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University of Georgia developing a universal flu vaccine
"The year the university Georgia got the largest grant ever to study a flu vaccine this is exciting to me because these researchers are right here in our backyard and they're doing amazing work they were awarded eight million dollars to develop this new flu vaccine I think they're gonna be able to do this and they're they're looking for universal flu vaccine were you get one shot and it lasts for years maybe even a lifetime so I I think in our lifetime you and I we might be able to see this I hope you had a great bye take well you flew stores for the winner I'm not going to be
"university georgia" Discussed on News Radio 810 WGY
"So they take out a lot of worlds well they haven't come surely agreements limiting about some schools is a school called the college of the Ozarks I think it's in Missouri I'm not sure there is no tuition gonna find economic record when you go there you have to work the entire college is staffed by students at the dorms at the cafeteria on the work force the most loans at the hotels and motels around town at the janitorial positions and you may not like it twenty percent of you are going to be a route going to be required to stay there for Christmas vacation and work on a rotating basis for thanksgiving Easter new year's summers when you come out you don't have any debt so why can't more and more schools look into this I don't know my guess is probably because of politics and unions that will allow them to there are schools have been doing this for a long time university of Miami Wyoming is always studying how to make it easier for kids to get through school Arkansas tech university Georgia military college Chadron state college examples a probable accessible affordable education by keeping their in state tuition hello I read the other day the universe of Alabama is recruiting in South Carolina very heavily why because out of state students pay more tuition in state.
"university georgia" Discussed on Reason Podcast
"Now for two reasons. One is I don't think even in my early twenties. I really understood how much Steven Spielberg was borrowing over the course of his whole career from how Hitchcock conduct his really big set pieces. Just in the ways that he sets every little thing up almost in the first ten five or ten percent of the scene, and then everything that that happens later flows from the little bit of information that you get in the first couple of shots. It's actually like writing a good intro to a to a magazine feature or to a piece of journalism rate. Everything sort of gives you all the crucial information right up front, and then extrapolates, and and then the other thing that I noticed was just just how modern it felt in so many ways, and sort of how much of the movie sort of seems to write like mean, this is just seems to have like. Become part of the DNA of Hollywood in ways that we don't think about in particular, the new yet unreleased Star Wars film if you Google Star Wars trailer north by northwest. You will actually see a whole bunch of shots that JJ brooms has appears to have not ripped off. But heavily borrowed from from north by northwest to put into Star Wars. Just because Hitchcock was inventing the language of film, and people are still people are still speaking his language. I had saw a celebration of pre Amtrak passenger rail system that I think every libertarian can get behind that is. Although there are there are red caps that like an red caps actually figure into the plot. In red caps were private before the Republic. And let's as they should always be also points out, the greats gays subtexts henchman, which is something that we didn't see a lot of movies of the year, which is great and that even receipts Joanna Andress, and then the little similar there. Look for it. Next time. I will certainly like total facial similarities of that. You're calling out on a podcast to the looks of someone that no none of our listeners have any occasion to ever since. She's the art director of a print magazine untrue. I have been reading the beginning of a book that I hardly recommend to anyone who's interested in the subject matter. It's called begin the begin REM's early years by Robert dean Lurie. It's a it's a really fun book. A basically about that. It's written. There's been plenty of biographies. Probably too many. Of this particular band, kind of the fathers of modern college rock and all talk, and he rightly points out that those of biographies are mostly written by Brits using the long arc of the the band's career. He decides and said just drill down into the Athens, Georgia. Indie scene, the author himself sort of followed them or like, he attended university Georgia them Athens about ten years later, and but it's just super fun rock writing and historian fee and pleasure to read, and and if you like both the band, but but also kind of a snapshot of what it was like to try to acquire music or to as a consumer or to create scenes the whole bit. And like the self mythology of of bans always hilarious to me. Really good fun peak with chronic town. The no, I'm. I'm a first four RAM record of a guy and will admit that one or two of the ones after that. We're pretty good too. But but that that that is an opening salvo of a career that's pretty hard to match. And that's it. Thank you for listening to this. Editor's roundtable reason podcast. I think someone just opened up their first beer the day over there. Please describe this. If you don't already and leave comments where that is appropriate and will catch again next week. Bye. I think you may have found it finally the book that I'm least likely to ever read..
"university georgia" Discussed on 77WABC Radio
"All of these things do better. So they wanna say numerous studies would primates with children would middle aged people and the elderly now support the importance of Luton and brain health Frenchness, they said about sixty percent of the crop noise. And the brain of children is looting. So that's in the journal of pediatric gastroenterology and nutrition. So here is. A lot of research is is a Tufts University university Georgia in this country and Waterford institute of technology. Now. This was from Queens University in Belfast. At the Irish longitudinal study on aging, and they're looking at I helped specifically and brain health. And they're looking at four thousand seventy six community dwelling Irish Welsh, you had to be at least fifty to be in the study. So over four thousand people who lived at home, they weren't a nursing homes. And the results showed that the Lieutenant. She is Anton better composite scores across the domains of now. Listen, that's the whole brain global, cognition memory, executive function and disease. Specifically was better processing speed. So. Santon made the brainwork faster the Lou team made it work better. So that's very encouraging very encouraging them. Here's another one. This is a different study at Jena journal nutrients, it's running university of Illinois at urbana-champaign superior macular pigment, optical density is a measure of looting levels in both. The I and bring shila makes me with others. You have this protective barrier in your eyeballs that blocks things like radiation and some light from getting into the I otherwise it destroys your vision. And you could go blind. It's called the macular tissue. It's made out of Lieutenant Gijon, zinc and a couple of other things. So they're looking at overweight people looking at obese people in the Chicago area, and they found out if you had better, I health your your macular tissue was richer in looting it signified. There was more looting and your brain. It was an independent predictor of your IQ and fluid intelligence and the amount of Lieutenant your eyeball reflects you mental Lieutenant your brain. And this in turn protects both your vision from cataracts and going blind with age age related macular degeneration, but it also protects your intelligence, your IQ, your memory, your problem solving skills. All you rejected a functions it's a really important supplement. I don't leave the house would I'm taking it. I take it.
"university georgia" Discussed on Weather Geeks
"My mom actually was like, I knew you're going to be a scientist because you you would sit and just study things. And then I also remember taking this tiny pewter. I think it was my brothers baby dish and going into the bathroom and taking like talcum powder and perfumes, and luckily nothing toxic, but making all these little mixtures. And then like mud pies outside, and they're, I don't know why thought, you know, just mixing and doing a lot of that was fascinating. I used to do the same thing by the way we learned before the podcast. Dr. Jim Bakken I share a similar dislike for all things condiments, like manny's and muster. Digress. So I want to really get now into your study. So one of the interesting things about what you and your group to jam bag. Research group at university Georgia's been doing is trying to track understand quantify how much waste is coming from the land and into the oceans. First of all, tell us how that differs from how previous accounting of trash in the ocean or waste in the ocean has been than why your studies important. Yeah. So historically, when this issue I began to be studied, it was marine biologists and oceanographers and they were going out into the ocean and seeing the plastic. And then saying, oh, well, how much is here. So they started sampling the ocean surface and you know, sampling different areas and finding plastic. What was different about the work that we were doing was saying how much is actually going in and we know that the sources from on land are significant. Luckily, it wasn't just me. I was a part of an international working group on this issue to out of NC's at UC Santa Barbara. So we had a lot of great minds on this. And we knew that there are various sources on the land, but that are regular waste that we generate. Every single day is probably significant. And so we sort of went about quantifying that and really it's all about looking at countries all around the world that have a coastline and then the quantity of waste that's produced per person. The quantity of that that's plastic. And then from there, we look at how waste is really manage their or mismanaged. There may be inadequate facilities for actually managing waste, or you have people that just litter. So both of those things end up with waste mismanaged on the land. And then from there, weather comes into play, and that would be like wind and rain and actions to get the the waste actually into a waterway or into the ocean. Because this is whether the we take all types of angles on weather and climate on the podcast. And so I, I really was wanting to get into sort of what sort of the or if any. Are there any weather or climate angles to any of this. So, yeah. So really, that's one of the ways that it's transported and we see pulse events when we see rain events in terms of the quantity of trash entering the ocean and the quantity of plastic. And I mean, so the weather, absolutely. It's it's basically the mechanism of how can get into the ocean other than someone throwing it, you know, directly. From flooding that maybe put into play? Yeah, and just even storm water events. So I mean, the mismanage waste is off and on the roadways, and that's where water runs, even if it's not a flood event and into our storm water systems, which usually drain directly to creeks..
"university georgia" Discussed on The Paul Finebaum Show
"And he goes and try to he he i don't know what your take was well what else all the rich people with he was better everybody else you go to georgia he was all his family was all that why didn't he go to that i don't know where did i thought he did go to george he he did not graduate from university georgia he graduate from some little small still you never heard of anyone's going to have both going about his goal is for any cap i mean give me what i would bet my next paycheck okay he will break a hundred augusta national there is no doubt my mind set that up there's do you think you break one hundred gus national those handicaps are so overrated garbage here we're not played golf i agree with don't play much anymore out if i can play at all but i i agree i mean it's it's somewhat of a bogus way to do things when you you know you pick your ball they put me down for five i'm good exactly but they turn these scores they can get his indicates a scratch golfer but you know what you're i i played golf with a guy many many years ago at a really hard course and he put three consecutive shots in the water on the ninth hole and i played it out and got a double bogey he had like a fifteen by my count he put down a five and my handicap i'm good i remember our remember golf tournament i want to say it was the us open they had a they had a clo pro okay play tournament and he's not gonna one thirty something i but he was a pro i'm apples arguing playing it down on a difficult on a us open course playing with your buddies on saturday morning are completely different people of any weekend another one hackers paul they hit the ball if it goes eight ten feet or go spend it all they have negra clues that but here's pretty i he loves the has today when.
"university georgia" Discussed on The Paul Finebaum Show
"Can i make a point here go ahead the new england patriots have about how many university georgia players how many soup bowls they won my atlanta falcons keep drafting alabama players weekly the biggest leap his hugh of that headed up to these that dude role player you put in the nfl i don't see the ice i don't really want to this is not nfl live your let's keep this to college football was the last time you'll have quarterback besides joe name that's a valid point but we tell them into radio casters dude that's a whole each at least they cannot a career beyond football they got it beyond football as your throw awful right yeah yeah yeah yeah yeah so you got matthew stafford who else who else you got the nfl you bragging about it quarterback and he's darby good right due back into nfl ain't never won more in eight games and it's old or rayleigh see with the playoffs hey guys legend man we've got to wrap up way when we last on while we spend the last minute talking about what's going to happen this year yeah again because you the bill of college.
"university georgia" Discussed on The Paul Finebaum Show
"We cities to college hoops experts one range rover sport espn's reese davis and jay bilas embark of the ultimate tournament road trip doesn't this time of year get you going like no other time it's everything wonderful about storytelling and drama and sports and competition to do something that's never been done before i'm gonna make my mark with this sis along the way from christian leitner i one big sat twenty five years ago and i'm still remembered for today and paul pierce wanna pull off that epic shot donna put into one come on now to be mentally and physically ready setting the stage in san antonio for never been done before challenged to destination spy gorgeous great for big moment i think well you came through now the problem is i have to come through their big moment awaits watch at espn dot com slash range rover sport land rover above and beyond welcome back to our program final thirty minutes and it's good to have all of you here larry is in georgia and you are on the air or at head larry hey paul how collared longtime watching listening i just want to let you know what a great job gal your holiday thank you droid three retired bulldogs and i just wanted to know upsize this guy that causes himself and yeah is a legend in his own mind how did he get the name legend you know i can't remember where he i think that's where he picked up that monica but i'll let him tell you but it was well issue but of its well earned i'm sure right now dogs not trying to be university alabama where the university georgia we have our that at not time being body and i just want let legend no once they going to do with his his because retires then go be back to mediocrity again he's going to be running this my off like he does every day.
"university georgia" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM
"Out now in the inside of lay uh we we looked guarantees you'll love you checked off were brackets on the meeting arcelor iraqi oil amounted to out of the midwest or the regions the four different regions midwest these dea check him all mixture 'cause i thought they be two or three this year hilmi of lemme midwest easters of south is a west there is a canada uh not much mexico mexico region so raimondo would go the young max curry denied gallo me let me check let's see if i used here in the young girl to the birth of this oh i i see here i have i have a couple of games of a georgia georgia i got i got a georgia team that must be indiana university georgia can't be yep it does georgia state other got all cincinnati to the fifteen thseeded south big georgia state over are you a blood flow buffalo i got buffalo riot gear learn about the ieuan looking over there is a habit rights they never heard of right stay yeah it's it's it's a good one crisis i've rights of riots name young uh china's in it must has made of the big time the whole state the whole state wow good lord they're just my helmet you need the whole state just to make up the team two license their will you know why i have looked deny answer joey let me see if i asked you the worst four a liu brooklyn yes liu brooklyn has had a chance to be in at the grown up against radford who radford the fighting aces brawl love the fighting at eight the texas southern but now i do note on the.
"university georgia" Discussed on Finding Mastery: Conversations with Michael Gervais
"I'm on the first plane out of there the next day after swimming i can't take any more we've just been did the camp it's like i gotta get out its three and a half weekly just leap yeah and so they're left by themselves or support systems gone and that they have other people there agents or whatever but they don't get a time to debrief can oftentimes these are two am interview exactly and they don't get a chance to figure out what's next allison schmidt whose now well spoken advocate for mental health and particularly in ohio performance athletes what could be better she went to an olympics she won three golds two silvers ed individual gold medal worldrecord in something but um i think maybe in really but she goes back to athens georgia to school at university georgia and she just wants to go back to her normal life but that doesn't exist anymore it is in from my quote stamp way like hey what could be better from her sample what what could be worse my whole life is gone it out i mean it is very difficult for these guys okc tilt to stores real quick in but you're sharpening up something about for me the importance of the second part of the dream liked it enhanced that use us a vision usage rare probably exactly the same okay so a matt i want to be an olympian you know but then what will that be like like making sure that that sharp and i learned that from the rebels stratos program is a feel fields baumgartner jump from the edge of space hundred twenty thousand feet first person ever do it early in the process we started to talk about what are you doing next what after this is successful what's that can be like an that real looking back like a okay yes i've read that's really important to do when reiterate minds have said that make sure you do that it was the first time i've seen it really play out in in that worked yeah it's so easy not to do this because there's a fear in some ways that if we take our eye off the ball then you know are we starting a parallel track of getting better at that second thing while what's the essence of preparation or why these events.
"university georgia" Discussed on The Chad Prather Show
"The rental car over good company i won't say who overcharged me ridiculously because a mistake they made at gotta let it all part of it on the road i dealt with at this morning so it's fresh on my mind but if you go to watch chad dot com you can see a number of my tour dates that are coming up i'm actually hit it out tomorrow and to clearwater florida gotta to show their clearwater then on saturday night i'm going to be in fort lauderdale and in male we got we got three shows happening in new broncos texas march third and fourth we've got rich feel connecticut march will get lubbock texas we might be about to add a third show in lubbock really really fun stuff april 21st i'm going to be a mesa arizona we're headed to fargo north dakota minneapolis minnesota lake lynn florida wilmington north carolina greensboro north carolina athens georgia you know right there where i went to school university georgia charleston south carolina ponte vedra florida atlanta georgia winstonsalem north carolina charlotte north carolina alexandria virginia richmond virginia asheville north carolina raleigh north carolina so many places somebody dates so many more adding in if you didn't hear your city guess what we're coming it just takes a little time to get there i promise because that's just the next couple of months ago to watch chat dot com check it out idlib lipsey out there on tour in having a great time in you know it's it's just been a blessing i tell you what you love travelling you'll have people i've got the perfect life and i love above so it's a it's a charmed opportunity for me we're gonna get into the show here in just a minute certainly hope that everybody is enjoying a wonderful week wonderful two thousand eighteen because we're still fresh into it we really are in there so much adventure and so much life still left every day if you go out there and look for it and enjoy it it makes a huge huge difference and i want to say thank you to from the bottom of my heart those of you who tune in its subscribers.
"university georgia" Discussed on The Basketball Friends
"Did i think you're the only what has fallen victim be curious charge what does all like oh dear he's a clue guy you're like i need him on the podcast nary autos who doubt these more waiting for this way way could he sees coming back and greece marianna oh man he's make it a role to greece now well we don't we don't international waters what these up romario out of their natural what did he say athens georgia oh mission athens georgia laden in another items from isn't it i don't know that's where university university georgia's um so fun dimmer that song tehran roof rested what was that band oh sister hazel no two roof her last come on i mean you're going to know this aim abyss you're gonna know this guys love shack love of fifty two b 52s i believe are from that town in growth or other saw a rock lobster lives have the two wrote yes they had another hit o bve bvb to rome wrong number rumour date list those movie yes they were they were cholesterol it that's the only way out in the whole razer okay now you suspect shelter though uh uh marianna he says he's out today oh no yeah no oh islam row is on wrote gesture to do our will let me bring in the one and the only mr jerry ferrara i think he's still shooting you should go unsaid power.
"university georgia" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM
"This weekend edition from npr news i'm scott chiming alice mcdermott's new novel the ninth hour opens with the depressed young man an immigrant from ireland to turns on the gas in the 1900s brooklyn ten of it which he lived with his pregnant wife and takes his life end of the lives of his widow any and the child who will be born without a father sales sister change savior of little nursing sisters at the sick pour the way that a suicide and the kindness of faithful strangers nudging sphere a constellation of human lives here's the story of the ninth hour alice mctr to won the national book award for her novel chairman billy and as a professor of humanity's at johns hopkins university georgia schnurr's studios thanks so much for being with us nights i say in fact any inner daughter come the live in the combat any works in the laundry what tarsus group of religious women to make a life for this widow and her daughter well a sort of the question of the novel itself and the sense of at selflessness yes and sacrifice and selfishness which is let opens the novel in salles father claiming his life as his own by taking it that sort of the question that everyone in the novel has where does selflessness become selfdelusion wear areas sacrifice too much to ask how match obligation does any one of us have to the selfless among us them in interest of selfishness and assist your savior of course energy and what kind of small conspiracy with any two to allow her husband to be buried in the way they would want yes indeed will in those days the suicide was not be allowed to be buried in consecrated ground in a catholic cemetery and sister saint savior and being wise and understands that compassion said and sit in many ways and be the first thought not paroles and then she's pretty determined to break the role and to keep the suicide this story of an accident sell that any can bury her husband in consecrated ground but she is thwarted the new york times happens to pick up the story or a of the suicide because it causes.
"university georgia" Discussed on WSB-AM
"Shut down a mess asked if meth distribution ring allegedly run by a 32yearold mother of two tried scott good morning during a raid on a home and alana go lumpkin county deputy 755 gallon drums of liquid math and thirty kilos of crystal math five people are behind bars but not rain leader clara up mendoza share stacy gerard tells channel two action news i wish that she would turn herself in before you know any other instead take place and and for her safety if she could come and taught us though her so story the street value of the math three hundred million dollars reporting live mark alewine wsb amana dining on charges of child molestation executory raiffa cherokee county remains in jail a little immigration hold police say 21yearold hilario perez was having sex with a 15yearold girl in a car when he was arrested in june at first he lied about his agents will be resting office who was eighteen the trauma station charges added wound police learned his actual age a shooting at an outlawed moslem woodstock is linked to gang activity residents live nearby joe channel 2 action news it's scary at sas and and naturally around here nine nine deaths far police say there was an altercation between a 23yearold driver three suspected gang members at the outlook shops of atlanta one is under arrest two others remain on the run a former mayor goes to jail to jackson county for using taxpayer money to papers mothers driveway ronnie maxwell pleaded guilty to charges that by taking the one time here nicholson took ten thousand dollars from the special local option sales tax maxwell admitted that the judge he made a stupid mistake will serve ninety days in jail followed by nine months of house arrest and neighbors are stunned after learning amana near athens apartment complex had bombmaking materials we never knew was gonna go this far crazy we had no clue jess who actually news reports police were so concerned they shut down the complex near the university georgia caplis for twelve hours thirty one year old david romain tells while these he was making a bulletproof vest the time is four forty one were checking weather and traffic every six minutes to get you ready for the friday morning drive i'm wsb meteorologist kirk mellish with most accurate and dependable forecast.
"university georgia" Discussed on WAFS Biz 1190
"A fair question you're i don't know that i want to jump to any conclusions yet because there's probably a couple of weeks worth of information to come out it campus police didn't carry stunguns a spokesman for georgia techs told cnn so there's a question these these these colleges i don't care of its georgia tech university georgia university of tennessee or berkeley if you're going to have armed police in this day and age with police shootings in these things getting so toxic in out of hand why not always arm them or the taser so there's the answer to it but that does become the fault of this individual police officer necessarily i'm not giving any body the pro where the kind yet but if they don't carry taseer's they can't use them i skipped that part now scott schultz according to the state investigative bureau the state investigated bureau gbi referred to show referred to schultz as a male so scott schultz but he or she now goes by scout and the family says that the pref the preferred way of referring to scout schultz or scott schultz is them quote them so it's like two people in one shorts described themselves as bisexual non binary and intersex on the website for pride allowing alliance i told you that all of this transgender stuff now i'm not trying to be people will call a big here call me whatever the it is a sickness it is high depression and there is a high likelihood of at least an attempt for suicide and we are in bracing and indulging in encouraging this behavior to try to normalize it with the thinking that there would be less suicide aired you've got someone who is in georgia tech not not anything to sneeze at as far as an institution for engineering and technology i mean it's a good one they are studying for a masters they are the lead of the pride alliance in their community they didn't just i mean in their college they in just get that by being you know in in competent but at.
"university georgia" Discussed on WSB-AM
"The top three things you need to know this morning with scott slade at 515 number ones are or whether it will be breezy partly cloudy today the isolated showers and storms forty percent likely with a high of eighty to this line of showers now cross the george alabama border advice when he moving away never to what's left of harvey the tropical depression i just checked the national hurricane center the rough center is about forty miles southwest of nashville tennessee hit is moving northeast at sixty miles an hour with thirty while an hour winds flash flood watches of warnings that effect for parts nor the mississippi across western said asean and a bunch of kentucky and the damage zone around houston officials there are turning their text the finding temporary housing for those shelters and there were three the first words bulldogs football we of the year fifty thranked university georgia opens a twoday as a twotouchdown favorite against apple they should stay it's a challenge it's it's a great opener because for us we likely plan a high quality team early ole just over by all suspects much as we head coach kirby smart eric zeier in a broadcast team why this could be a breakout year for the dogs couple of years ago was kirby was coming into the fold i i really thought that it was going to be a three or four your plan to get us up to be elite within the sec or at least even within the sec east i i think this was they break out year for george when you take a look at the schedule sets up very favourably force the guys that we had coming back all the talk of the great recruiting class uh really the best recruiting job is getting all these guys to come back now mortgage fired up for the season to vie with her bulldogs kickoff special beginning at six tailgate show tomorrow begins at two pm kickoff it's six.
"university georgia" Discussed on Future Tense
"Associate professor of computer science david robots has developed a harmless to improve communication retreated sable person and his assistant the artis is a wearable system so we have computing devices and sensors that we put on the dog the sensors are monitoring things about what the dog is doing in particular their movement and body position as well as their physiology so they're heart rate and respiratory rate and using wireless communications were able to send that information to a computer laptop that's nearby and machinelearning algorithms data mining algorithms go through that and interpret things about what the dog is doing all use hinting as an example panting is a thermal regulatory process but it's also a stress process in the subtle differences between those two requires really an expert i to detect the differences reliably but the physiological signals that correlate with those things the changes in heart rate the changes and respiratory rates are things that could be measured much more objectively using technology this is really the count in the protection how federal father i will say we're still pretty far off the technology that we have is very much research technology we have shown a lot of promise but there's still a lot more that we need to do in terms of expanding beyond the core behaviors that we've started with rates we put a lot of effort into stress and anxiety but there are many other things i think that people would be very interested to know about their dogs that we haven't really started on and then there's also a natural progression of technology from the research lab to becoming a commercial product so i would estimate that we're probably at least seven to ten years away from something really viable being available now at american university georgia tech.
"university georgia" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM
"Risked being arrested and potentially process for deportation if they ever sort of wound up on the wrong side of things and dead it was a legitimate fears we've just seen a of texas house of representatives member just cold ice because people were protesting outside of his office yup and that i mean they're they're they're so many examples of exactly these kinds of threatens kind of behavior it's it's truly disheartening there is a similar example in mississippi several months ago a young woman who was speaking out about the deportation of her father and who after a rally at which she spoke was followed by immigration agents and and arrested it's a reality what kinds of protests have we seen through as a result of freedom university which likes to call itself f you that it's i guess we won't explained that joke yeah they they have on their tshirts f you georgia for university georgia the the the actions that were organized by students from university were always very pointed to for example um in in the winter 2015 an action that both ashley melissa were involved in a was a a sort of forced integration of a classroom symbolic integration of classroom at the university of georgia who had a citizen that's right that a sit in nor about seventy or eighty people who turned out some of whom were major historical personnages who wanted to lend their name and their direction to this effort and that particular sit in resulted in melissa's rest the time and then could she had been deported that that was that was a danger to the credit of the directors of the school both the founders in the the current director mick of salty's the students are are are given training in how to protest in ways that allow them to exercise civil disobedience rights to civil disobedience that that are also through mindful and and conscientious about some of the legal risks going too far what am melissa ashley doing now while they're they're pads at this particular moment in time have for the first time in their lives begun to diverge so ashley uh this past year in the fall of 2016 after years of applying to colleges both of them apply together would often get into different places again have distinguished academic records.