Asian American students at UGA reflect on their experiences with racism in light of the Atlanta mass shooting.
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As an Asian American, I have heard microaggressions my entire life. This past year, however, anti-Asian sentiments in the United States have been on the rise.
Sororities and fraternities, especially at UGA and other large SEC schools, perpetuate the extremities of traditional, outdated gender stereotypes.
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Nurie Langlois first realized the implications of being East Asian when a boy in her seventh grade class said, “Oh, Nurie speaks like ching ch…
“If you want something intelligent, this isn’t it,” said Chase Brantley, owner of the Moonlight Theater Company, as he introduced the 14-time …
Eric Deggans authored a book which explores biased journalism that fuels political agendas and poor coverage of minority groups.
From redneck jokes to "dumb Southerner" comments, it seems like we can't get a break.
But despite the widespread stereotypes and study’s findings, the academic performances of students involved in Greek life at UGA suggest that the negative link is not entirely direct. With a GPA average higher than that of the total undergraduate average, the numbers indicate that there is a healthy relationship between affiliation and a high GPA.
Athens Pride hosts a number of events throughout Sept. 3-9 to bring together the Athens LGBTQ+ community in solidarity. Unfortunately, six of …