Nicholas Mallis, a musician and University of Georgia Ph.D. student, dropped his new single “Welcome to Village Heights” on Feb. 16.
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The Red & Black has compiled a list of students’ favorite music for different events in their day-to-day lives.
UGA students Claire Korfas and Stephanie Weis started their comedy podcast, “Everything In Between,” in fall 2020.
Pivotal stories from the grounds of the University of Georgia have been illustrated since 1886 on the pages of UGA’s own Pandora yearbook. The publications between the years 1965-1974 are now available for free online access.
University of Georgia graduate student Victoria Powell, who goes by the stage name ivy., released a new single in January.
The Athens Institute for Contemporary Art (ATHICA) began hosting a reading and discussion group titled “Thinking About Art,” a free program for ATHICA members.
On Feb. 16, the Grady College of Journalism and Mass Communication released a documentary honoring the 60th anniversary of desegregation at the University of Georgia.
Lunar New Year celebrations come to a close on Feb. 26 with the Lantern Festival, a celebration that takes place 15 days after Lunar New Year, which is also the day of the first full moon in the new lunar cycle.
The University of Georgia Press closed their month-long Campus Read event with a conversation between Mary Frances Early and Phaidra Buchanan, during which the two discussed their experiences as Black women and the importance of conversations about racial equality at the University of Georgia.
Using music to reflect on various experiences from this eventful past year, the UGA theatre department has curated a virtual cabaret entitled “Here’s Where I Stand,” showing Feb. 26-28 and March 2-5.
Athens true crime podcast “Classic City Crime” is in the midst of covering the solved murder case of Athenian business man and saloon owner, T. K. Harty, and will soon begin airing their second season.