Category: Entertainment

Perks of International ‘Talk Like a Pirate’ Day

This is not your average Monday. It’s International ‘Talk Like a Pirate’ Day, and it comes with free Krispy Kreme donuts. According to their event page, you must talk like a pirate to qualify for one glazed donut. To receive a dozen, you either have to dress up like a pirate or show workers that…

Arts in the Park at Hurricane Shoals Kicks Off Saturday

Maysville, GA- The Tumbling Water Society and Hurricane Shoals Park are holding the annual Arts in the Park Festival on September 17 and 18. Events include a 5k Mill Race, a Civil War battle reenactment, and a bluegrass festival. Heritage Village, a collection of historic, 19th century buildings, will hold soap making, broom making, and…

Sanford Stadium; No More Free Refills Highlight Changes

Athens, GA– The heat and the score weren’t the only things that fans were complaining about after the Georgia Bulldogs football game against Nicholls State on September 10. The UGA Athletic Association will no longer offer free refills on souvenir cups at concession stands inside the stadium. UGA Assistant Director of Marketing and Athletic Association…

UGA Student’s Sign Video of “Can’t Stop the Feeling” goes viral

Can’t stop the sharing, that is what happened to one University of Georgia student’s “Can’t stop the feeling” sign language video. The video shows that even though someone can’t hear the music, doesn’t mean they cant enjoy the music video Haley Beach, a second-year Communication Science and Disorders Major truly has a passion for signing and…

A Look Into An Oconee County Dispatcher’s Life

WATKINSVILLE, GA | Her childhood consisted of waking up in the middle of the night, packing into the car, and handing out water to firefighters or lending a helping hand in any way during fire emergencies. Beth Farrington comes from a family that has dedicated their lives to serve their community. Her father, brother, husband,…

5 Things to Watch Wednesday

Here at Grady Newsource, it is the LAST class for the Monday/Wednesday news-team. We have loved our time here and learned a lot. Here is the last “5 Things to Watch Wednesday” (p.s: tune in LIVE @5PM for our last show!) No Guns Please- Yet another anti-campus carry rally will take place at the UGA arch…

Black, Educated and Single: Why Black Love Matters

Sixty percent of educated black women, ages 25-34 have never been married. That’s almost double the number of white women who are married in that age group. The reasons for these declining numbers are complex and deeply rooted in African-American history. In this 6-part series, reporter Kalyn Wilson investigates this trend by speaking with undergraduate…

Extra Special People Summer Camp

Athens, GA–“Teammates” is probably not the first word that comes to mind when you think about Georgia and Georgia Tech. However, that’s exactly what they are today as they reveal their design plans for a summer camp for Extra Special People. Georgia and Georgia Tech students will present their designs to ESP representatives, campers and…