UGA’s Black History Month efforts are tainted by the presence of colleges and buildings on campus named after figures with ties to white supremacy.
From the K-12 curriculum to universities across the United States, America’s education system still fails to integrate a total understanding of Black history.
I hope the restaurants that braved hell to serve people food and keep this community unique in unprecedented circumstances stop getting the life sucked out of them by food delivery apps.
We must push beyond conventional diversity and inclusion efforts that have yet to produce the scale of change needed to truly uproot the white supremacy woven into higher education and achieve social justice in our community.
How one reporter navigates journalism — and the world — as a queer person.
I was excessively dedicated to ballet and knew I needed my body to show that dedication if I would ever make it professionally.
Sororities and fraternities, especially at UGA and other large SEC schools, perpetuate the extremities of traditional, outdated gender stereotypes.
What's a college experience without small talk and friendly acquaintances?
In a nation shaded in red and blue, local news tends to be more moderate and encompassing of its audience, unlike some divisive players at the national level.
Due to the current economic challenges and an undermined college experience, the University of Georgia should consider reducing tuition for at least the next academic year.
As a woman who belongs to Gen Z, I have found it difficult to engage in American politics due to both the generational and gender gaps between those in political power and myself. Amanda Gorman and her poem gave me a new sense of empowerment.
After the insurrection of Jan. 6, some Republicans are happy to leave Donald Trump and his style of governing in the past. But is the GOP’s future Marjorie Taylor Greene?
Diversity is the cornerstone of any thriving community. Religious diversity should be included in the call for inclusion.
As we enter Black History Month, we should reflect on what is yet to be accomplished and work harder for a true presence of justice.
As we enter another semester with coronavirus still looming, UGA students should be allowed to choose a virtual option for any course based on their individual needs.
With the U.S. in the midst of a raging pandemic, a social justice reckoning and a political environment muddled by misinformation, it’s only natural that conspiracy theories are garnering so much attention.