Lace” beautifully expresses the theme of loving your family despite their ridiculousness. Piedmont College’s production of “Arsenic and Old Lace”...

Mirroring Mortality, Michelle Laxalts Exhibit Created a Fragile View of Dead Corpses

Mirroring Mortality, Michelle Laxalt’s Exhibit Created a Fragile View of Dead Corpses

November 29, 2019

Michelle Laxalt is an artist who works a lot with themes of the body and vulnerability. Her exhibit “husk/phantoms/limbs/meuses” which closed Saturday, Nov. 16, was a good representation of the...

The Piedmont Spotlight Shines on Freshman Dancer Jehiel Baez

The Piedmont Spotlight Shines on Freshman Dancer Jehiel Baez

November 26, 2019

Piano and Voice Performance major, Jehiel Baez, has made his mark dancing on the social media airwaves. He grew up in Puerto Rico and began dancing at an early age.   “I started dancing...

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I Don’t Want to Live A Painful Life; I Want a Dog

November 25, 2019

I want a dog.  I don’t want any dog – I want a dog that can save my life. This past August was my 10th anniversary of being a diabetic. The anniversary of the three days spent in the hospital,...

Suppressed by Society, Fueled by Friendships, ‘Gathering Blue’ Exposes the Injustice People with Disabilities Face

Suppressed by Society, Fueled by Friendships, ‘Gathering Blue’ Exposes the Injustice People with Disabilities Face

November 23, 2019

Stuck in a ravinging and selfish society, Kira learns to be strong, believe in herself and the good of others despite her impairment. Kira is played by Lizzy Carver in Piedmont College’s ongoing...

The Roar Hits the Road for Student Media

The Roar Hits the Road for Student Media

November 12, 2019

Instead of dressing up in spooky costumes for Halloween and going door to door for candy, nine Mass Communications Student Leadership Council members, along with Dr. Joseph Dennis, the adviser of...

Empty Bowls: Freshman Hands Serve Up Handmade Bowls and Hot Soup

Empty Bowls: Freshman Hands Serve Up Handmade Bowls and Hot Soup

October 27, 2018

Piedmont College faculty and freshman will host the 10th annual Empty Bowls fundraiser on Tuesday, Oct. 30, to raise money for The Lord’s Help Soup Kitchen. “Habersham county has a large number...

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