On January 2nd, Marjorie Taylor Greene, a University of Georgia graduate, congresswoman, and representative of Georgia’s 14th district, was banned from Twitter for “repeated violations of [their] COVID-19 misinformation policy.” Facebook quickly followed suit.
As a new year begins, so does the start of yet another election season. This will be the first midterm election under President Joe Biden, with one-third of the Senate and the entire House of Representatives on the ballot. With the balance of power for the entire Congress up for grabs, this …
While the dining halls appear exciting with options, they can be daunting. Many students begin college avoiding the freshman 15, but this can become dangerous.
In this opinion article, contributor Emma Griffin argues that if the University of Georgia won't enforce mask mandates on buses, students and the university community must take the initiative to wear masks on their own.
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District 2 Commissioner Mariah Parker weighs in on "defund the police" and their optimism about the future of public safety.
This December, don’t adopt a pet just to be trendy or for your Instagram feed. If you’re going to adopt, acknowledge the responsibility and open yourself up to loving an animal.
November’s elections delivered a series of stunning losses to radical candidates across the country. It’s time for a reckoning.
It is clear UGA cares about providing essentials to students. However, when talking about student needs, the term “period poverty” is rarely used.
Nuclear energy is anything if not misunderstood, and underrated in fighting the climate crisis.
It really will be OK. I don’t know how or why, but it’s true.
Keeping daylight saving time has actually been linked to improved road safety in some studies.
Daylight saving time is an unnecessary and even dangerous practice.
For a college career built on avoiding and chasing deadlines, my procrastination met its limit: This is the last home game of my senior year. Georgia’s No. 1 and in the running for a national championship. I couldn’t be a bandwagon fan — I had to start preparing now.
Millions of commuters, businesses and various forms of transportation are using mostly nonrenewable resources for energy. We are slowly moving towards renewable sources, but as carbon emissions increase and the threat of climate change looms over the horizon, we need to speed up the process.
Using LED Christmas lights can not only make an area more festive, but also make it more energy efficient.