Gambling on the American Dream: The struggle of Visa holders
SCAD represents 119 countries, many are in the U.S. on a visa and plan to work in the U.S.–a prospect that is becoming more unobtainable every year.
Discussion: Emotional Support Animals Cause Legal Trouble For County
After months of long debates and multiple rewrites, Chatham County adopted a controversial—and potentially illegal—Animal Services ordinance.
The Neighborhood of Empty Houses
I came to realize my neighbors were nothing but empty houses.
Psychoanalysts to Cribstone: A look at a small Maine Island
An island off Maine’s coast offers unique historical attractions, with a surprising link to Jungian psychology.
Hong Kong protests: What started them and why it’s still going
Hong Kong has been in the throes of city-wide protests since June 9th. What started it? Why is it going on for so long? What is SCAD’s response?
Student envisions hope for Hong Kong amidst political unrest
With a year full of societal unrest, it is important to look at why Hong Kong is an incredible experience, and why you should visit.
A Celebration of the Mundane: The Umbrella Cover Museum
A quaint Maine museum’s appreciation for the mundane.
A University’s Shaky Response to the Coronavirus
SCAD moved all HK classes to eLearning for the rest of the quarter due to coronavirus fears. We can’t talk about it.