Senior Sit Down: University of Georgia Class of 2019 (A Short Film)

By Lyndsey Jackson  Producer’s Note: “A Letter to My Freshman Year Self” Senior Sit Down   Dear Lyndsey,   Freshman year was hard. You dealt with stress, home sickness and the loss of a grandparent all in one year. You didn’t know what to major in or what you wanted to do after college. However,…

Netflix, No Chill

By Patrick Hamblett Netflix was one of the first available direct-to-consumer video streaming services developed and since their conception they have been quite the disturbance in the media industry. In 1997 Reed Hastings and Marc Randolph, two American entrepreneurs founded an online DVD rental service that has evolved the way people around the world consume…

Rocky Horror Picture Show! A Recreation of a 70s Classic at UGA

By Jayla Johnson Let’s do the Time Warp agaiiin! The annual production of the Rocky Horror Picture Show from University of Georgia’s University Union was outstanding. It was a modern comedic production of a 70s classic film. With a dynamic student cast of amazing actors and actresses and interactive audience in the production, you can’t…

There’s Still Hope

By Sydney Gibbs Well, the Georgia Bulldogs were finally tested after going against the Louisiana Tigers down in Baton Rouge, Louisiana. However, the outcome wasn’t what the fans expected nor wanted. After a disappointing 36-16 loss in Death Valley, the Bulldogs dropped from No. 2 to No. 8 in the AP Top 25 Poll. They…

Café Soul — What is it and why you should have bought your ticket?

By Tylar Norman WHAT EVEN IS CAFE SOUL? Each year with a fresh set of talent and a dazzling theme, the Black Affairs Council hosts their annual talent show. Lindsey Cohen, the co-cultural social programming chair, describes Café Soul as a talent showcase designed for all to express themselves and showcase their talents. You did…

“Put the N-Word In!”: Being a Black Student at a UGA Football Game

By Jasmine Monroe As a University of Georgia student, I am hyper aware of my privilege to experience many things. I understand the heated debate over Jittery Joes coffee vs. Starbucks coffee, I know how difficult it is to find an empty study room in the Miller Learning Center, and I know that O-House is the…

Russell Hall renovations create complications on campus

By Cheyenne Brown The renovation of the high-rise dormitory, Russell Hall, has called for several adjustments within the freshmen community at the University of Georgia. The $44.5 million renovations began in May 2017. The decision was made by the Board of Regents of the University of Georgia. The regents approved a plan which UGA will…

Sports protesting is not new, so why the buzz now?

By Rakel Johnson The world of sports is being rocked by the question of whether or not athletes should keep politics and social issues off of the field. In the midst of the #TakeAKnee protests sparked by football quarterback Colin Kaepernick, some argue that the two simply don’t mix. However, sports have a long history…

Ex-Chief of Staff Visits UGA

By Stanley Miller  An ex-Chief of Staff for former United States Senator Sam Nunn conducted a lecture at the University of Georgia’s Special Collections Library on Wednesday to promote his book. Roland McElroy discussed Nunn’s time in the Senate and their working relationship which he documented in his memoir titled, “The Best President The Nation…

Who is AteloMidas? Behind the Scenes with Anonymous Rapper

By Sammy Smith On the evening of Monday, November 13, in a dark art classroom on the second floor of the Lamar Dodd School of Art, a young man walks in the room for an interview, sits in a chair and asks me one question. “You sure they won’t be able to see my face?”…