Space travel is possibly our species’ greatest feat, and it should not be beholden to quarterly reports.
Georgia’s recent Democratic victories in the 2020 presidential election and the Senate runoff elections could point towards a new political trajectory in the state.
Although I struggled my freshman year, it was worth it in the end. A year later, everything has paid off.
Although the pandemic forced us to isolate ourselves in our homes, we would have been far worse off without technology.
While the teaching of critical race theory in primary schools may be imaginary, the harm created by states passing teaching bans is real.
Women must continue to test the system in order to amend its weaknesses. The only way to do so is to fight the hard fight with our voices.
By allowing the public and private sectors to pass the buck on substantial climate policy, nongovernmental organizations are a distraction.
Biden could have revived the political fortunes of Iran's reformists just in time for the country's election, setting the stage for years of future diplomatic efforts for the rest of his presidency. The president not only failed to do this, but he didn’t even try.
Now more than ever, students deserve to feel able and prepared to defend themselves against perpetrators of any type. Regardless of gender, size or strength, there is no better protection mechanism than confidence in knowing we can fend for ourselves.
Students should be able to do schoolwork at home pantsless if they choose.
If you are wondering about your own sexuality, maybe even struggling with it and feeling like you might identify with the bisexual label, it can be difficult to imagine ever coming out to anyone after hearing disparaging and hurtful comments.
The power of technology is so strong that students often fail to recognize the influence it has over their opinions.
Paying for classes that do not count in the total number of hours we need to graduate is not fair.
We build athletes up for their prowess on the court or the field, but both sports associations and fans strip them of their humanity.
UGA, and every education institution regardless of size or location, should mandate a financial literacy course for all students as a graduation requirement.
There is no better way to show resistance and resilience against actions like SB 202 than to directly pull money and jobs, and hopefully protests like this will make lawmakers think twice next time they vote on such measures.