Student-run journal of politics and foreign affairs launches website
Founded in the Spring of 2011 by six University of Georgia undergraduate students, The Georgia Political Review (GPR) seeks to publish quality original content from University of Georgia undergraduates in the fields of political science, international affairs, history, and economics. These students recognized Georgia’s position as a nationwide leader in politics and saw the vacancy of a student-run undergraduate review, a publication present at various top schools across the nation. After seeking the guidance of professors and mentors, the Georgia Political Review was established in May of 2011.
Published each semester in print and online, the GPR is the only publication of its kind in the state university system, and seeks to become a nationwide model for articulate, timely commentary on politics and foreign affairs. The Co Editor-in-Chiefs of GPR is SPIA senior Ryan Prior, a double major in international affairs and english, and Khalil Farah, a senior double-majoring in political science and english.