The government has failed to properly address the COVID-19 pandemic. Thankfully, there's plenty individuals can do to help.
Contact tracing could help authorities slow the spread of the novel coronavirus. Still, there are some key questions about contact tracing that policymakers will have to address.
COVID-19 has forced University of Georgia researchers to stop much of their work, including animal research. Now that the pandemic has somewhat stabilized, researchers need to create a plan to humanely care for their animals in case of a second wave of COVID-19.
College football may return in the fall. However, if it is held, COVID-19 will force teams to make adjustments that may make this season unpredictable.
Although COVID-19 has been called the "great equalizer," the disease is disproportionately hurting minority communities.
COVID-19 is the latest in a long line of problems for farmers. The University of Georgia Extension is taking action to support this critical industry.
The Georgia Department of Public Health has made a few errors in reporting COVID-19 data. The department must minimize future mistakes to prevent citizens' trust in the government from eroding.
The recession caused by the COVID-19 pandemic is hurting everyone. That pain could be magnified for college students.
The United States needs practical solutions to protect the environment. The American Climate Contract offers a realistic climate change agenda that does not sacrifice the economy.
Georgia has had some encouraging COVID-19 data since the shelter-in-place order expired, but it's still too early to say whether the state has succeeded in controlling the outbreak.
On Feb. 23, Gregory and Travis McMichael killed Ahmaud Arbery, an unarmed black jogger, in Satilla Shores in Brunswick, Georgia. This tragedy shows the injustice of open carry, citizen's arrest and lethal force in self defense, and we must put pressure on Georgia policymakers to remove those laws.
President Donald Trump's lack of a coherent plan to fight the novel coronavirus continues to hurt the U.S.
Online classes aren't ideal, but they've worked well, given the circumstances. This semester has demonstrated how powerful technology can be in education.
A leaked internal GOP poll shows that Georgia Republicans may have trouble in the general election this year.
The coronavirus threatens to wipe out Georgia's financial reserves. The consequences could be devastating for Georgians.
In an Archnews email, the University of Georgia President Jere Morehead said that the University System of Georgia plans to resume in-person instruction for the fall 2020 semester. The Red & Black asked UGA students what they thought of the plans.