With the stroke of the finger Georgia College senior Spenser Norris begins the morning lessons teaching the days of the week, vocabulary words and problem-solving skills.
Novelist and journalist Joe Samuel Starnes will lecture at the Old Governor’s Mansion at Georgia College about his current novel of a Southern landscape forever changed by one environmental decision.
A Georgia College professor’s work in environmental science has been recognized in national science education newsletter SENCER — Science Education for New Civic Engagements and Responsibilities.
A Georgia College student logo and slogan competition about the campus library shows students give a hoot.
Georgia College’s greenhouse will host an open house Friday to celebrate 25 years of providing opportunities for studentresearch and building community relationships.
University and community members will gather at 6 p.m. Thursday, April 5 at the Smith House on West Greene Street for the annual Take Back the Night march and rally.
Its rebuilt brick-supported wooden columns and freshly finished front porch present the first signs that the Sallie Ellis Davis House is reborn.
Don Bailey likes a challenge.
Making negotiations, thinking creatively and speaking publicly have honed his leadership skills in the media business.