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Red And Black, The

The independent student media company serving the University of Georgia community

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540 Baxter St
Athens, GA 30605

Fax: 706-433-3033
Last Updated: November 18, 2019

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At the top of Baxter hill, across the corner from Brumby Hall

About Red And Black, The

Operating since: 1893

The Red & Black is UGA's award-winning newspaper and website. Established in 1893 and independent of the University since 1980, The Red & Black is the largest college newspaper in Georgia and the 10th largest newspaper in the state. Each week, nearly 45,000 students, faculty and staff turn to The Red & Black and daily, to redandblack.com for thorough coverage of University and local news, UGA and national sports, campus and local variety, opinions and commentary, sudoku and crossword puzzles, classifieds, and hundreds of ads for products and services.

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Red & Black editor-in-chief Polina Marinova won the first place award for the 2012 Robert Novak Collegiate Journalism Award.

Sponsored by The Fund for American Studies, the award “recognizes

excellence in collegiate reporting in which the student's work

demonstrates an understanding of the basic ideas that support a free

society, including freedom of the press, freedom of speech and

free-market economic principles,” according to The Fund’s website.

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