Echols Leads Tour of “Smart” Corridor

For most, driving down North Avenue in Atlanta means one of two things: a trip to Georgia Tech for some reason or a hankering for the world’s best chili dog at the Varsity. Last Friday however, at the invitation of Public Service Commissioner Tim Echols, those reasons...

UGA Celebrates 100 Years of Women

  When it was founded in 1785, with the original charter written by Abraham Baldwin – one of the signers of U.S. Constitution, the University of Georgia existed mostly on paper. It would take some sixteen years to get some land but by 1804 it had its first...

Senate Passes Another Effort to Assist Vets

  Not much happens these days in Washington that gets support from both sides of the aisle, but the effort to continue tackling some of the unique problems that affect the nation’s veterans are one of those few bipartisan issues. On Tuesday, the Senate passed the...

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