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

Falcons Might Just Soar Above Patriots in Super Bowl LI

by Jeffrey Farek The Atlanta Falcons have, well, flown under the radar all season to make it to their second Super Bowl appearance in franchise history. They are still looking for their first championship. The New England Patriots are perhaps America’s most hated team, as their consistent success is often undercut with references of their scandalous past. The most recent of which, dubbed Deflategate, occurred … Continue reading Falcons Might Just Soar Above Patriots in Super Bowl LI

Top 7 Most Frequently Asked Questions about Veganism

By Samantha Ward With the amount of vegan food in the dining halls continually growing, especially with desserts like cupcakes and brownies, one can often overhear the conversations of students who are curious about what exactly veganism is and why some people follow this lifestyle. Strict vegans are those who abstain from eating or using animal products, so this includes many things such as eggs, … Continue reading Top 7 Most Frequently Asked Questions about Veganism

Diverse Palates Adjust to College Cuisine

BY MOLLIE SIMON Whether it means grabbing a midnight breakfast at Snelling or using a milkshake to conquer an intense round of studying at Bolton, food plays an important role in the culture of UGA students. But, for some individuals, it can be hard to feel at home eating college cuisine when it is a far cry from the diets they have grown up with. … Continue reading Diverse Palates Adjust to College Cuisine