UGA Researchers Receive Large Grant

Good news for three research professors at the University of Georgia. Professor Richard Dluhy in the chemistry department of Franklin College of Arts and Sciences, as well as Professors Stephen Tompkins and Ralph Tripp in the College of Veterinary Medicine received a grant of more than 1.1 million dollars to continue research various strains of…

Coach Fox Charity Challenge

Help Georgia Men’s Basketball Coach Mark Fox win the Infiniti Coaches’ Charity Challenge! Coach Fox, along with 48 other basketball coaches around the country are competing for a $100,000 prize to the charity they are supporting. Coach Fox has selected Coaches vs. Cancer as his cause. To help Coach Fox win: log onto the website…

Athens Music Scene Photo Exhibit

By: Brittany Chenelle At the Oconee library the exhibit for the month belongs to native Athenian and UGA Alumni Richard Fay’s photography. He’s captured a number of photographs over the years that highlight the Athens music scene. Fay’s photo exhibit started earlier in January and will continue through the end of the month. It gives…

State to State Address

Today Governor Nathan Deal announced that there will be a three percent increase for funding towards the Hope Scholarship. This is great news for students who plan on staying in Georgia to achieve a higher education. Governor Deal mentioned that it is because of Hope that keeps the best and brightest students in the Georgia,…

Travel Impacts for MLK weekend

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=IdOaH35-DuE&feature=youtu.be Athens, GA-   From rain to snow, the forecast calls for cold tempretures that may turn the roads to ice. Tonight before midnight rain is likely, snow is possible in the Athens area, and snow is probable up in the North Ga Mountains. Cold wins and black ice are some concerns to look out for…

UGA Confient in Concussion Policy

Athens, GA–Concussion prevention is gaining a lot of attention from UGA Athletics. The NFL is facing many lawsuits and the recent research found that Junior Seau’s concussions were a factor in his suicide. The UGA training and medical staff are constantly re-evaluating their concussion policy. Hit. After hit. After hit. Sometimes it just hurts to…