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Autumn comes as a relief from the South’s burning summers and an opportunity to enjoy clothes and activities that would otherwise pose the risk of heatstroke. “I’ve been spending my fall [by] spending much more time with my family ever since quarantine started. I want to celebrate the season by fashionably changing my attire and cherishing the cooling weather because it’s not burning hot anymore,” junior Lena Chanthasalo said.

Autumn, socially distanced

Jenny Loveland, News Editor
October 27, 2020
Feel the fall this season as pumpkins sprout and the spooks come out. Make the most of autumn with The Chant’s guide to falling in love with Georgia. Chances to find fun arise every weekend with new events all centered around fall, even in the unpredictable and unseasonably warm weather.

What to do in Georgia for fall

Morgan Brown, Reporter, Photographer
October 16, 2017
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