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Television and Film star Jonathan Majors stands in a court room on Tuesday Jun. 20, to set his original trial date of Aug 3. The trial would be moved to Nov. 29 after multiple reschedules. (Photo byAP Photo/Steven Hirsh, Pool, People)

Fallen Actor Faces Pending Judgement

Jack Thurmond, Staff Writer November 21, 2023

Following a recent arrest in late March 2023, actor Jonathan Majors faces a rapidly approaching verdict for assault charges brought on by his ex-girlfriend.  After the first season of the Marvel Cinematic...

A look at inflation over the last 20 years

Fears Inflated: What the Numbers Say About Inflation

Alex Adams, Staff Writer November 16, 2023

There have been countless days at newsrooms around the country talking about the inflation levels since the start of the coronavirus pandemic. In September 2020, the inflation levels were around 1.5%. Over...

Cop City referendum in Atlanta City Hall.

Cop City Controversy

November 16, 2023

In the face of widespread opposition, the city of Atlanta is proceeding with their plans to build an 85-acre police training center, often referred to as “Cop City” in the South River Forest in Dekalb...

Dahlonegas Native American Past and Lack of Native American Present

Dahlonega’s Native American Past and Lack of Native American Present

Peyton McClure November 14, 2023

November marks a time for many memorable moments for students such as Thanksgiving, Veterans Day and Black Friday; it's also a time to recognize and honor the history of Native Americans and how it connects...

Two Sawnee EMC trucks sit beside each other ready to be deployed. Much of these saw use during the deep freeze in 2022 as power outages occurred throughout North Georgia.

Winter Is Coming Be Prepared

Jack Thurmond, Staff Writer October 31, 2023

As Georgia gets closer to winter with each passing day, residents may wonder what they should expect during this year's cold period. Last year, the state experienced an especially harsh winter, including...

Coons, Young Talk Bipartisanship and Foreign Affairs

Coons, Young Talk Bipartisanship and Foreign Affairs

Chaz Mullis, Staff Writer October 31, 2023

Finding common political ground was among many topics of conversation during a forum at the University of Notre Dame on Friday, Oct. 27. Notre Dame’s president, John I. Jenkins, C.S.C., invited Senator...

An AI-generated image, by Sydney Velchek using NightCafe Studio.

A Face-Off Between Artists and AI

Sydney Velchek October 24, 2023

Artificial intelligence has gained traction this year with over 30 AI-generators available for public use. One aspect of AI, the ability to generate artworks and images from a written prompt, is stirring...

Students may have seen these posters advertising the FAFSA update around campus.

The 2024-2025 FAFSA Has Winners and Losers

Sean Williams, Editor October 24, 2023

Nighthawks will be affected in diverse ways when the new Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) opens this December. Data predicts that, while most students will now be eligible for the Pell...

Early Voting is Open in Georgia: What You Need To Know

Early Voting is Open in Georgia: What You Need To Know

Braydi Burnett October 24, 2023

Local elections are coming up, and political science professor Jaimie Kelly says they’re just as important to participate in as the presidential elections or mid-terms. Early voting for these elections...

PoeDown Halloween Open Mic Poster

Getting in the Spirit of Spooky Season: UNG Hosts Annual PoeDown Open Mic

Olivia Prevette, Staff Writer October 17, 2023

Get ready to PoeDown on some poetry and short stories. The University of North Georgia is hosting its annual PoeDown Open Mic event which is taking place Tuesday, Oct. 17 from 6-8 p.m. on the Dahlonega...

A young visitor views the eclipse through a telescope.

Partial Solar Eclipse Viewed at UNG

Chaz Mullis, Staff Writer October 17, 2023

A partial solar eclipse was visible to students and visitors at the University of North Georgia Dahlonega campus on Saturday, Oct. 14 around 1 p.m. UNG's Department of Physics and Astronomy hosted a special...

Nighthawks Entertainment to Host Inaugural “Tumbling Creek Trail of Terror”

Nighthawks Entertainment to Host Inaugural “Tumbling Creek Trail of Terror”

Gavin Beck, Staff Writer October 12, 2023

The University of North Georgia will host its annual Fall Festival on Friday, Oct. 27 from 7 p.m. until 11 p.m. The event will take place at the G.W. Bailey Amphitheater on the Gainesville campus as well...

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