Tuition for undergraduate students enrolled for the Fall 2013 semester at Georgia College will increase by 2.5 percent. The increase comes as a result of the continuing gap in the university’s operating budget and money received from state appropriations. Cost for graduate students will go up an average of 3 percent. In-state, undergraduate tuition for [...]
The Boston Marathon bombing and the ensuing media frenzy have one thing in common: just as the lives of 176 people, as the count stood late Wednesday evening, at the 117th Boston Marathon changed in a split-second, so has the news all week. Most notably, today, Wednesday, April 17. In the course of an hour, [...]
Latino fraternity hosts dance competition to unify fraternities and sororities It was the bass heavy beats of Rick Ross, 2 Chainz and similar artists that GC students, alums and friends of both were cavorting to at the warm-up to Clash of the Titans. Various matching stitch letters and coordinating outfits bounded between the large groups [...]
Just last year, one of Milledgeville’s nearest and dearest streets was listed as a place in peril by the Georgia Trust for Historic Preservation, the state authority on historic restorations. Houses had been up for sale for years, home values were steadily dropping, and the future didn’t look bright for Liberty Street. In its report [...]
Bobcat point guard battles hardship, mental growth and physical recovery Kayla Upchurch’s basketball season ended in the opening minute of her first game at GC. After 23 seconds against West Georgia and a year of waiting, the rising star of GC planted, twisted and went down. “It can’t be,” the sophomore point guard thought on Nov. [...]
Kappa Delta sold the blue pinwheels lining the sidewalk on Front Campus this week to students for $1 in the LITC. The proceeds went to child abuse charities associated with the sorority.