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Platé graduates in Dec. with a BA in History and Philosophy & Religion and plans to go on to get her M.Ed. in Social Studies Education. // PHOTO Emma Marti

Final Letter From the Editor

Laura Alyssa Platé, Editor in Chief
November 16, 2020
Rettig leads parents in 2016 Freshman Orientation. // PHOTO Perry Rettig

Finding a Family: Dr. Perry Rettig 

Emma Marti, Opinions Editor
November 5, 2020
Sophomore Men's Lacrosse Zach Schramm is an encouragement to the rest of his team to participate in the Mustache Madness. Schramm has been personally affected by the HEADstrong foundation and wants his teammates to help positively affect others who are in need.

Picture: Courtesy of Zach Schramm

Mustache Madness Creates Change

Nick Pope, Contributing Writer
November 2, 2020
The best way to keep your friends and family safe right now is by wearing a mask and washing your hands. // Photo by pixpoetry on Unsplash.

Don’t Listen to the Future, Mask On

John Dills, Contributing Writer
October 6, 2020
Piedmont College will be participating in Global Handwashing Day on Oct. 15.

Global Handwashing Day at Piedmont College

Emma Marti and Madison Powers
October 3, 2020
We Need Comprehensive Sex Ed on Campus

We Need Comprehensive Sex Ed on Campus

Staff Editorial
September 14, 2020
Always putting smiles on peoples faces, Mrs. Melba is the first face you see when you enter the cafe. 

Piedmont’s Best Kept secret: Mrs. Melba

Savannah Richards, Contributing Writer
September 7, 2020
With the student body expanding rapidly, Piedmont College wants a more diverse campus. PHOTO/ UNSPLASH

Board of Trustees Seek Diverse Future

Cameron Graham, News Editor
September 5, 2020
Piedmont Students Go Greek for Third Year

Piedmont Students Go Greek for Third Year

Savannah Richards, Staff Writer
September 4, 2020
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