Georgia's college students are tired of being stuck in the middle.
Since learning that hundreds of millions of dollars could be slashed from the state's higher education budget, students have formed activist groups to educate their peers and lobby for change. They've conference-called with like minds about strategies for communicating with their representatives. And in this modern movement, they've used the Internet to build support and learn more about the possible cuts.
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