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Juanita Irene Cousins

Juanita Cousins

Senior Juanita Cousins is changing the way things are done. She’s majoring in newspaper journalism and international affairs, and she hopes to one day become a foreign correspondent. She is the first female African-American editor of UGA’s independent student newspaper, the Red & Black. She has interned at the Atlanta Journal-Constitution and the Macon Telegraph and is a member of the National Association of Black Journalists. She has worked at the Red & Black for more than two years in…

Abby Blaylock

Abigail Blaylock

A fourth-generation Bulldog, Abby Blaylock stays busy. In 2006, she became involved with the National Multiple Sclerosis Society Georgia Chapter and served as the community walk coordinator for the Athens walk, organizing the first walk in Athens in seven years and raising $20,000 with 150 walkers. In 2007, she served as the community walk coordinator again and organized 300 participants to raise more than $35,000. She has received the Public Relations Student Society of America/Jackson Spalding Outstanding Senior Member Award…

Lindsay Lamphere

Lindsay Lamphere

Senior Lindsay Lamphere follows her heart. She wasn’t sure if she wanted to attend UGA, so she applied to several schools and even received scholarships from some of them, but she says that when she got her acceptance letter from UGA, she just knew it was where she belonged. She also had her “dream” internship lined up at a company in New York City and had paid a deposit on housing when she found another company on the west coast…

Lenette Golding

Lenette Golding

Lenette Golding is doing her part to raise awareness and empower women facing domestic violence issues. Her journey working with domestic violence began when she spent five weeks in Kenya doing research for a radio entertainment-education program to promote safer sex and partner communication among Kenyan men and women. Working with faculty and students from Kenya’s Daystar University, Golding collected data to assist in planning a radio series for Kikamba speakers geared towards young women in the Machakos district of…

Sonia Talathi

Sonia Talathi

Sonia Talathi is a senior broadcast journalism and pre-med major who wants to use the media to help developing countries. The Honors student and former CURO Apprentice has conducted research in Uganda and wants to set up a news network in Africa to deliver timely and accurate health information. She has presented at national conferences, including the Society for Toxicology, and she received a Pfizer Undergraduate Student Travel Award. She is a former CURO summer fellow, and he research is…

Katie Flanigan

Katie Flanigan

Senior Katie Flanigan thought she had her college career planned. She has always been interested in communications and knew the Grady College of Journalism and Mass Communication had a great reputation. With the HOPE scholarship, UGA seemed like a deal she couldn’t pass up. Like many students, she decided to study abroad, and she was excited to be accepted to the United Kingdom study abroad program for the summer of 2005. Then the London terrorist bombings happened the day before…