The UGA College Republicans are making sure they have a huge impact on this presidential election as they campaign for Mitt Romney. They are traveling to swing states where they have already knocked on 17,000 doors. The College Republicans say they are on track to knock on 60,000 in total before the election.
Web Anchor Mamie Shepherd talks with Reporter Sarah Edwards about the upcoming election night coverage. Stay with us – live at 5.
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Last night, the UGA Bulldog football team and head coach Mark Richt welcomed students out to “Tailgate with the Team”. The event was advertised as a pep rally for the UGA vs. Kentucky game this weekend. Students were surprised when a curtain onstage fell to reveal Jason Aldean and his band. Aldean performed a short…
At UGA’s Tailgate with the Team pep rally tonight, Head Football Coach Mark Richt announced that Jason Aldean would be the first artist to play a concert in Sanford Stadium in spring 2013. Joining Aldean at this concert will also be headliners Luke Bryan, Jake Owen, and Thomas Rhett. Here’s the press release for the…
A star anchor on Good Morning America spoke to a group of students at UGA today about how she went from covering local new to writing national headlines. Reporters Alexandra Koehn and Kyle Taylor attended Zee’s speech. Here is Zee’s entire presentation: Homepage Image: Minh Duc Phan
Check back to this page at 4:30 for the live streaming of Good Morning America’s Meteorologist Ginger Zee speaking on the UGA Campus. Zee is the Emmy Award-winning weather anchor for the weekend edition of “Good Morning America” and she will be speaking in room 102 of the Miller Learning Center.
Web Anchor Grace Olson fills you in on the details of recurring theft at the UGA bookstore by an unlikely suspect.
It’s a day for celebration. UGA’s Campus Kitchen is being accepted as an official branch of the national Campus Kitchen project. Reporter Ryan Anderson joined in on todays festivities.
The presidential debates may be on traditional TV but the real action is on the social media. Reporter Grace Olson has the story that also features reaction for the Young Democrats of UGA.
Web Anchor Sara Lim sits down with reporters Fabi Rodriguez, Grace Olson and Matt Tompkins who covered the debate from different angles last night. Fabi covered the Republican angle, Grace was with the Young Democrats, and Matt was getting the public reaction from downtown Athens. Get complete coverage of the debate on tonight’s newscast at…
There are low expectations for young adults arriving at the polls on November 6th. Grady Newsource Reporter Joshua Buce tells us why that might be the case.