The Red & Black reviewed issues of the university’s Pandora yearbook from 1925-2010, along with our archives dating back to 1893, and found multiple examples of racist imagery related to both blackface and other racial caricatures.
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The University of Georgia chapter of Sigma Nu honors its brother Cameron Fearon, who died of cancer in August, through its first “Jam for Cam”…
Five Athens businesses set aside 20 percent of their sales Thursday for “A Night for Knox,” a fundraising event for Knox Martin, who was diagnosed with a stage-2 cancerous brain tumor.
On Thursday Oct. 19, several Athens businesses will be setting aside 20 percent of their proceeds to help out one bulldog family.
The Bulldogs Battling Breast Cancer and Phi Gamma Delta charity event, “Battle of the Bands” at the Georgia Theatre, ended with an unexpected …
There are some words that are capable of completely untying the tightly wound fabric of people’s lives. Sometimes, as few as two words can ravage a family and destroy their concept of normality. For Jay and Teresa Abbott’s family, two of these dreaded words did just that in 2003: breast cancer.
The distinctiveness of Athens’ music scene is undeniable. Even more characteristic of the Classic City are the number of spur-of-the-moment bands, more focused on the joys of making music instead of creating the foundations for a longwinded career.
If anything, Southerners are proud to be from the South.
Phi Gamma Delta has brought home the cup.