A summer of career lessons in COVID-19

By Jayla Johnson There are a lot of lessons you can take away from a pandemic, especially when it comes to the job market and your career. As students, we always have to remind ourselves that we are in college for jobs especially when the task becomes more challenging. When you go to classes everyday,…

Privilege that Perpetuates Inequity

By: Briana Hayes    In speaking with certain higher-ups, particularly those in frequent correspondence with the Board of Regents about an opt-in pass/fail system, I have come across the common argument that opt-in pass/fail would, and I quote, “reward the less motivated students to the detriment of the more scholarly students.”    I would like…

The Impact of the Black Mamba

By Sydney Gibbs It’s been two days and it still doesn’t feel real. I just keep hoping that a tweet will pop up on my timeline and that it will be from Kobe Bryant. One can only dream. When I saw the notification pop up on my computer, my heart stopped. I was covering the…

Georgia Beats In-State Opponent Mercer, 76-60

By Sydney Gibbs Coming off Sunday’s loss against rival Georgia Tech that consisted of 19 total turnovers —- the same mistakes started happening all over again for the Georgia women’s basketball team against in-state opponent Mercer. Despite the rocky start that incorporated seven turnovers in the first four minutes of the game, the Bulldogs managed…

Bulldogs beat Kennesaw State, 80-65 to open the 2019 season

By Sydney Gibbs The Georgia women’s basketball team welcomed Kennesaw State into Athens for opening night in Stegeman Coliseum on Thursday night. Behind Gabby Connally’s 28 points and nine assists, the Bulldogs went on to beat the Owls, 80-65 to claim their first win of the 2019 season. Connally is Georgia’s returning leading scorer with…

Remembering Wendy Anderson

By Sydney Gibbs The Georgia fanbase held a “pink out” in honor of Wendy Anderson, wife of Arkansas State’s head coach Blake Anderson. Mrs. Anderson lost her fight to breast cancer on Aug. 19 after fighting the battle since 2017.  The Bulldogs demonstrated that the game of football is more than just a game. It’s…

Shut Out at Sanford

By Sydney Gibbs After a cloudy and humid Saturday afternoon in Sanford Stadium, the third-ranked Georgia Bulldogs recorded their first shutout of the 2019 season. Behind quarterback Jake Fromm’s 279 yards and three touchdowns, Georgia wiped out the Arkansas State Red Wolves, 55-0.  Within the first three minutes of the game, the Bulldogs had a…

Brooklyn Nets Fill The Void with Nicolas Claxton

By Sydney Gibbs In the second round of the 2019 NBA Draft, the Brooklyn Nets selected breakout star, University of Georgia’s Nicolas Claxton to fill their power forward position.  The Nets picked up a fluid athlete who has exceptional technique and basketball IQ. His strong frame fits well with the Net’s organization and he will…

Pimple Popping 101

By Cheyenne Brown No matter how good your skin is, you probably have had at least ONE blemish in your life. We all get pimples and we all have our own methods of getting rid of them. But, did you know there is actually a specific way to pop your blemishes? I was having a…

Pursuing Passions: Johnna Young breaks into the MUA business

By Cheyenne Brown Johnna Young is a 22-year old self-taught makeup artist from Conyers, GA. She is a recent graduate from the University of Georgia where she obtained her Bachelor of Science degree in Health Promotion & Behavior with a minor in Global Health. What started out as a hobby in high school, soon turned…