After a time of great activity, and maybe even rash actions, it’s time to mellow out. Virgo might not be an intuitive, emotional water sign, but it won’t hurt to take time to sit down and think. This is a sign of thought and planning. Whatever harebrained schemes you may have dreamed up during Leo might actually have a chance to come true. If you take the time to plot out a course. So take a seat, and start planning for this season and the next.
Politics are complicated. The systems putting our elected officials into office aren’t as simple as we were taught in school. Georgia’s complicated system of counties and commissions results in hundreds of government officials at the state level. AY looked into Georgia’s officials for the recent primary election and now we’re looking at the process to get on the ballot.
Leos, you’re type A and proud of it. The lions of the horoscope are confident, driven and proud of their ability to get things done.
Cancer may have brought some excitement into your life. This season you are going to take what you want from life and make your own way.
Following Gemini, the sign of excitement and discovery is Cancer. The Crab, the seventh sign of the Zodiac, is all about security, compassion and unconditional love. Maintaining relationships between friends, lovers and family is this sign’s priority.
After the adventure that Gemini brought, think of Cancer as a return to home, something familiar and safe. Under this sign, take the time to check up on family, friends and everyone else close to your heart.
Following conservative Taurus is Gemini, the social butterfly of the Zodiac. Now that you’ve got your foundations settled, it’s time to explore what the world has to offer you into June.
Nothing is ever boring under Gemini’s sign! It’s likely to bring highs and lows and more than a helping of adventure. But remember: Like all signs of the zodiac, Gemini is sure to bring change in your life. All the new things you’ll experience will benefit you in the long run.
COVID-19 has drastically altered the way we live. Although the virus is different from the 1918 flu, we’re still experiencing a shut down that the world has only experienced during the 1918 Spanish Flu pandemic. Our lives have been, for the most part, disrupted.
Surviving sexual assault does not end at the hospital, especially if a victim decides to press charges. Should an individual decide to go to court, there’s information they should know. I sat down with Jude Claire Jason, a Dekalb county magistrate judge, to learn about how sexual assault cases might be handled in the courtroom.
It’s important for those impacted by assault, both victims and their loved ones, to know where and how they can get access to medical care and therapy. I sat down with Jasmine Gendry, a medical student, to learn about what Crisis centers are and how they can help victims of sexual assault.