Month: March 2017
Mike Brown 2017
While the events in Ferguson happened over 2 years ago, the movement it created is not over. Reporter Lydia Cordero speaks to a student activist to tell you how this […]
Student Entrepreneur Finds Success Through Online Store
For many college students, down time consists of Netflix and chill, or endlessly scrolling through social media sites. But reporter Macie Banks found that some even use this time to […]
St. Patrick’s Day Celebration
Among the drunken crowds in downtown Athens this St. Patrick’s Day, one local establishment hosted a traditional Irish celebration to highlight the culture of the Irish people. FiveSeventy reporter Patrick […]
National Council of Negro Woman Host annual Hair show!
Breaking beauty standards … Just maybe! .. The National Council of Negro Woman attempted to do just that with their fascinating displays of all things hair and fashion at their annual hair […]
Georgia baseball preparing for tough road ahead in the SEC
Georgia was mauled by the Tigers of LSU this past weekend in Baton Rouge. Now to reporter John Durham, who will cover all the bases on all things Georgia baseball.
Athens Memorial Dog Park
For an look at the Athens Memorial Dog park through the eyes of one of its frequent visitors, watch the video below.
SGA Ignite Ticket Looks Ahead to Wednesday’s Election
Voting for the University of Georgia student government elections opened this Monday morning. Students have until Wednesday at noon to vote on the Involvement Network. Reporter Marli Collier shows us in […]
Mural Sheds Light on Community and Police Relations
A local artist and activist is working with University of Georgia students and Athens youth to create a mural on Broad Street that focuses on the past, present, and future […]