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Hands-on learning to be a requirement for UGA undergrads

Hands-on learning to be a requirement for UGA undergrads

ATHENS- UGA students will soon be required to be engage in hands-on experiential learning as a part of their graduation requirement. This move was approved… Read more »

New meal plan option could save commuters thousands

New meal plan option could save commuters thousands

A new survey lists five new options for meal plans at UGA and introduces a new “meal points” system. Some of the new options cater to students living off campus.

Poultry Science majors have a 100% employment rate at UGA

Poultry Science majors have a 100% employment rate at UGA

Nearly 90% of this year’s college graduates…won’t have a job by the time they finish their last class. That’s according to researchers at the… Read more »

UGA to Hold Vigil Honoring Students and Professors Who Have Passed Away

UGA to Hold Vigil Honoring Students and Professors Who Have Passed Away

ATHENS- UGA’s Student Affairs Office is honoring students and faculty who have died over the past year. The names of eleven faculty members… Read more »

UGA Researchers Study How to Limit Parasites

UGA Researchers Study How to Limit Parasites

ATHENS- UGA researchers are using databases to research parasites on a global scale and find patterns among different animal species. Their Findings The researches… Read more »

UGA Employee Talks about Political Past

UGA Employee Talks about Political Past

ATHENS-  People are following the national  political campaigns with great interest, but one UGA faculty member has lived the system. Bob Taylor has… Read more »

UGA Veterinary Teaching Hospital to Offer Eye Exams To Assistance Animals

UGA Veterinary Teaching Hospital to Offer Eye Exams To Assistance Animals

ATHENS- The American College of Veterinary Ophthalmologists is offering its annual Animal Eye Exam services for all registered service animals throughout the month of… Read more »

Final week of Grady Newsource for spring semester

Final week of Grady Newsource for spring semester

This Thursday, April 23 is Grady Newsource’s final newscast for the spring semester. We will start back up shortly after fall semester begins…. Read more »

UGA baseball team looks to bounce back against Clemson

UGA baseball team looks to bounce back against Clemson

ATHENS- It was a tough weekend for the UGA Baseball team. They played LSU who is currently ranked number 2 in the USA… Read more »

Transplant Saves Cats Lives

Transplant Saves Cats Lives

Athens, GA- There is a transplant that can expand the lives of cats with renal failure.  The operation is rare.  There are only three places… Read more »

Ex-Presidential Candidate Visits UGA

Ex-Presidential Candidate Visits UGA

Athens, GA – The 2016 Presidential race is gearing up and the list of candidates who will be running keeps getting longer. Ex-Presidential candidate… Read more »

Stink bugs are more than smelly, they’re invasive

Stink bugs are more than smelly, they’re invasive

ATHENS — There have been 13,000 sightings of the stink bug in the past week alone. This could be bad for Georgia’s cotton industry.

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