News, Science and Health Round-Up
September 12, 2011 by Crissinda Ponder
South Georgia newspapers now online
Digitized and searchable editions of Albany, Americus, Thomasville and Valdosta newspapers are now online and a part of the University of Georgia’s Digital Library of Georgia, The Atlanta Journal-Constitution reports.
UGA Students Demonstrate to Save Rutherford Hall, reads a Patch.com headline. Alongside the Student Historic Preservation Organization, the residents of Rutherford Hall participated in the “This Place Matters” program, which is aimed at highlighting important places in the community.
In a post 9/11 world, UGA students recall what it was like
The Athens Banner-Herald features students involved with the UGA Muslim Student Association.
UGA set to hold first monthly observatory open house to allow public stargaze
The Associated Press reports that UGA’s department of physics and astronomy will host its first monthly observatory open house on Sept. 23. Observers will be able to see various constellations and astronomical sights if skies are clear.
UGA Students Open Food Pantry
Nearly 20 student groups planned and stocked the student-run pantry, which opened for business on Friday, reports Georgia Public Broadcasting.