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ATHENS — Some people on social media have been expressing support for Park, after he was dismissed from UGAPD for insubordination concerning Georgia’s 911 medical amnesty law.
ATHENS — The Women’s Studies department at the University of Georgia, among other groups on campus, are teaming up to bring awareness to the fact that UGA does not have a Women’s Center.
ATHENS — The University of Georgia’s Office of Sustainability has teamed up with students for environmental change.
ATHENS — The University of Georgia’s Special Collections Library will now host The Hargrett Rare Book and Manuscript Library. To celebrate, Habitat for Humanity is building the frame of a house on campus.
ATHENS – The Office of Emergency Preparedness and the Grady College of Public Affairs students have teamed up to educate students on ways…
ATHENS— Fraternities are fighting to take away the right of universities to punish them for crimes like sexual assault or hazing until they…
ATHENS — The University of Georgia has over 35,000 students walking in and out of classrooms every day. The students represent a diverse…
ATHENS — Grady College faculty and alumni are mourning the loss of former facutly member Dan Keever. He passed away on Saturday.
ATHENS — Students at the University of Georgia may be unsure about what a “medical amnesty law” is.
ATHENS — There could be a major decrease in the number of diseased onions coming out of the state of Georgia.
ATHENS — The Athens Clarke County Fire Department parked its truck in front of the Miller Learning Center today. The firemen got out and immediately started giving tours to students in an effort to show how to stop a fire.
ATHENS — UGA students are getting the chance to learn hands on entrepreneurial skills by selling mostly student made goods from a converted golf cart.