Category: UGA

Graduation and its Effect on Business

Between convocations, the Twilight Road Race this coming weekend and graduation next week the crowds are beginning to come to town. “Typically its just nice to know that the seasons are changing things are about to change.”, Zach Griffin from the Red Zone explained when asked about the upcoming spring commencement ceremony. The change he…

Profile: David Hazinski

Grady Newsource professor David Hazinski retires this semester after 31 years at the Grady College of Journalism and Mass Communication. Hazinski built Grady Newsource–formerly called University News and Newsource 15–from the ground up starting in 1987, so we wanted to thank him by telling his story. David Hazinski grew up in a Polish coal-mining town…

Students at the University of Georgia got a literal taste of Israel today in Tate Plaza. Dawgs for Israel hosted it’s annual Israeli Fest to celebrate the 70th birthday of Israel. Members provided food, decorations and music to share with students passing through. They hoped to change common misconceptions that people have about Israel. “We…

The 2018 CURO Symposium is a two day event taking place at the Classic Center. This years symposium is the largest to date, hosting 575 undergraduate research students. If you missed today’s presentations, there will be more tomorrow starting at 9:30 AM.    

Believe wins the SGA Election

Believe is the first all-Black executive ticket to win UGA’s Student Government Association’s election. Although a Black President and Vice President were elected in 1993, the ticket did not include a Treasurer. The Believe campaign received more than four thousand votes from students – a number which, in part, helped create the highest turn-out for…