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.
In light of the latest backlash against choices made by attendees at Sanford Stadium, the possibility of a mask mandate in stadiums is considered.
Ten years ago, the University System of Georgia Board of Regents banned undocumented students from attending institutions like UGA, even if they have DACA status, which runs in the face of the university's slogan, "birthplace of public higher education." Now more than ever, UGA's policies must reflect its sentiment.
The University of Georgia always talks about doing better for marginalized communities, but never actually does better. Time and again, instead of addressing the root cause of the disease, the university addresses the symptoms. This cycle reeks of abuse.
With midterms creeping ever closer, the process of mass online testing is once again called into question.
Vocal opponents of the ongoing movement for equality and racial justice must understand why change comes in the form of protest, and why the activism of younger generations will continue to turn the tide.
A personal reflection from two UGA students on the fortitude required for dancers to transform years of blood, sweat and tears into beautiful artistry and athleticism onstage.
The Red & Black asked students about the emotional impact of Chadwick Boseman’s death and the legacy of the character T’Challa, the Black Panther.
An angry voice joins the growing chorus of community members, one that is unafraid to back up candor with the tried-and-true research befitting of a UGA graduate student.
The Red & Black asked students at the University of Georgia how they felt about the president's impending ban of the popular social media app, Tik Tok.
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.