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Name: Laura Whitaker Family: Joseph (husband), Owen (10), Finley (6), Tate (1 year) Hometown: Marietta, Ga. Current Town:
Kelly Smith is loving being back in Athens and her new role as the Dean of the UGA College of
Name: Amanda Wilbanks Family: My husband Alex and sons Austin and Dalton Hometown: Baldwin, Ga. Current Town: Gainesville, Ga.
Georgia Girls Cheri Leavy visits with fellow UGA grads to talk beauty, style, gameday and more! Name: Amber Nixon Gizzi
Name: Bill Hopper Family: Donna Harvey Hopper – spouse; Bevan Hopper – son; McGee Hopper – daughter Hometown: Waynesboro, Ga.
Name: Carey Stephens Family: Wife Stacy, sons Bo(12) and Hank(11) Hometown: Athens, GA Current Town: Athens, GA What Years
Name: Sarah Simmons Profession: CEO, CITY GRIT Hospitality Group – In 2015 she opened Rise Gourmet Goods & Bakeshop,
Father Time reminds us that time is of the essence, that we should live life to the fullest
Name: Maggie Griffin Family: Husband – David, sons Henry (5) and Samuel (18 months), Baxter the Beagle, and Sandy the
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The University of Georgia Foundation elected five new trustees and accorded five trustees emeritus status during its annual meeting June 14-15
The Songwriters Hall of Fame has announced its class of 2018, and two Bulldogs are on the list.
One of the finest things about UGA is its breathtaking landscapes. The book “Seeking Eden: A Collection of Georgia’s Historic
Name: John Parker Family: Kay, Laura, Reid, Davis, Lucas, Penny-the-dog, and Little Boy-the-cat Hometown: Athens, Ga. – the best town in
Name: Drew and Natalie French Family: Daughters Anna (5) and Scarlett (3) Hometown: Alpharetta, Ga. Current Town: Athens, Ga. What Years
Emily Edwards and Jeff Dantzler’s Engagement Party was held at the home of Jennifer and Mike Fitzgerald with
Click HERE To Visit Gallery Athens, Ga. – The University of Georgia Alumni Association celebrated individuals and organizations that
The first Bulldawg Illustrated of 2018 has hit the streets, but you can read it without picking up a