Improved recycling systems and a cleaner watershed are the result of student dedication.
Members of the University of Georgia community are taking the first step in developing a mutually beneficial trade relationship between Kenyan entrepreneurs and the United States.
Ecotourism is a burgeoning business in many parts of the world, an open door to exploring an environment that is nearly in balance with its human cohabitants.
In 1940, The Grapes of Wrath won a Pulitzer Prize in the Novel category, and Arthur Krock of the New York Times got one for Correspondence Journalism.
Lil’ Red, Big Boy and Gran’ma entertained children at the Athens Area Boys and Girls Club earlier this month.
On a Monday morning in late March, Deryl Bailey’s gaze is unwavering. The object of his attention is Tommy Williams, a ninth grader at Cedar Shoals High School.
Meet Dr. Max, Dr. Jack, and Dr. Heather. These “Dog Doctors” are Bernese Mountain Dogs, a relatively rare breed of dog that traces its origin to the mountains of Switzerland.
This summer 14 teachers and principals and five agricultural extension agents traveled through Costa Rica for a two-week cross-cultural seminar.
Teaching today’s youth to be responsible and aware citizens is a critical part of their education, says University of Georgia education professor John Hoge.
In the wake of the 2000 voting controversy in Florida, there was increased activity in front and behind the scenes on Election Day as independent groups organized to insure that the voting process went as smoothly as possible.