Although we all know that the issue of trash is pretty much a scape goat for the University to end all of the drunken fun that is had on campus in Athens, I'd like to throw another suggestion out there as to how we can "Keep North Campus Clean" without ending everyone's game day fun!
I have no raw data, but I am willing to bet that hundreds (if not thousands) of tickets are given in downtown Athens each semester for underage drinking, disorderly conduct, urinating in public, etc. How about taking those that get caught and assigning them to a specific community service program that involves cleaning up North Campus after each home game in the fall? We could save money, clean up the trash, and most likely curve a small amount of mischief that occurs downtown due to unruly students!
Hey, it's just an idea, but a damn good one if I might add! I just don't want to see the University ruin one of the things that differentiates college football in the South from anywhere else on earth. Please don't do this to the fans UGA!