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Students line up for free merchandise during last year’s Ramsey Palooza event at the University of Georgia Ramsey Student Center in Athens, Georgia on November 8, 2018. “The first event I attended was because I heard they had free T-shirts and other free stuff so I started going,” UGA sophomore Claire Ajuebor said. “If you throw in something free it’s cool because it’s something I can keep, it reminds me of the event and everything like that.” (Photo Courtesy/UGA Recreational Sports)

Popularity of Substance-Free Activities at UGA Continues to Grow

Students at the University of Georgia are starting to push back against the alcohol-infused ...

Electric Buses Are Coming to UGA For Next School Year

UGA has recently signed a contract with South Carolina tech company Proterra and will ...

Athens Clarke-County Plans to Eliminate Cash Bail System

The Athens-Clarke County Commission and mayor plan to eliminate bail for local ordinance violations. ...

Athens-Clarke County Police Department Offers Online Incident Reports

Athens Clarke County residents can now file incident reports digitally. It’s important we have ...

UGA Researchers First in the World to Genetically Modify Lizards

For the first time ever, a lizard has been successfully genetically modified, and it ...

Emergency Medical Service Shortage Affects Northeast Georgia

A nationwide shortage of Emergency Medical Service personnel has swept the nation, including counties ...

Barrow County Parents Charged With Child Abuse While 4-Month-Old Is In Hospital

A Barrow County father was arrested March 28 for abusing his 4-month-old boy, according ...

Nnenne Onyioha-Clayton, Athens for Everyone event coordinator, and Rachelle Berry, a University of Georgia doctoral student and prison reform activist, discuss opposition to unpaid prison labor in Athens-Clarke County. (Photo/Raphaëla Alemán)

Use of Unpaid Inmate Labor Scrutinized in Athens-Clarke County

 On March 22, Athens for Everyone released a statement reaffirming their position against unpaid ...

Food for Fines Program Allows Trade Off: Canned Goods for Relief on Parking Tickets

The University of Georgia Student Government Association has made a way for you to ...

Couture a la Cart: Fashion Merchandising Students Gain Entrepreneurial Experience

Fifteen specially selected UGA students are combining their love of fashion with their desire ...

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