Drinking. Washing. Swimming. Showering. Water is essential to our lives, but due to poor monitoring, many Georgia citizens are left without clean water.
While seemingly harmless, the citizenship question would have lead to far more nefarious outcomes than proponents had said, so the Courts were right to reject the question.
Even Gov. Brian Kemp called for an investigation of the DDS's discriminatory questions against Puerto Ricans. While the issue is certainly disheartening, it's not new.
Democrats are leaning leftist on economy and healthcare, but to enact actual reform on gun control, they'll need to maintain a moderate position.
The effects of pre-K can lead to long-lasting benefits as the child ages, but some families in Georgia do not have access to it. Georgia needs to restore its once excellent early childhood education.
College is expensive, but college students might be hampering their finances with extraneous expenses. Do research and be as fiscally responsible as possible.
Georgia's health care system has been too inefficient for far too long. It needs to be improved to help all Georgians.
Everyone has a different experience coming out especially in Georgia. Safe Space training fosters the support people need to feel accepted in their community.
If fireworks hurt human ears, imagine what they're like for dogs. With such a loud holiday, be sure to remain cognizant of your dog's needs.
As we enter the 2020 presidential election, it seems there's a new earth-shattering breakthrough in how the candidates are doing and who might win. The media must tone down its hyperbole for the sake of valid reporting.
There were a lot of candidates speaking at the first Democratic debate. There were a few clear winners, while the rest had much to improve upon.
While Georgia should certainly attempt to reduce senseless spending wherever possible, our state legislation should not be included. We need to professionalize the Georgia General Assembly for more efficient politicians and legislation.
Technology is great, but it's not the fix-all solution to an issue as expansive as climate change.
AthFest. Hot Corner. Twilight. Along with Athens' one-of-a-kind music culture, these local festivals help make Athens the special college town it is.
Athens has a high poverty rate. We've known this for a while, but the issue still hasn't been thoroughly tackled. It's time to stop dragging our feet and get moving.
It seems that the strict abortion laws tackle the symptom of poor sex education, not the cause of it. Better sex education and contraceptives will benefit the state as a whole, and UGA can be the leader in that endeavor.