Georgia College students have for the most part been shielded from the crime that happens just blocks from campus, but this school year three serious crimes have affected students. There was a bomb threat in the fall and an attempted robbery at gunpoint across the street from campus in February. There was a shooting at [...]
A man was shot the morning of Saturday, March 23 in an argument that started over a stolen cell phone. Baldwin County Sheriff’s Office responded to the shooting victim once he was taken to Oconee Regional Medical Center. The victim, Curtis Devero, was shot with a .380 caliber bullet, according to Lt. Bobby Langford. After [...]
A student trades in her paper and pencil for soup and crackers while working at Milledgeville’s soup kitchen y feet and back were aching from walking on the hard cement floor. I looked around to the 40 or so tables that surrounded me, waiting on someone to beckon me over. The people surrounding me varied [...]
The Georgia College sororities and fraternities brought their best game to this year’s Greek Week events. Greek Week began on April 13 and organizations competed for six days in a series of events including softball, flag football, tug-of-war and an obstacle course.
On April 19 and 20, Georgia College interviewed two candidates for the open Greek Life Director position.
Kappa Sigma was put on suspension on March 2 for allegations of hazing. The fraternity has since been investigated by both the school and its national chapter.