Month: December 2017

By Josie Wall   Traditionally, college campuses have served as long standing forums for free speech, but recent events have left campuses feeling the strain of speech code limitations. Political protests have sparked large assemblies on school grounds, some turning violent. Incidents at the University of California at Berkeley, the University of Florida, Middlebury College…

Marketing as an Entrepreneur: Before and After Social Media

By Kelly Miller There are 2.46 billion active users on social media. Of those 2.46 billion, 40 percent follow their favorite brands on social media, according to the Global Web Index, a technology company providing audience-profiling data to marketers. Since the rapid rise of social media, beginning around 2010, business owners had to quickly learn…

By Savannah McCoy Inside the classrooms and offices at the University of Georgia, professors and administrators run the academic functions of one of the oldest public institutions in America. Although the university’s primary goal is to educate, it provides several other services that professors have little part in. Next time one grabs a burger from…

By Angelina Lewis   University of Georgia Master of Fine Arts student Katherine Butcher underwent a nine-month fitness journey for her thesis role in the university’s biggest production of the year, “Cabaret.” Butcher, given the lead role of Sally Bowles, took this performance seriously. The actress began working with a personal trainer, tweaked her diet…