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Keeping it Local

Sarah Cochran September 21, 2021

Whether it be fresh, local produce or one of the largest varieties of craft beer and local wine in Lumpkin County, the Tomato House has it all. This classic country grocery has been drawing in both locals...

How to Make the Most of Your Fall

How to Make the Most of Your Fall

Emma Keisler September 21, 2021

Fall is all about crisp autumn air, changing colors and yummy foods. Kadie Goodwin, a junior accounting major on the Gainesville campus, says "Fall is my favorite season. The leaves changing colors, the...

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Yoga Flow and Where it Can Go

Luke Rowe September 16, 2021

If you are looking for a fun, relaxing way to start your day, Canopy and the Roots has you covered with yoga classes alongside your morning coffee. The café offers a high energy class to get you moving...

Georgia Film Festival to be Held Virtually…Again

Georgia Film Festival to be Held Virtually…Again

Blake Miller September 16, 2021

The Georgia Film Festival that was planned to be held on the University of North Georgia’s Gainesville Campus will now be held virtually on Nov. 5 and 6. All are welcome to attend the free online festival...

Getting Your COVID-19 Vaccine Could Win You $1,000

Getting Your COVID-19 Vaccine Could Win You $1,000

Emma Keisler September 14, 2021

Receiving $1,000 for getting a shot in your arm might seem like a scam, but the University of North Georgia announced that vaccinated students and faculty members can enter to win one of 50, $1,000 awards.  That’s...

UNG Ranger Challenge Team Surpasses Every Team in the Nation at Sandhurst 2021

UNG Ranger Challenge Team Surpasses Every Team in the Nation at Sandhurst 2021

Junhyuk Ko April 30, 2021

University of North Georgia Ranger Challenge team won an ROTC cup in the 52nd Sandhurst Military Skills Competition at the U.S. Military Academy on April 16 and 17. They beat 15 other ROTC teams that took...

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The Student Debt Crisis: Things to Know and Steps to Take

Chloe Nottage April 29, 2021

Student loan debt as of 2021 is at a staggering total of $1.71 trillion, and it’s showing no signs of slowing down. The recent student loan statistics shared by provides a bleak image....

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The Derek Chauvin Trial: Here’s What You Missed

Madelyn Nicholas April 29, 2021

Derek Chauvin was found guilty on Apr. 20 of all three charges brought against him for the murder of George Floyd. If you weren’t able to watch the trial live, here are some of the key moments during...

Synthetically Made

Synthetically Made

Olivia Duerr April 29, 2021

 The spike in the price of insulin has been puzzling to many as these prices have skyrocketed in the last couple of years.  The American Diabetes Association says drug companies tripled the price...

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Why Do People Take Politics So Seriously?

Alex Henry April 28, 2021

Tensions between people with different political views are high and oftentimes, people feel animosity towards those with different opinions and beliefs than them. The Pew Research Center describes the...

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