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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…

Grady Explains: Net Neutrality

The Federal Communications Commission’s partial repeal of the Open Internet Order net neutrality rules took effect yesterday, but what does that mean? Grady Newsource explains. What is the Open Internet Order? The Open Internet Order was issued by the FCC in 2015, and it changed the classification of internet access from an “information service” to…

Athens Bike Safety

Busy roads throughout Athens don’t always have bike lanes, making it difficult for bike riders to get around safely. Groups like BikeAthens advocate for a better and more comprehensive bike network in Athens, and are working with Athens-Clarke County on the Athens in Motion Bicycle/Pedestrian Master Plan. Whitney Voyles is just one of the many…

UGA Fundraising Compared to Peer Universities

By the end of the 2017 fiscal year, the University of Georgia had raised a record-breaking $227.8 million as a part of its “Commit to Georgia” fundraising campaign. This nearly doubles the $117.2 million raised in the fiscal year 2013, the year before President Jere Morehead took office. UGA launched the public phase of “Commit…