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Atlanta on a College Student’s Budget

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  When deciding on schools, students take a lot of factors into consideration. One of the biggest factors, though, is obviously “to city, or not to city?”. On the limitless list of Emory University’s amazing qualities is its location in …

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This Month in Atlanta: March 2018

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Atlanta St. Patrick’s Day Parade Saturday, Mar. 11, Midtown Atlanta. atlantastpats.com Having started in 1858, this parade is one of the oldest in the country, and it includes everything from floats and dancers to bands and bagpipes. There is no …

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This Month in Atlanta: February 2018

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Groundhog Day Jugglers Festival Friday, Feb. 2–Sunday, Feb. 4, Yaarab Shrine Center. http://atlantajugglers.org/festivals/upcoming-festival Jugglers, unicyclists, hoopers and more are making their way to Atlanta for the 40th annual Juggling Festival! Learn a few tricks yourself or just enjoy the show …

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This Month in Atlanta: January 2018

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Martin Luther King, Jr. Day Monday, Jan. 15, Atlanta History Center. Free. atlantahistorycenter.com/programs/martin-luther-king-jr.-day-1 In honor of Martin Luther King, Jr. Day, the Atlanta History Center will offer free admission and special programming throughout the day exploring the Civil Rights movement. …

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This Month in Atlanta: December 2017

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Winter Wonderland Through Sunday, Jan. 7, Fernbank Museum of Natural History. fernbankmuseum.org/explore/special-exhibitions/winter-wonderland Fernbank’s Winter Wonderland is a two-floor, sparkly and creative celebration of numerous, diverse holidays, traditions and events from around the word. A visit to this iconic Atlanta venue …