Gov. Nathan Deal said he has encouraged both sides in the Georgia Regents University controversy to work together toward a compromise but that as governor, "I'm not in the naming business."
Georgia's attorney general is asking a federal judge to toss out the trademark infringement lawsuit over Georgia Regents University.
The group pushing to keep Augusta in the name of the newly-consolidated university has initiated discussions with Board of Regents members about a possible compromise, officials said.
Our best chance of countering this arrogance is to support the Save the A campaign. Go crazy, Augusta!
GHSU Provost Gretchen Caughman and ASU Vice President of Academic Affairs Carol Rychly spent the hour explaining the goals and challenges related to academic programs at the new university to ...
Few things are more impractical than a practical joke. But dang, they're funny.
Augusta State University graduates and supporters questioned what will happen to the A Day event after the merger of ASU and GHSU.
Dozens of "Save the A" signs appeared in front of Dr. Ricardo Azziz's house on Tuesday morning.
What do Richard Roundtree and Lee Anderson have in common? Neither wants to debate his opponent.
There is still time for Gov. Deal and the Board of Regents to come out winners in the eyes of Augusta.
In addition to the existing petition at savethea.org, petitioners can now text "savethea" followed by their name to 91011 and to add their name to the petition, according to a news release.
The group pushing for the University of Augusta to be the name of the city's consolidated university is listing its supporters in ads in Sunday's Augusta Chronicle.
Georgia Regents University at Augusta. This should satisfy everyone.
Of more than 80 filled positions on the chart, GHSU had nearly twice as many people as ASU. And in areas where there were shared services, it appears the GHSU person got the superior position.
I sincerely hope that Morris Communications will get the word out to the entire state, and keep us all apprised of the costs associated with the ongoing litigation.
The Save the A group is in the process of gathering support and could come out with a list of those backing the University of Augusta effort in a newspaper ad this weekend, spokesman Nick Evans said.
A group of 20 local business leaders is developing a strategy to persuade state officials to make University of Augusta the name of the city’s planned consolidated university.
Do you not realize the hullabaloo that will occur when, in five or 10 years, the powers to be will want to change the name to "Athens," or maybe "Atlanta"?
I feel diminished by the perception that "moving along" is not only the mantra of the moment, but a hint of the future.
The "apples and oranges" merger of Augusta State University and Georgia Health Sciences University is a fait accompli. Now the challenge is to find the right name.