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Brooks speaks out on human trafficking

By: CASSIDI HINSON / Social Media Editor     Photograph by: HINSON   There are 3,287 people sold, kidnapped, and forced into slavery every day. According to the head of the United Nations anti-crime agency, human trafficking is the fasted growing crime organization in the world. A21 is one of the many nonprofit organizations that has dedicated […]

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The data on Dr. David Abeling-Judge

By: ODETA KAVALIAUSKAS-JOHNSON / Correspondent      Photograph by: DEBBIE HERRERA / Photography Co-Editor Dr. David Abeling-Judge enjoys teaching, but is passionate about human connection and making the world a better place Abeling-Judge’s name says a lot about his personality. “I was Abeling and he was Judge,” said Lauren Abeling-Judge, his wife.“I wanted to have the same […]

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Dickens letter the latest addition to Rare Book Room

By SCOTT MERRITT/Correspondent | Photo courtesy of Hackney Library A new and exciting arrival came to Hackney Library in the form of a letter signed and written by Charles Dickens. The accomplished author is known for many great works such as A Christmas Carol and A Tale of Two Cities . With such an accomplished […]

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COVID-19 impacts Barton College students financially

By K.J. ASKEW / Senior Writer | Photograph by Nikki Pruitt The COVID-19 pandemic has left colleges and students around the world looking for answers as they deal with the financial impacts. Barton College’s administration has worked tirelessly to mitigate the financial impacts for both students and the institution itself. David Browning is the Vice […]

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Chatty Kathy takes on time management and relationships

Hey Supreme Overlord Chatty Kathy, I was in quarantine the last 10 days and obviously couldn’t go to work. The money I lost in that time definitely hurt, but it wasn’t the end of the world. Yet for some reason, I still find myself very stressed about it. I feel like my money worries trump […]

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COVID19 brings adjustments to life on campus

By NICHOLAS HORTON / Correspondent Photo by WHITNEY JOYNER / Asst. Art Director   As students begin yet another fall semester at Barton College, excitement always accompanies the beginning of the semester. This year is different as a new obstacle is thrown into the semester to challenge everyone, Covid-19. In order to assure the safety […]

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COVID-19 causes changes to Greek Life on event on campus 

By CASSIDI HINSON / Social Media Editor Photo by: CASSIDI HINSON COVID-19 will not be canceling Greek recruitment this semester. Fraternities and Sororities at Barton have done Greek recruitment a certain way for years, but with the recent rules and regulations put in place, they are having to adjust with the times. There are a […]

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Joyce T. Boone Southern Authors Series welcomes poet-musician Jim Clark on Sept. 22

Story & Photo by Barton College News Services Barton College will welcome poet and musician Jim Clark as the featured speaker for this year’s Joyce T. Boone Southern Authors Series Lecture. The program will be held on Tuesday, Sept. 22, at 7 p.m. in Howard Chapel on campus. This event is open to the public […]

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College makes progress on football stadium

By JAKOB RYAN / Staff Writer —  Photograph by: NIKKI PRUITT With the announcement on August 7 by the Southern Atlantic Conference to postpone the 2020 football season until the spring of 2021, Barton College will have to eagerly wait for it’s return to the grid iron. As for the construction of the new football […]

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