Gamma Phi Beta’s decision is part of a larger initiative to increase diversity within the organization.
Search / 18 results found Showing: 1-10 of 18
Rev. C.T. Vivian and Congressman John Lewis were towering figures in the civil rights movement. It's up to us to continue their work.
The University of Georgia needs to do more to make amends for its past.
While President Jere Morehead states the university handled the Baldwin Hall situation appropriately, concerned students feel otherwise.
As they grow up, children begin modeling their lives based on parental influence and lean toward their parents’ religious beliefs, political i…
At the end of the 2018 midterm elections, a record number of women had won seats in Congress. Montgomery wants even more representation.
The story of the Hardman football legacy doesn’t begin with Hardman Jr.’s arrival on the Georgia campus in 2016. Its roots can be traced back 30 years to his father with the same name.
Sanford Eugene “Gene” Younts of Austell died on Aug. 21 at 87, leaving behind a legacy of growing University of Georgia’s Public Service and O…
For some of the 5,834 University of Georgia graduating students, the diploma they received May 4 is the gateway to a new career. For others, t…
When the quartet of Davin Bellamy, Lorenzo Carter, Nick Chubb and Sony Michel announced last December that they would all return for their senior seasons, they all envisioned their final year in Athens being a successful one.