Category: Campus

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.    

Local makeup organization to relieve the costs of prom makeup

It’s prom season, but costs can overshadow excitement. The first and only University of Georgia makeup organization, Glam Dawgs, has decided to get some “prom-goers” looking their best…for less. With social media on the rise, prom is now one of the hottest events of the year. Photos and videos are shared on Twitter and Instagram…

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…

University of Georgia Class of 2022 Admit numbers

On March 16, the University of Georgia sent out the final group of emails informing freshman admits of their acceptance. According to the University of Georgia Undergraduate Admissions page, out of the 26,500 applications, only 12,700 freshmen received acceptance emails. Check out where the class of 2022 admitted freshmen call home.   

Gunsmith’s Craft Show in its Final Days

The Georgia Museum of Art’s “Artful Instruments” exhibition displays the craftsmanship of Georgia gunsmiths and focuses on the history of our state’s fire-arms. Hillary Brown, Director of Communications, says she doesn’t want the museum’s “Artful Instruments” exhibitions to be taken the wrong way. Brown says, “I mean, one of the things that’s interesting about this show…

By Josie Wall   Traditionally, college campuses have served as long standing forums for free speech, but recent events have left campuses feeling the strain of speech code limitations. Political protests have sparked large assemblies on school grounds, some turning violent. Incidents at the University of California at Berkeley, the University of Florida, Middlebury College…

By Katherine Sauceda   Fashion brands of all kinds have been known for their style and quality. The runways are stocked full with glitz and glamour and there is never a shortage of their equally as glamorous clientele. Recently, however, the high-end and everyday fashion brands are starting to be known for a different type…