Bridging a divide

Cover Story

Bridging a divide

Men and women whirl with colorful parasols and fans, moving in a line that wanders steadily across the plaza to the beat of drums. It’s Friday night in the city of Yan’an, in the Shaanxi province …

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Leading by example

Feature Stories

Leading by example

So you’re a few years out of college and still living at home with your parents. What do you do? If you’re Garrett Gravesen (BBA ’03) and Kevin Scott (BA ’07) you start an international leadership …

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Hula Hoops, bubbles and plate tectonics

Feature Stories

Hula Hoops, bubbles and plate tectonics

Yasmin Hudson’s hips move ever so slightly as the Hula Hoop twirls around her waist. As she sways, she chants, “Ninety percent of all volcanoes erupt at the bottom of the ocean where plates are spreading …

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Tiny salamander makes a big splash

Around the Arch

A tiny salamander is making a big splash at UGA where researchers are studying the new species …

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The expanded Tate Center

Closeups

Summer school students got the first glimpse of the expanded Dean William Tate Student Center in June. …

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She rules the schools

Alumni Profiles

State school board chairwoman Wanda Barrs has made a lifelong commitment to education in Georgia

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