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  • After the death of Uga VII, PETA asks University of Georgia to stop using bulldog mascots

     
    The death last week of Uga VII, the bulldog mascot for the University of Georgia's football team, hit a number of fans like a ton of bricks. (Perhaps fittingly, Uga VII himself rather resembled a ton of bricks, tipping the......
  • Let's not ignore these gems on self-control, table saws and HPV infection

     
    Pity the diligent researchers who went up against the Big Medical News of the week. Their papers might not have gotten as much attention as studies about PTSD (quick administration of morphine after a traumatic event might preempt the condition)......
  • PETA wants to replace famous groundhog Punxsutawney Phil with an animatronic replica

     
    If there's one organization that loves animatronic technology more than Disney, it's definitely People for the Ethical Treatment of Animals. The controversial animal-rights group -- which just a few months back asked the University of Georgia to replace...
  • Study: When those with a chronic illness exercise more, they worry less

     
    Life is full of worries. When you're battling a chronic illness, it seems almost impossible to escape nagging anxieties. When will I feel better? Will my condition worsen? When can I return to work or school? But if you exercise......
  • Lima, zebra that escaped Ringling Bros. circus in Atlanta, is euthanized

     
    The escaped circus zebra that led his trainers and Atlanta police on a 40-minute chase and impeded traffic before finally being recaptured last month has been euthanized as a result of injuries he sustained during the incident. Lima, a 12-year-old......
  • 'Modern Family' and 'Glee' pick up Peabody Awards

     
    The TV season's comedic darlings, "Modern Family" and "Glee," were honored with Peabody Awards on Wednesday. The awards, administered by the University of Georgia, recognize achievement and public service by TV and radio stations, networks, production...
  • 'Glee' and 'Modern Family' win Peabody Awards

     
    Freshman hits "Glee" and "Modern Family" were among the three dozen recipients of Peabody Awards, which "recognize distinguished achievement and meritorious public service." These kudos, now in their 68th year, are decided by a 16-member panel drawn...
  • ‘Glee,’ ‘Modern Family’ win Peabody Awards

     
    ABC's “Modern Family” and Fox's “Glee” have received the Peabody, one of the most prestigious awards in broadcasting. Both series have received rave reviews and strong fan support in their first seasons. (The “Glee”...
  • Bulldog vs. Bulldog: UGA or Butler Blue II

     
    Butler mascot Butler Blue IIwas there on the court greeting the Butler players during the NCAA championship game last night, the way he always does. The school got special permission from the NCAA to allow the English bulldog onto the court during pregame...
  • Sparks select Georgia forward Angel Robinson with second-round pick

     
    Possibly looking to help fill the void left by the retirement of future Hall of Fame center Lisa Leslie, the Los Angeles Sparks drafted Angel Robinson, a 6-foot-5 forward from the University of Georgia, with their second-round pick (20th overall)......
  • Deep Sea Oil Plumes, Dispersant Endanger Reefs

    Deep Sea Oil Plumes, Dispersant Endanger Reefs
    The oil spill in the Gulf of Mexico has already spewed plumes over ecologically sensitive reefs, part of a stalled marine sanctuary proposal that would have restrict drilling in a large swath of the northern part of the vital waterway. Marine...
  • Deepwater Mystery: Oil Loose In The Gulf

    Deepwater Mystery: Oil Loose In The Gulf
    Streaming video of oil pouring from the seafloor and images of dead, crude-soaked birds serve as visual bookends to the natural calamity unfolding in the Gulf of Mexico. But independent scientists and government officials say another disaster is...