Because hormone therapy, hormone blockers and other gender-affirming care are proven to improve the mental well-being of transgender and nonbinary youth, the passage of House Bill 68 would be detrimental to these children and teens.
The recent barrage of winter storms across the eastern US made its way to Athens last week in the form of high winds, heavy snow and unprecedentedly low temperatures. Still, the Athens campus remained open and classes resumed as normal, although many professors held class online.
Each and every one of the staffers for The Post have made this publication better.
The 24-hour news cycle has created a world in which an ongoing war can cycle almost completely out of the collective consciousness far before the suffering ends. As the Israel-Hamas war floods media, it is easy to forget that somewhere else in the world thousands are dying in a long and grueling battle.
If there’s one thing that unites college students, it’s burnout.
Tuesday’s election reached the highest voter turnout for Athens County in an off-year election in the 21st century. That success can be replicated.
After a trip to the College Media Association Conference, The Post walked away with seven national recognitions thanks to the hard work and talent of this year’s posties.
Good or bad, AI is coming, and journalists should use it to their advantage as much as they can.
The recent article by Dan Xi Huang avoids Appalachian stereotypes included too frequently in Athens’ coverage in favor of thorough reporting. While not perfect, it is a positive example among other national coverage.
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We can’t do our jobs unless the university does theirs.
We might be considered "competitors," but we'll always support those we work alongside.
D.C. journalists fail to cover our region properly. Is anyone surprised?
Just because many classes are back in person does not mean students are adequately prepared for that reality.
We’re not done yet.
Journalism is nothing without its ethics.