UGA Photojournalism Students at the Petit Le Mans

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16 students, 4 editors, 55 GB of data, 25,000 photos, 1,000 miles – all in a day

A view into tattoos.

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The Pain & Wonder of tattoos

A Day in Florence, Italy

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Florence, Italy. Even now, the sound of the city’s name brings a soft smile.

Expand Your World, Stay in a Hostel

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Water Shortage Changing Green Strategies

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While water is normally used for cooling, some are finding alternative methods for keeping things cool and watered.

Drought Has Trickle-down Effect on Economy

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Lake businesses are finding that closed ramps are having a trickle-down effect on the area economy.

The Case for the Date

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Fifty years ago, men paid for dinner, women swooned over suitors, and the word “date” was a verb.

Low Lake Levels Leaving Boats High and Dry

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Area boaters are finding some of their boats sitting on dry land after the water has receded. However, some are finding better fishing from less water.

Botanical Garden Cutting Corners During Drought

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The State Botanical Garden of Georgia has found water shortages limiting plant irrigation and water displays.

Gardens Suffering From Lack of Water During Drought

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Garden clubs in South Carolina and Georgia reflect on how the drought has changed planting patterns and curbed gardens.

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