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Bobby Sessions, a Texas-based Def Jam Recordings artist, talked with University of Georgia students via Zoom on Sept. 23 about his political and social activism, and the journey behind his rap career.
With UGA’s first home football game scheduled for Oct. 3, the way retailers downtown prepare for the season varies.
After a long day at the studio in 2019, Andrew Ratcliffe, CEO and founder of Tweed Recording Audio Production School, sat on his back porch with a mixed scotch drink in hand and Truth and Salv…
University of Georgia sophomore, Angelica Millen, won the Athens Area Chamber of Commerce's mask design competition.
International Day of Peace, celebrated on Sept. 21 annually, was established in 1981 by the United Nations to provide a globally shared date for “humanity to commit to peace,” according to the…
The Red & Black talked with Zach Westerbeck, mental health public speaker, about symptoms to look for in peers, what resources are available to students and the stigma surrounding mental health for Suicide Prevention Month.
The Red & Black compiled a list of six Hispanic/Latinx businesses in Athens to check out during Hispanic Heritage Month.
On Thursday, The Guardian published an opinion piece criticizing the leadership of University of Georgia and Athens’s response to COVID-19 by none other than R.E.M. frontman Michael Stipe.
The movie “Office Space” will be shown in the fresh air at the Classic Center’s Foundry Pavilion on Sept. 25.
On Wednesday, the University of Georgia released a statement announcing the institution would not be able to hold on-campus voting for the upcoming election due to social distancing concerns. After the statement was released, multiple famous figures joined students and the public in criticizing the decision.