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Catharine Hasna is an 18-year-old Atlanta resident and a high school graduate from K12 Online academy. Catharine is a hard-core human’s rights activist and a big believer in supporting mental health. Her goal is to major in psychology, apply to medical school and become a psychiatrist.  Hasna started her Common Application last summer, and while…

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For years, hip-hop has been a large part of society since the 1970’s. Starting in the underground city of Bronx, New York, it was called the “Hip-Hop movement.” People started wearing baggy clothes, putting their hats on backwards, and lounging around corner streets with a hefty boombox perched on their shoulders. Over the years, hip-hop…

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This past May, after only four months in office, Governor Brian Kemp signed H.B. 481, a controversial bill that has been coined the “Heartbeat Bill.” The heartbeat bill is essentially a  ban on terminating pregnancies six weeks after conception, when a doctor can detect the fetus’s heartbeat. The consequences of abortions after six weeks are…

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Despite what Atlanta record executive Jermaine Dupri mentioned in a recent interview, women, especially in the world of hip-hop, are putting out songs about various topics. In an interview with People Magazine, Dupri said female rappers are “all rapping about the same thing… For me it’s like strippers rapping.” This interview has sparked debate and…

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