End it Movement hosts event to stop slavery

Written by: Avery Kronz Eighty students participated in the first Georgia College End It Movement slavery awareness event on front campus on Thursday night, a fundraiser that included entertainment and a motivational speaker. “The End…







Campus renovations alter office locations

Written by: Will Slaten Faculty offices are being shuffled around campus in order to make the best use of available space and to continue much needed renovation projects. Most of the office shifts and space…







GC spreads active citizenship in local schools

Written by: Marlee Thomas Georgia College’s Public Achievement Program’s design challenges students to think of themselves as citizen scholars and stewards of place, providing opportunity for students to implement knowledge gained in the classroom into…







Community celebrates beloved GC professor

Written by: Carson Gregors Friends, family, students, co-workers lined the walls and filled the pews of Freedom Church’s sanctuary on Monday, Oct. 17, as the Milledgeville community celebrated the life and faith of Georgia College…







How ‘bout them pumpkins?

Written by: Tori Gleeson Crooked Pines Farm, a family-owned business located in Eatonton, hosted their sixth annual Pumpkin Festival on Saturday, Oct. 1. It included a pumpkin patch, hayrides, a chili cook-off, a petting farm…







Art-to-Art Talks

Written by: Emily Hinely When Allie Kangas speaks her intensity and passion is immediately apparent. Kangas plays Blanche, a character with a lot of baggage, in GC’s most recent production, “A Streetcar Named Desire.” Blanche…







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