UGA Grads in Las Vegas React to Tragedy

Katelyn Umholtz, a former intern at the Las Vegas Review-Journal, and John Ingram, the president of the UGA Alumni Association Las Vegas Chapter, say the response to the shooting on Oct. 1 has been overwhelming.

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