Pull up over the gravel, park in the grass, and experience something more humble. It might give you some fresh perspective. ‘Til Beth Do Us Part: a Marital Confection by Jones Hope Wooten was put on by Arts!Oglethorpe in Crawford, Georgia from Oct. 18-21. It was a small show from a tiny company who performed… Read More ‘Til Beth Do Us Part Brings Us Back Home
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This article is online at the SABEW website as a part of the College Connect program. Haart Graham, a sophomore English and Film Studies student at the University of Georgia, said she loved writing, clothes and art, and wanted to turn these hobbies into something bigger. Just like that, HaartLine Fashion was born. “It’s like… Read More I’ve Got a Business Idea: What Now?
As we reach the end of Summer 2018, I’d like to share some of the work that I completed as a student intern of Newsy, a site that provides “the news with the why.” I was fortunate enough to be able to participate in an 8-week course that involved a week in Newsy’s office in… Read More Newsy Student Work – VIDEO
HARLOT PARTY – JANUARY 7, 2018 AT HENDERSHOT’S IN ATHENS, GEORGIA Athens-based music group Harlot Party performed on January 7 in a reunion concert for The Skipperdees, also featuring solo artist LeeAnn Peppers. The concert was held at Hendershot’s coffee shop in Athens, right off of Prince Avenue. I’ll go ahead and say Hendershot’s is my favorite… Read More Harlot Party – Jan. 2018
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WASHINGTON, D.C – On Feb. 1, 2017 President Donald Trump nominated Neil Gorsuch for the open seat on the U.S. Supreme Court. Senate Democrats strongly oppose Trump’s nomination in fear of cementing the court into a conservative direction for decades.
University conference paves way for widespread education on queer identity in the southeast.