Fri., February 8, 2013 8:41am
If you have your eyes on a leadership position at work, you better also keep your eye on your waistline. Brandon Smith explains why recruiters want you to be in good health before moving you up the career ladder at work.
Fri., February 1, 2013 8:42am
This flu season arrived early and dealt a severe blow. When you get sick, health officials tell you to stay home and rest, but that can be hard to do in today’s lean workplaces. Brandon Smith helps us call in sick in the best way possible.
Sun., January 27, 2013 10:28pm
In a battle of top-ranked girls teams, Wesleyan held off host Buford 44-40 for its second win over the Wolves this season.
Fri., January 25, 2013 8:42am
Friendships at work are usually a good thing. They can create uncomfortable situations, however, when the friendship is between people at different levels in the organizational hierarchy. Brandon Smith explains why and how to handle those situations.
Fri., January 11, 2013 5:37pm
Our first midseason girls basketball poll has been released. We will have one each week from now until the playoffs.
Wed., December 5, 2012 4:13pm
When you head to your favorite art museum, you may think the Greek and Roman statues there have always been spotless marble. But the University of Georgia is proving that wrong.
Tue., December 4, 2012 5:00pm
Georgia lost more than 300,000 jobs during the Great Recession. And many companies have gone belly up. But, that doesn’t mean innovation has dried up or cutting edge companies have stopped forming in Georgia.
Mon., December 3, 2012 8:03pm
Looming highway construction plans in Macon are heating up long-simmering resentment in the neighborhood that will be most affected, and reviving memories of what some call a dark page in America’s transportation history.
Wed., November 7, 2012 9:14am
Mercer University associate professor of political science Chris Grant says 2012 may be the high water mark for the GOP in Georgia, as he analyzes general election results from across the state.
Mon., November 5, 2012 9:46am
High youth turnout played a big role in Barack Obama’s win four years ago, but a recent Gallup poll found that far fewer voters age 18 to 29 are planning to vote this time around. Students from the Center for Collaborative Journalism talked to their classmates at Mercer University and at other Middle Georgia colleges to find out why.