Should UGA Football players earn $154,000 per season? Some fans think so

Following the Georgia Bulldogs epic win in Monday’s National Championship Game, Georgia football fans clearly believe their players should also be rewarded for their efforts financially.  Indeed, any college football fan would have picked up on the Supreme Court’s landmark decision last year,

UGA fans react to National Championship Win

In the odd event that you don’t have any friends who are Georgia fans, and no one has approached you this morning to say “Go Dawgs!” or “How ’bout dem Dawgs,” you need to know that the University of Georgia won the

UGA Grads complete historic restoration in downtown Athens

Andrew Malec was planning to go into photojournalism after he graduated from Grady College of Journalism and Mass Communication at the University of Georgia. Zack Brendel majored in environmental economics and management in the UGA College of Agricultural and Environmental Sciences. But both discovered that construction was

5 Ways to give your Christmas Tree new life after Christmas

If you celebrate Christmas, there is nothing like having a real tree to decorate in your home for the holidays. The festive aroma alone provides such a sense of nostalgia. However, once the holidays have quickly come and gone, the next order

Expert predicts economic recovery for Georgia but more inflation

Georgia’s economy will bounce back from the coronavirus pandemic next year, despite inflation and the latest COVID-19 variant, the dean of the business school at the University of Georgia predicted Monday. “We’ve made tremendous progress getting back to normal, Benjamin Ayers of

Shop local by buying from these UGA alums

With supply chain issues affecting businesses worldwide, a great solution for consumers is to shop local when gift hunting this holiday season.  Consider supporting the endeavors and small businesses of College of Agricultural and Environmental Sciences (CAES) alumni — and forgo the

Georgia 11th grader grows 650-pound pumpkin

More than 30 4-H’ers from across Georgia competed in the 2021 Georgia 4-H Pumpkin Growing Contest, with the winning pumpkin weighing in at 650 pounds. The Pumpkin Growing Contest offers students the opportunity to learn and utilize knowledge of agricultural and environmental

Georgia National Fair in full swing

With the harvest season in full swing, October brings the welcome return of two of the largest events of the year for the agricultural and environmental science communities: the Georgia National Fair and the Sunbelt Agricultural Expo. The College of Agricultural and Environmental Sciences (CAES) is no

UGA grad makes teen mental health his mission in new series

Spreading joy and hope comes naturally to University of Georgia College of Agricultural and Environmental Sciences (CAES) alum Tamlin Hall, so it’s no surprise that he’s taken his passion for positivity and turned it into a personal mission. Hall, an independent filmmaker

Are you planting your Leyland cypress trees wrong?

Leyland cypress are one of the most commonly planted landscape trees, but poor site selection and disease pressure may soon send them the way of red tips and Bradford pears. Popular as a hedge and in new development, the trees must be

UGA faculty members are planning to impose a mask mandate

 The University System of Georgia is trying to fend off a rebellion from a group of University of Georgia faculty determined to impose a mask mandate in violation of system policy. A letter from Jeffrey Bennetzen, a geneticist at UGA, dated Sept.

Georgia colleges report decrease in COVID-19 cases

New cases of COVID-19 on University System of Georgia campuses started to come down this week after increasing at the beginning of the fall semester. The number of positive tests reported at nine schools – including the University of Georgia and Georgia

How to handle wasps and hornets at the end of summer

Late summer is a good time to observe many types of insects buzzing around homes and gardens. As we approach fall, the local populations of many types of insects begin to reach their peak. This time of year, University of Georgia Cooperative

UGA and Clemson: Football rivals, but peach partners

Georgia and South Carolina share a border, a passion for football and pride in their peaches. With the University of Georgia and Clemson University campuses separated by a mere 70 miles, the Bulldogs and Tigers began fighting it out on the football

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