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The Red & Black photo desk began a series in summer 2020 featuring Black entrepreneurs in Athens in response to reader questions about local Black-owned businesses.
Michael Gibson, a local Athens artist, turns wood into works of art. Gibson has been a woodworker his whole life, working on sailboats in his native country of England, before starting to turn his woodworking skills into art about 13 years ago.
Despite the dangers associated with working with horses, the women of the University of Georgia eventing team keep coming back.
The chairs are stacked, the bus stops empty and the hallways silent — school during a pandemic doesn’t look the same.
The UGA Panhellenic and Interfraternity Councils, which include several chapters with roots from the segregation era, have historically relied on practices of legacy, recommendations and other means of connections to recruit new members.
Despite its intention to provide need-based aid to students at UGA, the Georgia Commitment Scholarship is limited in terms of the students who qualify and the amount of aid it provides.
AthFest was one of the many events canceled or postponed this summer due to to COVID-19. The Red & Black photo desk took a look at the summer that could have been, comparing socially distanced, mask-mandated Athens to the Athens that hosted the 23rd annual AthFest.