Daily Archives: March 13, 2014

Q&A with David Lee, UGA VP for Research

By: Shalin Jyotishi The University of Georgia has long been involved in academic research. The University’s administration, both former and current, emphasizes UGA’s role in the world’s “knowledge economy.” The days of Georgia Tech being regarded as the research powerhouse while UGA focuses on less grant-dependent fields such as law, education, social work and social…

A Brief (Constitutional) Argument for Marriage Equality

By: Andrew Roberts The United States is heading down the road to marriage equality. It’s a windy, long road, but one that is inevitable. The path to marriage equality was further paved this past month when a Texas federal district judge struck down a voter-approved ban on same-sex marriage. The choice is clear: Either board…

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