Stories to watch for September 22

  • It’s National Hazing Prevention Week. University of Georgia Panhellenic is doing a #thesehandsdonthaze campaign to bring awareness to hazing prevention.
  • Tomorrow is the first day of fall! Reporter Erin O’Brien will have your weather outlook for today and the rest of the week.
  • U-Lead Athens, a local organization that helps Clarke County students with varying immigration statuses, was awarded $20,000 to provide more college scholarships. The grant will help new and existing U-Lead students attend colleges and universities.
  • Pope Francis is coming to Washington D.C., New York City, and Philadelphia. David Briones, Coordinator of Collegiate Activities at the UGA Catholic Center, is organizing a trip to hear the Pope speak.

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