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The ABCs of UGA

Things only UGA students would understand.

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The ABCs of UGA

Let me give you the ABC run down of The University of Georgia.

A: Attack the Day

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B: Between the Hedges!

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C: Concerts at The Georgia Theatre

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D: Don't walk under the arch or you won't graduate on time!

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E: Eating breakfast at Mama's Boy

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F: Freshmen High Rises (#russellalumna)

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G: Go Dawgs!

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H: Hairy Dawg is better than Spike

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I: It's Saturdayyyyyy in Athens!

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J: Jittery Joes Coffee

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K: Kirby Smart for President

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L: Late nights at Snelling

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M: Ms. Sandra giving you a hug and a "Have a great day Baby"

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N: Night Campus Bus

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O: Ordering feta fries from The Grill

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P: Parking (there is none)

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Q: Quavo loves the dawgs

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R: Ringing The Chapel Bell

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S: Studying in MLC

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T: Tabling from the endless amount of student organizations we have on campus. UGA HEROs has some of the best table-rs on campus, so be sure to reach out to them!

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U: Uga is the best college mascot

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V: Visiting the Founder's Memorial Garden

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W: Walk sign is on for all crossings

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X: diXieland Delight playing in every bar

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Y: You'll see someone jumping in the Fountain all of the time

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Z: ZEUS

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