Life Among the Clouds
Posted 7 months ago

by Shanda Crowe

Mayberry Tire and Wheel
Posted 7 months ago

by Heather E. Pitts

 

Mayberry Tire and Wheel
Sculpture and Sustainability
Posted 2 years ago

by Lyric Lewin

Blending marketing and compassion, Rachel Barnes looks for a way to help Masai women.

Sculpture and Sustainability
It Just Kind Of Happened
Posted 2 years ago

by Lindsay Boyle

Steve Wilson didn't want to be a sheriff, it wasn't his dream. But it happened in 1996 when he was elected sheriff of Walker County, Georgia.

 

It Just Kind Of Happened
One Weekend in Hart County
Posted 2 years ago

Seventeen students, six editors, one mission: visually document one county.

Known more for the man-made Lake Hartwell that straddles the Georgia-South Carolina border, students from the University of Georgia’s Grady College…

One Weekend in Hart County
Pollen Count Sets Record
Posted 3 years ago

Pollen counts across north Georgia climbed again on Tuesday, eclipsing the old record for the first day of spring at 9,369 particles in each cubic meter of air.

Pollen Count Sets Record
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News

Mayberry Tire and Wheel

by Heather E. Pitts  

April 10, 2014 | Leave a Comment

It Just Kind Of Happened

by Lindsay Boyle Steve Wilson didn’t want to be a sheriff, it wasn’t his dream. But it happened in 1996 when he was elected sheriff of Walker County, Georgia.  

December 5, 2012 | Leave a Comment

One Weekend in Hart County

Seventeen students, six editors, one mission: visually document one county. Known more for the man-made Lake Hartwell that straddles the Georgia-South Carolina border, students from the University of Georgia’s Grady College of Journalism and Mass Communication’s Documentary Photography course set out to see what life inside Hart County looked and sounded like. Gathering in the […]

May 15, 2012 | 4 Comments

The Family Business

By Sarah Osbourne

May 15, 2012 | Leave a Comment

More Than a Gas Station

By Wes Blankenship

May 15, 2012 | Leave a Comment


Sports

Sports Round-up

In this week’s sports round-up, see what President Adams’ prediction is for the SEC game against LSU, what the Gym Dogs were ranked in their preseason and which team the Lady Bulldog’s won a 37-point victory against.

December 2, 2011 | Leave a Comment

Sports Round-up

Check out which three highschool students have been signed to Georgia’s mens basketball team, which university was recently accepted into the SEC and which Georgia football player was recently placed on probation.

November 11, 2011 | Leave a Comment

Sports Round-Up

Here’s more info on a Georgia soccer player who has always had a love for the sport, a football player with an interesting past, and the Dawgs’ anticipation on making it to the SEC.

November 4, 2011 | Leave a Comment

Sports Round-Up

In this week’s sports round-up, former Bulldogs play in the UFL, the Bulldogs fall to Alabama in volleyball and the football Dawgs defeat the Gators with a 24-20 win.

October 30, 2011 | Leave a Comment

Sports Round-Up

In this week’s sports round-up, the SEC investigates the Georgia-Vandy postgame confrontation, former Bulldog quarterback David Greene advocates for kids affected by HIV/AIDS and Mark Richt wishes a big-time football prospect happy birthday.

October 21, 2011 | Leave a Comment


Health & Science

A Peek at the Cheeks

February 17, 2014 | Leave a Comment

Working Wakefield Farm

By Kristy Densmore

May 15, 2012 | 1 Comment

Getting Well, Locally

By Cody Schmelter

May 15, 2012 | 1 Comment

New Genome Sequencing of 2011 E. Coli Outbreaks in Europe Provides New Clues Into Origins the of Disease

The European E.coli outbreak made headlines last summer as the death toll mounted to 50, as 4,000 suffered bloody diarrhea, and as an unprecedented number of victims suffered kidney failure. This was the largest outbreak of foodborne E.coli illness on record, but it could have been worse.  Investigators used a high-speed DNA sequencing technology to  […]

May 7, 2012 | Leave a Comment

Your Mother May Outlive You

If American women believe that they are destined to outlive their male counterparts, they may need to think again. Right now, life expectancy in the United States is 81.3 for women and 76.2 for men. But new data released on April 19, shows that men are now outpacing women in lifespan gains. Even more surprising […]

May 7, 2012 | Leave a Comment


Arts & Leisure

Life Among the Clouds

by Shanda Crowe

April 10, 2014 | Leave a Comment

Sculpture and Sustainability

by Lyric Lewin Blending marketing and compassion, Rachel Barnes looks for a way to help Masai women.

December 6, 2012 | Leave a Comment

Hang It Up Together

By Maura Friedman

May 15, 2012 | 5 Comments

Bluegrass Express

By Lane Johnson

May 15, 2012 | 2 Comments

Mary Dilworth

By Kimberly Parks

May 15, 2012 | 3 Comments


Commentary

Social Media’s Effect on Communication

By Nicole Peterson Don’t get caught using a flip phone, CD player, or updating your MySpace around campus. In today’s society you are a part of the in-crowd as long as you have a smart phone and an account with a popular social networking site. The avenues to communication have expanded and the majority of […]

November 17, 2011 | 1 Comment

Wallstreet occupiers shut out privilege

Without major attempts to rectify instances of racism, classism, and sexism, Occupy Wall Street will survive only as a raucous group of angry, white, professional, middle-class, men.

November 14, 2011 | Leave a Comment

iPad vs. Playbook: Tablet Throwdown

By: Samantha German Whether you want to slide through pictures, surf the web, or type a last minute email, the Apple iPad and BlackBerry PlayBook can do both. But, which one has more bang for its buck? Although the mastermind behind Apple, Steve Jobs, passed in October 2011, his legacy will continue through his many […]

November 10, 2011 | Leave a Comment

The Town – Film Review

Bank robbery has never appeared as abrasively gritty as it does in Ben Affleck’s second stab at director, ‘”The Town.” Affleck and Jeremy Renner star as blue-collar outlaws in Charlestown, Mass. – a town with an infamous title for most bank robbers in one square mile.  The gang assembled for each heist is highly skilled, […]

September 22, 2010 | 1 Comment

Flu vaccine success should spill over

More kids and adults received the regular flu vaccine this flu season than last year, the CDC reported this week. Forty percent of the population rolled up their sleeves for a shot in the arm late in 2009 and early this year. During the previous flu season, only 33 percent of country was vaccinated. Twitter […]

May 6, 2010 | Leave a Comment