Georgia (wine) on my mind

Feature Stories

Georgia (wine) on my mind

When Martha (ABJ ’60) and John Ezzard (BS ’58) decided to plant grapes   and make wine on the mountaintop property near Clayton that had been in John’s family for five generations, people told them they …

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Forehands and fist bumps

Feature Stories

Forehands and fist bumps

A week and a half after the toughest match of his career, pro tennis player John   Isner (M ’07) found himself facing a different kind of challenge. Returning to UGA’s Dan Magill Tennis Complex after …

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On the front line

Cover Story

On the front line

UGA marine sciences Professor Samantha Joye is busy logging data when the captain of the research vessel Walton Smith comes across the intercom. “Mandy, line 3.” Joye, who goes by Mandy, instinctively groans at the latest …

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In vino veri-dawgs

Feature Stories

In vino veri-dawgs

It’s almost 9:30 on a June morning and the fog has not yet lifted from the top   of Howell Mountain. Dew hangs on the lush leaves of the Cabernet Sauvignon, Merlot and Sauvignon Blanc vines …

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UGArden

Around the Arch

Within a year of its creation, UGArden, a student group focused on sustainable agriculture, already is providing …

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Honing their skills, helping burned kids

Closeups

When Dana Dillard (MSW ’01) signed up for a new course called Social Work with Burn Survivors …

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Home sweet home

Alumni Profiles

Heather Benham helps people buy a place of their own

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