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Industry Highlights: CARE for AIDS

Check out the latest in entrepreneurship, nonprofit and

HIV / AIDS-related news.

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See.Spark.Go CEO Andy Thoms Builds National Influence

Andy Thoms, Co-founder and CEO of See.Spark.Go, has built a public relations agency with three locations and clients across the country. This dream was made possible through hard work and a deep commitment to others.

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Industry Highlights:

Classical Conversations

Check out the latest in family, faith and education news.

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Don't Go Bacon My heart: Alumni-owned Breakfast Spots

Trying to decide where to have brunch during your next visit to Athens? Check out these alumni-owned restaurants.


Zachary Faison: The Millenial President

Meet Zachary Faison: 2019 UGA 40 Under 40 honoree and president of Florida's first historically black college and university.


National Dog Day

It’s National Dog Day today, and what better way to celebrate than with pictures of our favorite dog? 

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The Sweetest Surprise on Campus: The UGA Creamery

Do you remember visiting the Creamery on campus? Since 1908, students and faculty alike have enjoyed the sweet treats of the UGA Creamery.

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UGA Career Center Wins Technology Excellence Award from Nace

Whitney Prescott, associate director of external engagement and communications at the UGA Career Center, received the Technology Excellence Award from NACE.


AthFest Through the Years

With year 23 of AthFest taking place this weekend, the UGA Alumni Association asked for your favorite memories from years past.


The Culinary Kitchen: A Community Helping a Community

ATHENS, Ga. – As a vendor, Rashe Malcom has firsthand experience with the complicated rules that come with selling food to the public.

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Drop in UGA Rape Reporting May Be Due to Changing Interpretation of Law

ATHENS, Ga. – A recent change in the interpretation of the Violence Against Women Act regarding how federally funded universities report rape statistics may be the reason for a sharp decline in rapes reported on UGA’s campus.

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Modern Take on Scarlet Letter Set to Premiere in February

University of Georgia students are taking on Suzan-Lori Parks’ “In The Blood” February 15-24 in the Cellar Theatre.