Katie Landers makes natural, cultural, family and social influences unite in ‘Roots’ On a gorgeous spring evening in Milledgeville, 11 pieces of art hung on the walls of Blackbridge Hall that seemed to reflect the world outside and the people in it. Katie Landers is a senior art major and psychology minor, and two weeks [...]
What used to be the Paw Prints bookstore is being renovated into a practice space for GC’s band and orchestra. The new space will be a large upgrade from the their current practice space in Porter. “Logistically, its not a great place, and this certainly will be an improvement over what we have now,” Michael [...]
The Colonnade sat down with Amy Pinney, director of the upcoming production “I Love You, You’re Perfect, Now Change.” She speaks highly of the comedy and hopes for the audience to truly connect with the characters. the colonnade: What made you choose to do this play? amy pinney: I don’t make the choice alone. [...]
With campus parking being more on the hectic side, campus shuttles make life for students a lot easier. These shuttles run all day, ferrying students from West Campus, which frees up parking spots for commuter students. Beth McCauley, parking services monitor, knows the routes like she knows the back of her hand. “We have seven [...]
The Spring intramurals season ended April 12. While winding down their last few games of the regular season, RecSports is also putting on Greek Week events.
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