The Red & Black asked Grady students and alumni whether they thought the University of Georgia should change the name of the Henry W. Grady College of Journalism and Mass Communication.
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.
After canceling commencement for the spring 2020 semester, the University of Georgia has rescheduled the in-person ceremonies. Now, the undergraduate ceremony is scheduled for Oct. 16, and the graduate ceremony is scheduled for Dec. 18. The Red & Black asked graduating UGA students what they think about this decision.
The Red & Black asked University of Georgia students in Athens how the Athens Mayor and Commission's shelter-in-place ordinance has affected them.
The COVID-19 pandemic has changed life in Athens and around the world. The Red & Black asked University of Georgia students how the virus has affected them and if they are taking any precautions to protect themselves from the virus.
The Red & Black asked University of Georgia students if they would prefer having a long spring break or a few shorter breaks.
Following the closings of several local Athens businesses, The Red & Black asked University of Georgia students how they felt about these changes.
The University of Georgia has begun using its electric buses on campus. The Red & Black asked UGA students what they thought of UGA's electric bus initiative.
Now that the 2020 University of Georgia Student Government Association executive tickets have been announced, The Red & Black asked UGA students what they think SGA candidates could do to improve the university.
The Red & Black asked University of Georgia students their reactions to the coronavirus outbreak.
After an unusually warm 2019 and start to 2020, The Red & Black asked University of Georgia students what they thought about the high temperatures and whether they felt they were related to climate change.
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University of Georgia students had differing opinions on the longer academic semester and how they would adjust UGA's Academic Calendar.
University of Georgia students had mixed opinions on whether they would prefer a longer reading period.
University of Georgia students had mixed opinions on driverless cars, with some believing they would make roads safer and others viewing the technology more warily.