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Category: Northeast Georgia

Superstitions are everywhere in the presidential election, but how true are they? Special projects reporters Rachel Segers and Emily Fernie investigated some of these crazy beliefs and how far people will go to predict an election.

Despite Romney’s loss, the Athens Republicans say they are standing tall and strong, and using last night’s outcome as fuel to their future endeavors. Reporter Crystal Mitchell brings us this story after spending the evening with the GOP at their viewing party.

First time voters at the University of Georgia were excited to participate in this years election. Last night, young voters got together on campus to celebrate another election season. Reporter Naomi Keitt sheds some light on the importance of the under 30 vote.

A pedestrian has been hit while crossing the street at Joe Frank Harris Commons on The University of Georgia’s East Campus. Bystanders told Grady NewSource that the pedestrian did not lose consciousness and that the driver of the car stopped to check on the pedestrian. There is no word on the condition of the pedestrian.…

Plays, concerts, dancing and more. UGA’s Spotlight On the Arts festival is underway. The purpose of the festival is to display the art programs and offerings here at UGA. These events include anything from art exhibits to dance performances. Blue Man Group is performing tomorrow and Wednesday and Bela Fleck and the Marcus Roberts Trio…

If children could vote, Obama would be president for the next four years. You may have heard students around the nation are voting. But how much does this vote really count? The Educational Publishing Company Studies Weekly is hosting it’s third presidential election for students. They say if students “vote” every four years as part…