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With finals starting May 5, many students are scrambling to ensure their final grade stays consistent during exams, whether that involves studying for hours on end, taking care of their mental health, or just drinking coffee. Especially as classes operate to their full capacity and rigor as …

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The month of Ramadan is the ninth month of the Islamic calendar, which Muslims believe is the holiest month of the year. Ramadan is celebrated by fasting from sunrise to sunset, reading the Quran and gathering with family and friends for iftar, the breaking of the daily fast. This year, the …

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As the Super Bowl approaches, many students are anxious to see who will take home the title. With the Los Angeles Rams having last won in 1999, and the Cincinnati Bengals having never won a title, this is expected to be an exciting game. Matthew Stafford will be the first former Georgia quar…

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With the omicron variant surging, many University of Georgia students contracted COVID-19 over winter break. The Red & Black previously reported COVID-19 cases more than tripled at UGA during the week of Jan. 3-9 compared to the previous week, according to the university’s reporting syst…

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In this opinion article, contributor Emma Griffin argues that if the University of Georgia won't enforce mask mandates on buses, students and the university community must take the initiative to wear masks on their own.

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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…

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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…

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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.