Aug. 17, 2012 — If there’s a better way to piss off students and journalists than letting a condescending adman tell students how to run their newspaper, I can’t imagine what it would be. That, I would guess, is why UGA’s Harry Montevideo makes the big bucks. Montevideo — publisher of the Red & Black, whose key editorial staffers walked out this week — collected nearly $190,000 in salary a year ago from the non-profit that runs the student paper, tax records show.
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Foster care fraught with private abuses, public excuses School finds undercounts in dropouts, discipline In SEC, UGA’s share of federal pork leaner Ga. teachers: A lifetime of job security changing? Angel Food Ministries’ work still in demand despite controversy Lobbyists, lawmakers hobnob days before Legislature convenes
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E-mails show Oxendine had ‘personal interest’ in probe UGA’s Adams defends Evans pay hike Clayton school board member loses 2nd bid to stop his ouster Judge grants restraining order against Dougherty school board
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