Georgia Republicans depend on rural Georgia, but some of their policies and proposals could hurt those communities.
A new bill introduced by House Democrats in the Georgia General Assembly would allow immigrants with temporary permission to stay in the U.S. to pay in-state tuition at Georgia’s public universities, giving them the tools they need to succeed in society and benefiting everyone
The University of Georgia has begun using its electric buses on campus. The Red & Black asked UGA students what they thought of UGA's electric bus initiative.
Rep. Jody Hice represents Athens and the University of Georgia because of gerrymandering, but many of his views on women are regressive.
Athens has experienced some strange weather in February. Still, environmentalists should be careful before blaming these weather patterns on climate change.
The Academy Awards show is barometer of our progress as a society. This year marked an improvement over previous years, but the Academy still has a long way to go.
The U.S. is seeing a growing acceptance of drug treatments, a development that could provide substantial health benefits.
College policies seem to dominate the political discussion. However, in some ways, stronger early education policies offer larger benefits.
Athens-Clarke Animal Services has received public backlash over its decision making. Kristall Barber, the newly-hired ACC Animal Services director, could bring the experience and expertise needed to solve ACC Animal Services' problems.
As mental health becomes a growing problem on college campuses, it's important that there is a diverse range of services to address needs specific to different communities. Groups like The Healing Circle and La Clinica in LaK’ech help to fill some of those gaps.
It seems like there's no end to the daily drama in the Clarke County School District Board of Education. The constant scandals and fighting need to stop so that the BOE can focus on helping students.
Because of its place at the start of the primary season, Iowa has too much power over our politics. We should instead move to a system in which all states hold their primaries at once and offer ranked-choice voting.
Now that the 2020 University of Georgia Student Government Association executive tickets have been announced, The Red & Black asked UGA students what they think SGA candidates could do to improve the university.
Although there's been some local favorites that have closed, the success of other small businesses shows there's still a demand for the local stores critical to Athens culture.
European study abroad programs are popular among University of Georgia students, but non-European programs offer a better experience.
A growing number of children are accumulating school lunch debt. This is a burden on families, so the Georgia government should step in to ensure that children can receive meals at school for free.