WUGA Feature Stories

Feature Reporters on Location

Here you will find some of the local stories produced by WUGA featured during NPR's Morning Edition, All Things Considered, Here and Now, and the Weekend News Magazines.

So as Election Night 2016 nears, WUGA wanted to get a sense of where the younger, student voter stood on issues and which candidate best represented them, or was there one? Athenia's Lauren Baggett and local Morning Edition co-host Chris Shupe discuss their findings.

Country Music legend Bill Anderson returns to his roots for an event in nearby Commerce Georgia, and a book signing at UGA.

Booker T. Jones & The M.G.'s are responsible for one of the most recognizable riffs in music history, Green Onions. Booker T is still touring and was in-town recently, he spoke with WUGA's Chris Shupe.

In this episode of The Top Line, WUGA's Martin Matheny joins his panel of political experts for a deep dive into the upcoming presidential primaries, including what may or may not be critical to winning votes in the South.

WUGA's resident political science aficionado Martin Matheny is joined once again by professor Charles Bulloch and political strategist Houston Gaines for another round table discussion on Georgia Politcis. The focus this time is on current legislators fast tracking issues to get on the campaign trail, as well as the financial state of Georgia's GOP.

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