On this week's episode, digital producer Kyra Posey speaks with staff writer Samantha Perez about the single sign-on failure that left students unable to view their schedule through Athena and eLearning Commons on Jan. 7, the first day of classes. In addition to outlining the problems caused by the shutdown, we discuss student reactions, issues students experienced when attempting to resister for courses through Athena in November 2019 and how the University of Georgia plans to resolve these difficulties moving forward.
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When University of Georgia student Chimezie Osondu tried to find his classes on the first day of spring semester, he couldn’t log in to Athena…
Fifteen women of various backgrounds, talents and passions took the stage to showcase themselves and represent the University of Georgia at th…
Former state Rep. Jonathan Wallace announced he is challenging Republican incumbent Rep. Marcus Wiedower for District 119 on Jan. 13. Wallace lost the same seat to Wiedower in the 2018 election.
A woman told police she was raped by a man on Jan. 11 at approximately 3 a.m. near Dearing Street and Church Street, according to an Athens-Clarke County Police Department press release.
A married couple from Athens-Clarke County was sentenced to a combined total of more than 34 years in federal prison for distributing methamphetamine through the United States Postal Service.