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The harmful public health consequences of a post-Roe Georgia

Experts warn of harmful public health consequences in Georgia if Roe is overturned

Following the oral arguments in Dobbs this past December, we began asking public health and women’s health experts from Emory, the University of Georgia, and Morehouse School of Medicine to weigh in on the broader ramifications of a Roe v. Wade reversal in the state. Here are some of the concerns they shared about what will happen to public health in Georgia if the decision is overturned.
Georgia State University

What the heck is going on in Georgia higher ed?

From Sonny Perdue’s chancellorship to the end of tenure as we know it, here’s a look at the recent controversies affecting Georgia’s public colleges and universities and where everything stands right now.
Valerie Boyd Rememberance

Valerie Boyd: A Remembrance

When a mutual friend called to let me know Valerie Boyd had joined the ancestors, I already knew. The night before, I had felt the rush of something irreplaceable leaving us way too soon.
How the Board of Regents pulls the strings at Georgia’s colleges and universities

How the Board of Regents pulls the strings at Georgia’s colleges and universities

Who controls Georgia colleges and universities? It’s not the university presidents. The buck stops with the Board of Regents.
Atlanta essential workers Whitney Beauford-Morris

60 Voices: 8 of Atlanta’s essential workers on what the past year taught them about the city

Essential workers kept us going in 2020. Eight of them tell us how they survived last year and what it taught them about our city.

Corona-Angst on two continents: Watching coronavirus panic unfold at home while abroad in Austria

Former Atlanta magazine editor Rebecca Burns, on vacation in Austria last week as COVID-19 was declared a pandemic, describes what it was like to watch the disaster response unfold in two countries at once.
Sapelo Island’s marshes

How a tissue box–sized UGA satellite might help a submerging Sapelo Island

Sapelo Island—its residents and wildlife—could be in danger as ocean waters continue to rise. The University of Georgia's Small Satellite Research Lab will launch a satellite roughly 250 miles above Earth that will paint a clear picture of the coming threat.
UGA Notre Dame

Before UGA and Notre Dame face off, two Georgia legends came to commemorate in Atlanta

Two Georgia football greats—Herschel Walker, the most decorated player in Bulldogs history, and Vince Dooley, the only national championship-winning coach in program history—joined former Heisman trophy winner, NFL star, and Notre Dame legend Tim Brown to take turns speaking to the media during the “Return the Favor” event.
10 Best Restaurants in Athens: Donna Chang's

The 10 Best Restaurants in Athens

After your pilgrimages to the Grill, the Grit, the Globe, and—god forbid—the Taco Stand, do as the townies do and pull up a chair at these choice establishments.
Why does Atlanta have so many roaches?

Atlanta belongs to the roaches now. We merely live here.

Why are there so many roaches in my Atlanta house? It could be the weather. Or the trees. Or the fact that we—as Atlantans—are just screwed.

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