Literature Review and Popular Culture Critique

In the following literature review and popular culture critique, I will examine four peer-reviewed scholarly journal articles, and then, I will assess a popular culture artifact by applying concepts from my research. The main question I hope to explore through my research is simply, “How do atmospherics rhetorically affect consumers?” I aim to learn how … More Literature Review and Popular Culture Critique

Fall for Athens

There are certain landmarks around town that are home to the Athens community, and though it is not a permanent landmark, the bright, orange pumpkins that make their way onto the front lawn of the Milledge Avenue Baptist Church each year have certainly become a landmark in the fall for townspeople. Every year, for 11 … More Fall for Athens

Jimmy Johns

In this audio clip, I talk with Jimmy Johns, a former mechanic of 20 years who is currently pursuing a mechanical engineering degree from The University of Georgia. John’s story will be featured in the Fall 2017 issue of UGAzine, set to hit stands soon, but this segment particularly highlights his experience as a nontraditional … More Jimmy Johns

Women’s Health

Women are not powerless. This point was explored during a speech hosted Friday by The University of Georgia’s Institute for Women’s Studies. Dr. Katie Darby Hein, professor of public health, lead the audience of mostly UGA undergraduate students through a broad discussion regarding women’s health issues; however, she centered her discussion around a present injustice. … More Women’s Health

UGA Chapel

Standing tall 184 years after it was first built, The University of Georgia Chapel has stood the test of time. Though the university has changed exponentially over the centuries, the chapel has remained one of the campus’ most notable landmarks. Built in 1832 for a total of $15,000, the chapel was constructed in order to … More UGA Chapel