State legislators garnered votes for pending bills while drinking whiskey at the local tavern.
Irish author and journalist Paddy Woodworth will discuss whether environmental damage can be reversed in a public talk at 8 p.m. Tuesday in the Arts and Sciences auditorium.
With 58 percent of the faculty and staff participating, the faculty and staff portion of the “Pillars for the Future” fundraising campaign has exceeded its goal.
The Georgia College campus has achieved the honor of Garden of the Month presented by Milledgeville Garden Club
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Georgia College’s Dr. William Risch will present a lecture, “Cold War Culture Wars and the Soviet West.”
What made Pablo Picasso’s art revolutionary? Why did the Freedom Riders take action to prompt reform?
One of spring’s most iconic flowers blossoms at Georgia College’s Natural History Museum and Planetarium — in fossil form.