According to a statement released by the Georgia athletic association, the Bulldogs will not be able to attend a June 12 event with other college teams at the White House described by President Joe Biden and first lady Jill Biden as "College Athlete Day."
The White House unveiled new bunny costumes, received commemorative eggs from egg growers and students and hosted 30,000 visitors to participate in the roll and other education-themed activities.
While it is tradition for the national champions to receive an invitation to visit the White House, runners up are not extended the same invite.
When first lady Jill Biden went for routine surgery for a small lesion above her right eye, doctors found two more lesions, and removed them, too, the White House said.
The White House says more than 150 volunteers decorated the building for a week to put together this year's holiday decorations. First lady Jill Biden selected a theme of "We the People."
The first lady first tested positive on Aug. 16 and she remained in isolation for five days, undergoing a course of Paxlovid treatment. She tested positive again Wednesday and does not have symptoms.
Jill Biden and Education Secretary Miguel Cardona stopped by the University of Georgia, where students from nearby Barnett Shoals Elementary School are getting some extra lessons this summer.
Retired Lt. Gen. Gary Volesky was suspended from his contracting role with the Army and is under investigation after replying to a tweet from first lady Jill Biden on abortion rights.
U.S. first lady Jill Biden spent Mother's Day in Slovakia, meeting Ukrainian mothers who have been displaced by Russia's war and assuring them that the "hearts of the American people" are behind them.
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With some holiday spirit and over 100 volunteers, the White House has been decorated in the theme of "gifts from the heart." The theme honors front-line workers, first responders and the military.
The White House will not hold Halloween its traditional Halloween festivities this year because President Biden and the first lady Jill Biden will be traveling overseas.
Jill Biden reportedly stepped on an object on a beach in Hawaii last weekend ahead of two official events there. She was in Hawaii after attending the start of the Olympic Games in Tokyo.
President Biden wanted 70% of adults to get their first COVID-19 shot by July Fourth. America won't quite reach that milestone. But the White House isn't letting that get in the way of a good party.
After a chaotic four years, Biden is calling for calm. A new tone was set, but a return to the same old partisan bickering won't solve the problem of millions fed a daily diet of false information.