Grady Capstone Journalist

This piece was crafted by a student in the Multiplatform Newsroom: Projects course at the Grady College of Journalism and Mass Communication, University of Georgia.

Student Housing Affects Revitalization of Hancock Neighborhood

Fourteen years ago when residents Miki Lu and Nathan Peters moved into the Hancock ...

Bucking the Trend: Life Away from Downtown and Campus

Athens has seen many large, luxury student housing complexes built downtown and around campus ...

Ride-Sharing Services Have Effect on Athens DUI Rates

Ride-sharing services have become popular over the past few years. In Athens, Georgia, these ...

Abrams Weighs In On Housing Concerns, Kemp Remains Quiet

Housing policy affects the places people live, the schools they attend, the jobs they ...

Discrimination in Athens: Big Problem, Little Evidence

According to residents, Athens, Georgia has been home to discriminatory practices, a broad issue ...

Athens Housing Market Struggles to Accomodate Growing Demand

The median selling price for houses in Athens, Georgia, has increased almost $40,000 in ...

Books for a Bargain: An Independent Bookstore Settles Comfortably in College Town

Normal Books is an independent bookstore on Prince Avenue, providing the Athens community with ...

Recently-Enacted Hard Liquor Ban Has Potential For Adverse Effects, Students Say

Fraternity members on the University of Georgia campus are complying with the hard liquor ...

Back to School: 71-Year-Old Recent College Graduate Continues to Learn

Correction: In an earlier version of this article, the reporter did not clarify that ...

21-Year-Old Business Creates Pottery with Purpose

Cool, slippery clay takes shape under the hands of students, the malleable material being ...

The New Sp0rt L@ndscap3: UGA eSports, Industry Continue Growth

ATHENS — The University of Georgia esports club started with 50-60 people in 2015. ...

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