Future Homecoming Weeks should do more to intermingle current UGA students and alumni to promote the university's traditions and school spirit.
Sen. David Perdue's acceptance of tariffs as a tool to use against China is a shift away from the free trade our economy needs.
Standardized tests have their place, but Georgia has too many of them. The state needs to mandate fewer tests to create a more relaxed and productive learning environment.
Despite its progressive reputation, Athens has lagged behind on cannabis harm reduction measures. It's time for the Athens government to take the issue seriously and be a trailblazer in progressive cannabis policy.
The students we interviewed expressed frustration with Georgia's play calling and disappointment with the loss to South Carolina, but there was also some optimism that the loss would help the team get better.
Due to the rise of gun violence in America, active shooter drills have become far more frequent and prevalent throughout the nation. Schools have students and teachers simulate situations in which there is an on-campus shooter threat in order to prepare for a possible real-life situation. Pr…
Health care will be a crucial issue in the 2020 election. Democrats face a difficult choice: nominate a safe candidate who wishes to simply expand the Affordable Care Act or a riskier candidate who supports Medicare for All, which will have greater long-term benefits.
Of the students we interviewed, most opposed the controversial law, although one student expressed that he was generally pro-life.
Gov. Brian Kemp is requiring anyone interested in filling Sen. Johnny Isakson's Senate seat to apply online. Though unusual, the decision adds much-appreciated transparency to what would be an otherwise opaque process.
If the 2020 SPLOST referendum passes, the county could give much-needed funding to providing affordable housing. This will reduce inequality and make Athens a more equitable place to live
For those looking to have new experiences for a low cost, the National Student Exchange is a great option to study at colleges across the U.S. and Canada.
The NCAA's policy to disallow student-athletes from profiting off their likenesses and hiring an agent is unjust. California's new law will help restore crucial rights to student-athletes.
Women have long been an underrepresented and underpaid group in financial fields. UGA and the Terry College of Business can be leaders in fixing these inequalities.
The UGA Law School's planned First Amendment clinic will help fight a growing issue of silenced opinions on college campuses.
The mistreatment of students during the UGA-Notre Dame game was symptomatic of a bigger problem. The UGA Athletic Association must do a better job at meeting students wishes.
Of the students we talked to, all who would go on the record believed that House Democratic leadership was justified in starting an impeachment inquiry because of President Donald Trump's phone call with the President of Ukraine, although some believed that President Trump should have already faced impeachment for previous actions.