Of the students we talked to, all expressed support for the new vaping regulations from the Trump administration, although there were some who also expressed a desire for the government to refrain from encroaching on personal choice.
Decades ago, the Federal Urban Renewal Project forced almost 40 African American families to give up their homes in an Athens community called Linnentown. The Linnentown Project forces us to reckon with this aspect of Athens history and to consider how we can do better in the future.
You might not think it, but simply being open to a conversation with a stranger can lead to a wonderful, illuminating experience.
UGA's continued investment and improvement in its study abroad program will help students to learn and gain a better understanding of the world around them.
Alabama's decision to track students' locations at football games is disturbing, especially given that there are better ways to keep students there.
UGA has made progress in addressing its history of slavery, but there is still much more to be done. That all starts with paying workers a fair wage and working with the Athens community.
The University System of Georgia voted to cut funding for research in part of a broader effort to make Georgia's government smaller. However, these cuts are not needed and will hurt students and Georgia on a whole.
The Red Zone is the period of time between the start of classes and Thanksgiving in which the most sexual assault cases are reported. USG must address the Red Zone and fix its sexual assault policies to keep students safe.
The Georgia State Conference of the NAACP's claim that Kemp's refusal to expand Medicaid is "state-sponsored genocide" is an extreme and dangerous example of incivility in politics.
Of the UGA students we talked to, everyone thought the estimated cost of textbooks is high. However, some believed the actual cost for textbooks is lower and that the cost is justified.
Economic disparities in Georgia colleges hurt everybody. The state must address this by introducing policies that will help poorer students afford higher education.
Though students may be reluctant to go to the Career Fair, it's a great chance to look at different careers and improve professional skills.
Though Hurricane Dorian is a force of destruction, it is also a reminder of our capacity for good.
Sen. Johnny Isakson's (R-GA) sudden retirement sets the stage for a showdown in next year's election worthy of national attention.
As concerns over players' health grow and the debate over compensation for collegiate athletes rages on, football players have started to prioritize their individual interests over the team's.
Electric scooters were a nuisance last year, but it doesn't have to be that way.