As people of color, this is the time for us to unite to fight for racial equality and justice.
This is the longest war America’s ever seen, so when President Joe Biden says we’ll be out of Afghanistan by September 2021, don’t blame me for not believing him.
Last year, the COVID-19 pandemic allowed me to return home to fast with my family. At the time, I wasn’t ready to experience my first Ramadan alone, but this year, I was.
In a state entrenched in disenfranchisement tactics, Senate Bill 202 only worsens Georgia's voting rights issues.
For too long, Asian Americans have been swept under the rug. No more are the days of being dismissed as the model minority. Enough is enough.
When we only recognize men, mostly white men, as contributors to our nation’s history, we are sending a message to our students. Women become the null curriculum. We are committing curriculum violence.
Today is the day of action for the #SaveStudentNewsrooms campaign, recognizing the importance of supporting student journalism. Here is The Red & Black's story from the past year.
Many colleges remain divided over the controversies of a vaccine requirement. Yet there are undeniable benefits that can arise from a vaccinated student population and campus community.
Offering discounted parking passes for students with electric cars may push students to make the switch to electric, and more students driving electric cars would mean fewer emissions.
We must take greater action to prevent sexual assault, harrassment and violence against women globally and locally, and our own UGA community is a crucial place to start.
What if we had a commuter train between Athens and Atlanta? With communities and campuses connected, those 72 miles would never feel shorter.
The recent crisis in Texas emphasizes, once again, the dangers of our nation’s negligence toward a changing climate.
Three bills containing anti-transgender legislation were proposed in Georgia this session, and though all of them died, it’s a clear sign that our state legislators are actively entertaining transphobia.
The university’s reasoning behind keeping Legion Pool closed is irrational and at variance with its decisions to open other, less-safe UGA recreational facilities this semester.
For property management in a college town like Athens, it’s a race to the top. And if rent is going to keep shooting up for UGA students, it better come with the basics.
As a freshman out-of-state student traveling home during a pandemic, I experienced new challenges in anticipation of Passover.