Fields of dreams

May 9, 2011 by · Leave a Comment 

It’s a sunny Sunday afternoon, 75 degrees with the occasional breeze, and a college student is teaching the basics of ultimate Frisbee to a toddler. The child starts to learn the concept of catching, but seems content to just run around with the disc. Nearby, a man lies in a hammock strategically positioned between trees […]

Dawgs training dogs

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It’s 7 a.m. Monday morning, and University of Georgia student Danielle Russell’s alarm has begun to buzz. As the sophomore animal science major opens her eyes, preparing to begin another week of classes, studying and working at UGA’s Veterinary Teaching Hospital, she hears the clicking sound of little nails tapping on plastic. In the midst […]

John Isner’s trip to fame

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Before he won a record-setting 11- hour match, earning him an ESPY award for best record breaking performance, or found himself among the Top 20 tennis players in the world, he was a just like you and I – a Georgia Bulldog. Similarly, John Isner earned the right to walk through the famed Arch on […]