Does The Augusta Chronicle really stand for conservatism?
Your editorial “A party in crisis” (Nov. 12) is mostly right. However, it... Read more
(Editor’s note: The following column, originally posted on the writer’s Facebook page as an open letter to Georgia Health Sciences University... Read more
It is difficult to remain aloof during the present controversy regarding the name chosen for the merged universities in Augusta.
I am not... Read more
I am writing regarding the uproar over the recent naming of the merged institutions of Georgia Health Sciences University and Augusta State... Read more
Brad Usry’s letter (“Give GRU chance to grow,” Aug. 15) captured the importance of the decision to create another comprehensive research... Read more
Regarding the Aug. 12 editorial “What’s in a name? Everything!”: Nicely put. But I shall be a tad more blunt, as known by my peers.
Look to... Read more
Every day in the United States, more than 2,000 people suffer a stroke. Stroke is also the leading cause of long-term disability in... Read more
Regarding the May 13 editorial cartoon implying that Muslim women want to raise their children to be “underwear bombers,” and by implication that... Read more
The U.S. Supreme Court has heard a landmark case concerning the Affordable Care Act.
This case centers on whether the ACA violates our... Read more
The editorial “A real medical emergency” (Dec. 28) demonstrates an inconsistent message on the part of The Augusta Chronicle.
I am... Read more