|September 1999: Vol. 78, No. 4
|Title Town, U.S.A.!
Georgia set a school record by winning four NCAA championships in 1998-99, but imitators should be forewarned: As a formula for success, this one will be hard to follow. by Kent Hannon
|Baptism under fire|
UGA's Legal Aid and Defender Clinic provides poor people with high-quality representation in court. It also provides students with a (very) real-world education. by Laura Wexler
John Huey (AB '70) has been everywhere, done everything, and written about everybody. But the success story he's writing at Fortune magazine may be his best ever. by Kent Hannon
|Can race play a role in the admissions process?|
A ruling by a district judge in a lawsuit against UGA raises more questions than it answers about the role race canor can'tplay in admissions decisions. by Sharron Hannon
|"Where words go to play and sing"|
Each year since 1969, a group of Southern journalists and educators has gathered to recall the struggle for Civil Rightsand how it was covered by the press. by Laura Wexler
Uga's eye view of game day.