Butterfly dreams

Feature Stories

Butterfly dreams

The wind whips up bits of straw and dirt by the stables where Tinkerbell stands waiting, her saddle and reins ready. In a few minutes, Grayson Riggott—all four years and 40 pounds of her—climbs onto the …

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Patent power

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Patent power

Ben Franklin, Thomas Edison, Steve Jobs and…professors at UGA? Many people don’t know it, but some of the same faculty members who educate thenext generation of Georgia’s leaders are also prolific inventors. According to the non-profit …

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Extending EDUCATION

Cover Story

Extending EDUCATION

When Sarah Brewer graduated from high school and entered Gordon College four years ago she assumed she would transfer to UGA for her final two years of study. It was not the ideal solution. Brewer had …

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An ounce of prevention

Feature Stories

An ounce of prevention

A 20-year-old University of Georgia student who tried to drive home after a night of drinking passed out at a stop sign Sunday with the car still running, police said. An officer found the woman about …

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Uga leaves his “papers” to UGA

Around the Arch

The legacy of the beloved Georgia mascots Uga I through VII will be preserved at UGA thanks …

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Paying it forward

Closeups

Senior Gio Carrion is using his experience as a U.S. immigrant to help middle school students prepare for college.

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Reviving the craft

Alumni Profiles

Irvin Alhadeff keeps his family’s leather-working tradition alive just steps from the Arch

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