The Rise of Esports

Since television took over the U.S., sports have dominated broadcasts. But in 2017, the Nielsen ratings for sports broadcasts were comparable to another event: the 2017 Intel Extreme Masters, an esports tournament that garnered 46 million unique viewers. Continue reading The Rise of Esports

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An Energy Boost for Your Finals Week

Finals week is here and students are focused on studying, writing papers and completing projects. We’re all so ready to finish out the semester on a high note or graduate and move on to greater things. Continue reading An Energy Boost for Your Finals Week

It’s the Most Wonderful Time of the Year: Getting Through the Stress of Finals Season

By: Hayley Hasberger Online Section Writer Finals is a time of studying, procrastinating and cramming. Whether you have essays and projects or exams to study for, it is important to focus not only on your school work, but yourself. Everyone has a different way of studying, but you shouldn’t let your studies negatively impact your mental and physical health during this stressful time. Below are … Continue reading It’s the Most Wonderful Time of the Year: Getting Through the Stress of Finals Season

Remedies to Help You Survive Flu Season

By: Hayley Hasberger  Online Section Writer It’s that time of year when everyone is getting sick around campus and you’re trying to avoid catching anything yourself. Whether you’re getting over a cold, battling a sinus infection or fighting off germs with hand sanitizer, here are a few helpful tips and tricks according to Healthline that will get you through the flu season. The most obvious … Continue reading Remedies to Help You Survive Flu Season

5 Hiking Spots in Georgia to Visit This Fall

By: Hayley Hasberger  Online Section Writer It’s that time of year again where summer blends into fall, the leaves begin to change color and there is a hint of autumn floating in the breeze. Whether you’re hiding out in the MLC hitting the books or baking up a frenzy of pumpkin pastries, it is always a good idea to get outside. Hiking among the fallen … Continue reading 5 Hiking Spots in Georgia to Visit This Fall

Atlanta United off to a record-breaking start

by Jeffrey Farek In front of a sell-out crowd for their inaugural match in Bobby Dodd Stadium at Historic Grant Field, the newly created Atlanta United FC lost to New York Red Bulls 2-1, blowing a 1-0 lead in the last 15 min of the contest. Red Bulls, the winner of the Eastern Conference last season, had stolen a win on opening night. There was … Continue reading Atlanta United off to a record-breaking start

The Ongoing Struggles Facing Devon Gales

by Jeffrey Farek On September 26, 2015, like many other Bulldog fans and students, I left at halftime. I only heard about it later. Georgia was up 20-6 to start the second half. A player got hurt on the opening kickoff. They said he was hurt. They said it was really bad. Now virtually everyone on campus knows the story. Georgia Southern walk-on Devon Gales … Continue reading The Ongoing Struggles Facing Devon Gales

Frazier, Bulldogs Need Miracle Run After Bad Day

by Jeffrey Farek Sitting at a 13-11 record, the Georgia men’s basketball team had dropped 5 of their last 6 games and looked all but out of the NCAA tournament. The selection committee for the tournament not only looks at overall record, but for wins against tough opponents, especially on the road. They also look for consistency, which is determined by noting any bad losses, … Continue reading Frazier, Bulldogs Need Miracle Run After Bad Day

Falcons Only Have Themselves to Blame

by Jeffrey Farek More than halfway through the fourth quarter I thought my prediction was still looking pretty good. The Atlanta Falcons, up 28-20, were driving deep into New England Patriots territory after a tremendous catch by Julio Jones. With just under 5 minutes left in the game on the New England 22-yard line, a field goal would all but end the Patriots ferocious comeback … Continue reading Falcons Only Have Themselves to Blame