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.

The Bitter Southerner Podcast

Having a Southern accent can often times come with some challenges, along with some unfair stereotypes. Listen below as WUGA’s Program Director and Morning Edition voice Chris Shupe speaks with Chuck Reece of The Bitter Southerner about what he has encountered, and why he feels the need to perhaps better define what it means to be Southern.

The Other Side of The "G": Episode 4

Dec 19, 2018
UGA Today

In this final installment of the series, The Other Side of The G, Program Director Chris Shupe and the students of a multi-platform journalism class at Grady College, shine the spotlight on one of UGA's most heralded sports. If you're thinking Football, Basketball, or even Baseball; you would be wrong! This sport boasts 6 National Titles and features athletes with 2 legs, and some with 4! Listen below to find out more.

The Other Side of The "G": Episode 3

Dec 12, 2018
CCHS GLADIATORS

What sort of person willingly takes on the responsibility of hosting an event for almost 100,000 people? We'll find out in this 3rd installment of the Other Side of the G, a story telling collaboration with UGA's Grady College and WUGA. Listen below to find out more!

The Other Side of The "G": Episode 2

Dec 7, 2018
georgiadogs.com

In this second episode of The Other Side of The G, Program Director Chris Shupe and students from Grady College tell us about two student athletes at UGA with similar stories of remarkable determination while facing life changing injuries. Listen below.

The Other Side of The "G": Episode 1

Nov 30, 2018
georgiadogs.com

Recently we partnered up with Professor Vicki Michaelis and her multi-platform journalism class at UGA’s Grady College, to produce a series of feature stories focused on sports.  We challenged the students to seek out information that went beyond the playing field, to explore more than just the box score or individual feats of athleticism….we invited them to go to a place we like to call, The Other Side of The G. This first episode starts thousands of miles away, where one athlete dreamed of a better life.

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