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 [...]
Ryan Pemberton, a senior at UGA, talks about transitioning and helping his mom understand.
Jennifer Miracle, director of UGA’s LGBTQ Resource Center, talks about her recent engagement to a trans man.
The next time you decide to take a stroll through the State Botanical Garden of Georgia, don’t forget your smart phones – not only to snap away pictures but also to scan! Technology is making an appearance is some of the least expected places and with the latest functionality of QR codes – short for [...]
Ever wonder what life might be like for UGA’s transgender staff and students? Read more to find out how the University accommodates its transgender community.
by Elizabeth Wilson
On a sweltering morning in August, 40 bright-eyed and smartly dressed medical students watched their new dean as she paced left to right, locked eyes with each student and welcomed the inaugural class to a brand-new medical school campus. Barbara L. Schuster, M.D., hired in 2008 by a high-level search committee at the Medical College [...]
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UGA Photojournalism students head east.