As a student,

 

I served as a reporter and editor at the University of Georgia's independent student-run newspaper. 

I covered the university's administration and other features and community events, and also wrote headlines and cut lines for photos and checked articles for grammar and AP style. 

 

Numbers show University lacks diversity University of Georgia junior Lauren K. Mains is used to standing out. At about six feet tall, she towers over her fellow students as they crouch over books, preparing for finals. But Mains stands out for more than her height — at the crowded tables of the Jittery Joe’s in the Miller Learning Center, she is the only black student.

Numbers show University lacks diversity

University of Georgia junior Lauren K. Mains is used to standing out.

At about six feet tall, she towers over her fellow students as they crouch over books, preparing for finals.

But Mains stands out for more than her height — at the crowded tables of the Jittery Joe’s in the Miller Learning Center, she is the only black student.

HOPE SCHOLARSHIP: Costs of education would rise in more sectors than tuition In-state students who were essentially receiving a free college education may now pay a minimum of $1,973 — not including books, housing and tuition increases. The number includes the $1,666 students pay annually in fees as well as the 10 percent of tuition not covered by the HOPE scholarship under Gov. Nathan Deal’s proposed cuts to HOPE. But how much will students have to pay for the rest of their education?

HOPE SCHOLARSHIP: Costs of education would rise in more sectors than tuition

In-state students who were essentially receiving a free college education may now pay a minimum of $1,973 — not including books, housing and tuition increases.

The number includes the $1,666 students pay annually in fees as well as the 10 percent of tuition not covered by the HOPE scholarship under Gov. Nathan Deal’s proposed cuts to HOPE.

But how much will students have to pay for the rest of their education?

Professor brings enthusiasm to English Jonathan Evans is running late. He hurries into class a few minutes after it is supposed to begin. His arms are wrapped around a bundle of papers. He sets his bundle on the table in the front of the room, picking a paper out of the pile. It is a sign with a note: “Send student if too noisy to room 268.” “But which one to send?” Evans says.

Professor brings enthusiasm to English

Jonathan Evans is running late.

He hurries into class a few minutes after it is supposed to begin. His arms are wrapped around a bundle of papers.

He sets his bundle on the table in the front of the room, picking a paper out of the pile. It is a sign with a note: “Send student if too noisy to room 268.”

“But which one to send?” Evans says.