Category: UGA

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…

UGA Student Government Association Voting Closing Soon

The Student Government Association passes bills and resolutions that directly impact the student body. Voting for Student Government Association offices is closing at 12 p.m. tomorrow. You can cast your vote through the UGA Involvement Network. Results will be announced shortly after at 5 p.m. Here’s a look at the executive ticket.   Believe President:…

University of Georgia Pro-Day

Today, 21 University of Georgia recently graduated bulldogs participated in Pro-day. Pro-day is a day where National Football League coaches visit the school to take a look at prospects for the NFL draft. In this photo, Bill Belichick, head coach of the New England Patriots, watches Davin Bellamy and Roquan Smith participate in drills.  Here…

Jewish Film Festival Full Schedule

March 24th marks the first day of the 10th annual Jewish Film Festival. Before the festival begins, a special screening of “Hannah Arendt” will show on March 20th in the Miller Learning Center. Dr. Illya Winham, a lecturer in the University of Georgia’s Department of Political Science will introduce the film and lead the discussion.  One…