Top 10 most-read stories of 2017

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This is the time of year when everyone’s got a list. The year’s best this, the year’s worst that.

Scroll through any website or flip through any paper and you’ll find them. They’re everywhere, these lists.

Including here.

This time, though, you’ve had something to say about it. Here, you’ll find the most-read Jagwire stories of the last year. Which means this is a list of the things you, our readers, were most eager to read about.

In the coming year we promise to give you more of the updates and insight you’ve come to expect from Jagwire. In the meantime, enjoy this look back at the Top 10 most-read stories of 2017.

  1. Colors chosen for Uniform Branding Initiative July
  2. AU Health signs agreement on downtown property June
  3. AU Medical Center doctors ranked America’s best 16 years in a row March
  4. Four Augusta University employees named Top 10 Young Professionals June
  5. So you want to take a selfie with the solar eclipse? July
  6. New information regarding faculty and staff parking registration May
  7. Want free fair tickets? We got `em. October
  8. Police chief talks campus carry June
  9. Jillella returns as J. Harold Harrison MD Chair for Medical Oncology May
  10. The Dental College of Georgia earns No. 16 in global rankings August
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Kelly Jasper is Digital Content Manager at Augusta University. Contact her to schedule an interview on this topic or with one of our experts at 706-721-4706 or

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