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.
For some people this year, losing a family member has been one of the most difficult and unrestrained experiences.
As we reach over a year of COVID-19, here are five important lessons the pandemic has taught me.
Georgia’s maps have been consistently gerrymandered, or drawn for the benefit of one political party, and under Republican rule, Athens has been one of the most gerrymandered cities in the state.
As we reach the one year anniversary of the COVID-19 outbreak, its long-term effect on college students’ mental health is becoming more apparent.
While being lonely can deter the soul, it can also fill it up in ways that many young people fear to explore.
As an Asian American, I have heard microaggressions my entire life. This past year, however, anti-Asian sentiments in the United States have been on the rise.
We have all lost so much this past year but also potentially gained things that we never expected.
For the students whose 2020 abroad programs were cut short and the students whose 2021 adventures were canceled, it’s okay to feel that loss.
UGA’s Black History Month efforts are tainted by the presence of colleges and buildings on campus named after figures with ties to white supremacy.
From the K-12 curriculum to universities across the United States, America’s education system still fails to integrate a total understanding of Black history.
I hope the restaurants that braved hell to serve people food and keep this community unique in unprecedented circumstances stop getting the life sucked out of them by food delivery apps.
We must push beyond conventional diversity and inclusion efforts that have yet to produce the scale of change needed to truly uproot the white supremacy woven into higher education and achieve social justice in our community.