Every year, there are fears of getting into heated political arguments with family members. If that's you, you don't need to feel guilty about avoiding politics for a short time.
University of Georgia students had mixed opinions on whether they would prefer a longer reading period.
Though a wonderful time of the year, the holidays can inflict serious damage on the environment. Thankfully, there are easy ways to celebrate more sustainably without having to miss out on any of the festivities.
Sometimes, all someone struggling with mental health needs is someone who will listen to them. Taking the time to hear what another person is saying can make a huge difference to them.
The Federal Trade Commission's unclear guidelines for which YouTube videos to mark as directed for children could severely hurt YouTubers' ability to earn money off of their channels.
In an excerpt from an extended interview, University of Arizona linguistics professor Noam Chomsky weighs in U.S. politics.
University of Georgia students had mixed opinions on driverless cars, with some believing they would make roads safer and others viewing the technology more warily.
Gov. Brian Kemp's decision to nominate financial executive Kelly Loeffler instead of Rep. Doug Collins has drawn intense criticism from conservatives at both the state and national levels. These attempts to pressure Kemp into choosing Collins are ill-advised and could hurt Republicans' chances in future elections.
In a tweet, the People for the Ethical Treatment of Animals made the absurd claim that Uga is miserable, undermining their credibility and distracting from real issues of animal cruelty.
The stigma surrounding HIV hurts our ability to diagnose and help those with the virus. The UGA community must play a part in fighting this stigma.
STEM students tend to not be very politically involved. However, as science and technology topics are becoming increasingly relevant, it is important that STEM students become more engaged in politics.
The anti-Semitic acts at UGA and around the country should serve as a reminder that we must take an active stand against hate.
The anti-Semitic graffiti in dorm rooms hurt not just the students whose doors were defaced, but the entire UGA community.
The Atlanta Democratic debate on Nov. 20 featured a policy-oriented event with few fireworks. There was no candidate that dominated throughout the debate. Instead, many of the candidates excelled during individual policy discussions.
The controversial demonstration last week by the Center for Bio-Ethical Reform sparked heated debate on UGA's campus. However, the debate has largely failed to condemn the inappropriate comparisons of abortion to the Holocaust and genocide.
The Democratic debate in Atlanta showed the party views Georgia as a critical part of its future.