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Fuad Elhage, a lecturer of Spanish for the professions in the Franklin College of Arts and Sciences, was recognized for his “Diversity through Dance” workshop, a class offered for the Certificate in Diversity and Inclusion.

On Saturday evening, hundreds of spectators gathered at The Classic Center to attend the annual Dancing with the Athens Stars. The fundraising event is thrown by Project Safe, a local nonprofit organization dedicated to helping those impacted by domestic violence.

The University of Georgia Tango Club is an on-campus organization made to promote cultural diversity through music and dancing. The club is based on Argentine tango, and is open to all students, faculty and Athens residents.

Engaging today’s youth in civil discussions of contentious issues remains both a crucial element in democratically oriented education and extremely challenging to facilitate.

Milonga Tropical returns to Athens on October 28, 2021 at Club Rialto, the event venue on the lower level of Hotel Indigo in Downtown Athens.   

Marcos Cotlar contributed his time to document Athens' First Milonga event on August 23, 2019.

Milonga Tropical was created as a way for others to experience the most elegant form of dance. Tango is a form of magic.... 

Saturday night in downtown Athens could not be more eventful. While G-day was winding down, the crowds around downtown were not.

Jennifer Cooper, director of the Wolf Trap Institute for Early Learning Through the Arts, said arts integration — particularly lessons where children get to move and play — is a good way to reach a lot of children who struggle with traditional book lessons.