Wisdom by word-of-mouth

Written by: Morgan Anglin Dozens of melancholy youths congregated underneath Blackbird’s quiet upstairs, the majority of them sipping iced coffees and leafing through handwritten notebooks as rap music blasted and introductions were made. The occasion…

Storytime in The Nest

Written by: Emily Hinely Once a month, Georgia College’s literary journal, “The Peacock’s Feet,” hosts an event called Red Earth Readings, which gives local authors and performers a chance to share their work with an…

Bobcats speak out regarding campus safety

Written by: Abby Collins This week, The Colonnade asked students, “In regards to the recent robbery committed near campus and other reported crimes, how does this reflect on Public Safety and your opinion of them?”…

A streetcar named Jacob

Written by: Mckenna Jones From Sept. 28 through Oct. 2, Georgia College Theatre and Dance will present the play, A Streetcar Named Desire, starring Jacob Johnson as the lead character, Stanley. Although Johnson has been…

Drawing from inspiration

Written by: Sarah Dumas Throughout the fall semester, Georgia College’s Drawing I course is inviting guest speakers to discuss differing artistic processes with the class. In the case of Valerie Aranda, this pertains to sketching….

Milledgeville’s sweet tooth

Written by: Wellsley Kesel When it comes to sweets, Milledgeville is home to a few treasures frequented by locals and students alike. History plays a major role in Milledgeville’s charm, and several local businesses have…

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