Religion

This journalism has been created by students in a religion reporting course as well as the Multiplatform Newsroom: Projects capstone courses at the Grady College of Journalism & Mass Communication.

Holocaust Survivor Speaks to UGA Jewish Community

Holocaust survivor George Rishfeld will be at Hillel UGA tonight, Jan. 28, at 7 ...

Take a Look at Some Historic Rural Churches of Georgia in Oglethorpe County

Oglethorpe County, in northeast Georgia, is the state’s 17 county, and its 441 square miles ...

Athens Jewish Community Celebrates Rosh Hashanah

Jews all over the world and here in Athens are celebrating Rosh Hashanah, the ...

Israel Fest, Israel Apartheid Share Views at UGA

Students at the University of Georgia got a literal taste of Israel today in ...

Athens Hosts 10th Annual Jewish Film Festival

March 24th marks the first day of the 10th annual Jewish Film Festival. Before ...

Grady Explains: Myths About Islam

Grady Newsource is here to explain common misconceptions people have about the religion almost ...

UGA Celebrates Hindu Diwali

By Kaleigh Galvin   The Indian Cultural Exchange at UGA celebrated this major Hindu ...

The Sparrow’s Nest Takes Athens Community Under its Wing

By Steffenie Burns     The holiday season is approaching quickly, bringing with it ...

Yoga: From Hindu Practice to Western Exercise

Yoga is a $16.8 billion industry in the United States alone. An estimated 36.7 ...

Building Bridges Through Language: UGA Professor Teaches Arabic Lessons to Athens Community

ATHENS– Members of the University of Georgia and Athens community are gathering together on ...

Compassion International Works to Connect Children, Athens

Compassion International connected Athens residents with kids from South America, Africa, the Caribbeans, and ...

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