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News media losing role as gatekeepers

News media losing role as gatekeepers

September 19, 2014

A new study finds that ‘social mediators’ on Twitter are playing an increasingly important role. Read More

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Virtual peanut farms, real answers

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When agricultural lobbyist Bob Redding wants to know how pending policy decisions will impact farmers in Georgia, he turns to a simulation…

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African perspectives

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Akinloye Ojo came to University of Georgia radio station WUGA in 1997 with a proposal for a show about African music and culture. He was given a station…

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Map it out

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Georgians are gaining access to valuable local information as more county governments take the benefits of Geographic Information Systems to the next level…

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Heart Fitness

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Local cardiologists raised their eyebrows when exercise scientist Harry DuVal came to Athens in 1980 and tried to convince their heart-attack patients to hit the gym.

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Beyond beetlemania

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For Adam Fowler, a UGA study abroad program in Costa Rica was simply an elective class to help fulfill his biology degree requirements. It became much more.

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Imported foods cause for concern

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A University of Georgia expert says the challenges in ensuring a safe U.S.food supply will grow unless solutions are provided quickly.

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Real world training for veterinary students

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It’s another busy day in the veterinary clinic as Jonathan Dear and Jessica Griffin assist with a dental cleaning on a golden retriever.

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Thirty years of helping small business

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After yet another meal slid across her bamboo tray and spilled, Ashley Hatcher had an idea for a new invention — spill-proof trays.

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Green eggs and sand

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Every spring, thousands of horseshoe crabs swim to the shores of Georgia’s barrier islands to lay their eggs before slipping back into the sea.