Day: April 24, 2018

Profile: David Hazinski

Grady Newsource professor David Hazinski retires this semester after 31 years at the Grady College of Journalism and Mass Communication. Hazinski built Grady Newsource–formerly called University News and Newsource 15–from the ground up starting in 1987, so we wanted to thank him by telling his story. David Hazinski grew up in a Polish coal-mining town…

Grady Explains: What Can Be Taxed?

According to the Department of Revenue, “Georgia Alcohol Taxes are collected by the wholesaler at time of delivery to the retailer. The wholesalers remit all taxes collected to the Department of Revenue” Each type of spirit and wine is taxed differently, but all tax is add before the alcohol reaches the retailer. This price is added…

Pets Help Manage Mental Illness

Students gathered in the school of social work today to display their research on human and animal bonds. Research shows animals may be part of the solution for certain mental health issues. Professor Trisha Reeves, says animals play an important role in many people’s lives. “Our animals are a part of our home, a part…

Twilight Brings Business Downtown

Athens host many events situated downtown, but not quite as unique as Twilight. An economic boom for businesses situated in or around downtown, this two day event crowd the streets of Athens. Vendors, competitors, and spectators file into town early on Friday in order to secure a spot for the event. Some people show up…

Grady Explains: Net Neutrality

The Federal Communications Commission’s partial repeal of the Open Internet Order net neutrality rules took effect yesterday, but what does that mean? Grady Newsource explains. What is the Open Internet Order? The Open Internet Order was issued by the FCC in 2015, and it changed the classification of internet access from an “information service” to…