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LIFE COACH: Event Planning

Event planning is hard to do. Whether it’s a small birthday party or a gigantic conference, there’s plenty of missteps that can happen resulting in a less than ideal outcome. After planning countless meetings, conferences, camps, parties, and events, I’ve compiled a list of the most major factors to consider that’ll make your next event

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Pokemon and Building Hype through Marketing

Since the late 90s, the Pokemon series has been one of Nintendo’s flagship franchises as the second highest-grossing video game franchise and the single highest-grossing media franchise of all time. It is honestly remarkable how the series that I grew up enjoying has continued its massive success over the course of two decades and is

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Student Spotlight: Jack Henry Decker

Jack Henry Decker is a 2nd year Political Science and Sociology double major from Atlanta, Georgia. Jack Henry and I went to high school together and became buds in AP Music Theory, where all of the musically inclined nerds collided. It was quite a time. Since then, I’ve watched Jack Henry blossom at UGA, and

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The Athens Farmers Market Returns!

After a long Winter, the Athens Farmers Market finally returned two weekends ago on Saturday, March 23rd. The weekend farmers market will be held in Bishop Park from 8am to noon every weekend until December 21st. This week, the Farmers Market will resume their Wednesday markets at Creature Comforts from 4pm to 7pm! Why Local?

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Student Spotlight – Henry Fitzgibbons

Henry is a Junior at the University who spends the majority of his day in the studio working on blueprints. His experience in studying landscape architecture has been grueling in some ways, though vastly more rewarding in others. We sat down to discuss. Q: How did you first become interested? My sophomore year spring semester

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Athens Parks

If you are looking to get out of the house and enjoy some of the nice weather we have had recently then you are in luck because Athens has a bunch of very nice parks where you are free to exercise, hang out, or even just soak up the nature. The three parks that I

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Scott Kelly SodaStream fake ad

April Fools’ is Out of this World with SodaStream

Every year April 1stmarks a day where companies get to show their humorous side with fake ads and practical jokes. And if they do it right, their jokes may be remembered beyond the month of April. Some famous April Fools’ day ads throughout history include the “Left-Handed” Whopper, the “Taco Liberty Bell,” and Big Ben

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Taking UGA By Storm and Making an Impact

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If I can remember correctly, in my 7th or 8th grade school year, a spunky, over the top 6th grader joined the local 4-H chapter and from that point I knew we were going to be friends, one could even say best friends. Over the years, we have remained close and some of each other’s

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Drew Hutto: Terry Grad, Marketing Professional

Mr. Hutto graduated from the marketing program at Georgia in May of 2017, but not for the typical reasons. He now works in video production for Prolifik Marketing in Athens, GA where he credits his educational experience for putting him in the right mindset to start his career: “College, and especially the Terry College of

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Dance Dance Marathon

If you’re a student at UGA, you’ve probably heard of UGA Miracle. Not only is it the largest student-run organization on campus, but also they are incredibly influential and beneficial to the Athens and Atlanta community. According to their website, they are “a student-run philanthropic organization that benefits Children’s Healthcare of Atlanta, our local Children’s

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