In September, the Glynn County Commission reintroduced last year’s temporary alcohol ban on St. Simons Island’s East Beach, commonly known among University of Georgia football fans as “Frat Beach.” The ban will go into effect for Oct. 29 and 30, the weekend Georgia faces off against the Univ…
Students at the University of Georgia were asked their thoughts on the Texas abortion law, as well as how they would feel if similar legislation passed in Georgia.
With Georgia's senate runoff election in the midst of early voting, it's important to keep in mind the reality of the current state of politics.
Semester's end adds new difficulties to preventing the spread of coronavirus. Whether living on-campus or going home to friends and family, we're all looking for ways to lessen the burden of the pandemic. Look safely, please.
When I got an email last May looking for applicants for a social media position with The Red & Black’s Special Publications team, I knew I had to apply, both out of need for work and interest in the subject. My original internship had been canceled because of COVID-19, and I needed somet…
Meditation is a great way to manage stress and practice mindfulness. Considering the current state of the pandemic, now is the time to dust off your yoga mat.
Police brutality in Nigeria has escalated to unjust levels of murder and corruption through the creation of a police unit known as SARS. As more innocent youths are killed, members of the UGA community demand change.
Social media has positive and negative impacts on society, but since its inception, those impacts have contributed to an ideological divide in the U.S.
The work of Kamala Harris has culminated in her earning the seat of Vice President-elect. This accomplishment has rejuvenated faith in our country's growth and exists as a step towards the future.
The Red & Black asked students for their thoughts and feelings about the cancellation of next semester's spring break.
For weeks Nigerians have been protesting SARS, the Special Anti-Robbery Squad, a corrupt police unit in Nigeria with an extensive history of violence and lawlessness dating back to its founding in 1984.
Election results are still coming in, and as the American people sit on the edge of their seats, a moment of reflection provides some comfort in the face of fear and uncertainty.
If the last few elections are anything to go by, voting trends in the U.S. have gone up. With a most contentious election on our hands, now more than ever is the time to vote.
Despite the many trials and tribulations of 2020, the U.S. could have mitigated numerous catastrophes. We have a responsibility to do better.
As early voting continues across the nation, the state of Georgia is experiencing a blue shift, which is spurred by diverse and youthful voters who seek to better the world through change.
News from Washington -- UGA students involved in Study Abroad programs are still thriving, despite the pandemic.