The March for Our Lives Movement is hitting local communities around the country….Athens is one of them.
Day: March 19, 2018
Public Information Officer Epifanio Rodriguez believes its important to maintain healthy relationships with the media, providing them with accurate information.
March 24th marks the first day of the 10th annual Jewish Film Festival. Before the festival begins, a special screening of “Hannah Arendt” will show on March 20th in the Miller Learning Center. Dr. Illya Winham, a lecturer in the University of Georgia’s Department of Political Science will introduce the film and lead the discussion. One…
On March 16, the University of Georgia sent out the final group of emails informing freshman admits of their acceptance. According to the University of Georgia Undergraduate Admissions page, out of the 26,500 applications, only 12,700 freshmen received acceptance emails. Check out where the class of 2022 admitted freshmen call home.
Temperatures will drop tonight with a hazardous weather outlook in effect. Tonight, the chances of rain and thunderstorms are high. Severe weather is rolling into Georgia tonight, and there is a chance of isolated tornadoes. Grady Newsource Reporter Noelle Lashley has more on how to stay safe during severe tornado weather.