Cerebral Palsy Awareness Month: How UGA Hopes to Make Strides in CP Research

The National Institute of Health awarded the University of Georgia’s College of Education a $2.9 ...

UGA Criminal Justice Program Changes Everything You Know About the ‘Typical’ Student

For spring 2019, 15 University of Georgia students spent their semester inside the Athens-Clarke ...

‘For It Not To Look the Same, It Hurts’: UGA Students Devastated After Tornadoes Hit Their Communities

As Alabama and Georgia residents pick up the pieces from Sunday’s devastating tornadoes, University ...

UGA Pacemaker Program Gives Dogs a Second Chance

Agent Cooper, an 11-year-old husky, is thriving today thanks to his new pacemaker. He ...

Athens-Clarke County Library Becomes First Trauma-Informed Library In Georgia

The Athens-Clarke County Library and the University of Georgia School of Social Work have ...

Why UGA Doesn’t Have Emergency Blue Lights

Have you ever seen emergency blue lights as you’ve walked around a college campus? ...

New Group Study Rooms Coming to Main Library in Fall 2019

Among those quietly studying, sighs of frustration can be heard as students search for ...

Overheard at UGA: Facebook Group Creates Community For Students

In this age of technology and lightning-fast information, some people may find it difficult ...

University of Georgia Helps Veterans Attend Law School

The University of Georgia is providing financial assistance so military veterans can attend law ...

UGA Graduate Is Pulled Over By Police Impersonator

UGA graduate Hannah Johnson was driving from Atlanta to Athens on Georgia State Route ...

Fake UGA Yearbook Photo Grabs Attention on Social Media

A controversial yearbook photo from 1916 has surfaced on social media, but its origins ...

First Solo Woman Wins UGA’s Idea Accelerator Award

Senior Kaitlin Lutz recently won a $5,000 grant from the University of Georgia Idea ...

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