As the spring 2021 semester approaches, University of Georgia students are preparing for a fresh start. As the COVID-19 pandemic persists into the new year, students at UGA are both hopeful and conflicted with the first day of classes nearing on Jan. 13.
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The first week of October marked the beginning of Domestic Violence Awareness Month, and the University of Georgia’s Relationship and Sexual V…
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The emotional transition to college is a major undertaking and requires a lot of flexibility and adjustment.
The Clarke County Health Department regularly does health inspections in the Classic City to ensure the restaurants are following safe food handling procedures for their customers. Here is a look at how restaurants and bars in Athens fared during their last health inspections, most of which occurred in late 2013 or early this year.
Georgia was one of 19 states to see obesity decline in low-income preschoolers between 2008 and 2011, the Centers for Disease Control and Prev…
A Red & Black article scheduled for publication today reports that the number of people who receive treatment from Counseling and Psychiatry Services (CAPS) at the UGA Health Center has increased by 30 percent in the past year.
And, though the interpretation of this statistic could be construed many different ways, we find it comforting to know that more University students are showing faith in the mental health professionals who are here to serve our campus.
Not so comforting, however, is the consequence of the increased CAPS attendance rate — an extended waiting list.