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University of Georgia alum and former reporter for the Charlotte Observer Tommy Tomlinson spoke about his health journey in his new book, "The Elephant in... [Read More]
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The restaurant, which serves over 30 sandwiches named after marijuana strains, stated in a June 2019 press release that it planned to open two locations... [Read More]
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The event, hosted by Alex Suarez, is the second FEMME show of the new year and the first to feature a drag queen from "RuPaul's... [Read More]
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Since 2016, America has seen higher levels of nationalism and nativism, threatening minorities. [Read More]
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With eight other candidates seeking the Republican nomination for Georgia's 7th Congressional District in the 2020 election, Lynne Homrich, a former Home Depot executive and... [Read More]
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In the wake of rising carbon emissions and microplastic pollution resulting from a growing market for fast, cheap clothing, producers and consumers within the fashion... [Read More]
United Group of Artists hosted the fourth-annual MLK Day Parade and Festival on Monday, Jan. 20. The event began with a march through downtown Athens... [Read More]
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Joshua Welch has been appointed as Director of Greek Life at the University of Georgia, according to an announcement on the UGA Greek Life website... [Read More]
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The Athens-Clarke County Mayor and Commission discussed possible problems with implementing the state's new voting system and the construction of a halfway house during a... [Read More]
The Georgia women's basketball team is gearing up for its away game against Arkansas on Thursday, and that means a game that involves a lot... [Read More]
The first Student Government Association Senate meeting of the semester addressed a wide range of topics as senators gathered in preparation for their remaining 3... [Read More]
Residents in Building 1516 have faced "significant" problems with the hot water system, according to a University Housing email sent to residents on Jan. 9. [Read More]
Georgia's passing offense struggled last season, but a new offensive coordinator and a strong recruiting class of receivers should set up the Bulldogs well in... [Read More]
Alvin "A.J." Spitzner, a 28-year-old I.T. technician from Newton County, announced his campaign for the 10th U.S. Congressional District in a Jan. 20 press release. [Read More]
Georgia remained close against Kentucky for the majority of the game, but ultimately lost 89-79. The loss brings Georgia's record to 11-7 overall and 1-4... [Read More]
The Bulldogs will face Kentucky on Tuesday night at Rupp Arena, looking to earn their initial road conference win. Here are four numbers to know... [Read More]
The fourth annual Martin Luther King Jr. Day Parade was held on Monday, Jan. 20, 2020 in downtown Athens, Georgia. Participants, vendors and volunteers gathered... [Read More]
The Red & Black's sports editor Augusta Stone spoke with Fox Sports South college football analyst James Bates, who followed incoming quarterback Jamie Newman while... [Read More]
On the cold afternoon of Jan. 20, people of various ages, color and gender gathered in front of the Morton Theatre on Washington Street. Some... [Read More]
If UGA Theatre's upcoming production of "Vanity Fair" brings anything to the table, it's an open discussion of feminism, class dynamics and wealth disparity. [Read More]
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