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Veterans museum pops-up in library

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Special to the Colonnade The pop-up museum, a collaborative effort from artist Jack Leamy and Georgia College, featured a collection of interviews, photos and paintings on display to preserve the memories of veterans in the community and across the country. GC English professor Katie Simon and her students played a significant role in making it […]

November 14th, 2014 | Posted in Entertainment,Lead stories | Read More »

PBC Nationals tournament possible for cross country

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The men’s and women’s cross country teams can represent GC at Nationals if either team or an individual places in the top three Derek Roberts @ATLSportsDerek Last week at the PBC conference meet, the men’s cross country team placed seventh out of 10, and the women’s team placed eighth out of 12. Junior Paul McNeil […]

November 14th, 2014 | Posted in Lead stories,Sports | Read More »

Thunder Crew rallies Bobcats

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Spirit group transforms to an official mascot in the last six years Angela Moryan @traveling_ang They’ve found their way unto Georgia College’s 125 Most Influential list and dominate a specific section of the Centennial Center, but questions about their greater purpose for the Georgia College community still drown the Thunder Crew By definition, Thunder Crew […]

November 14th, 2014 | Posted in Lead stories,Sports | Read More »

Colonials to Bobcats

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Highlight of Georgia College sports from the past six decades Derek Roberts @ATLSportsDerek To the surprise of many students and faculty members, Georgia College and State University has not always been the Bobcats, and the school hasn’t always been Georgia College and State University. Before the Bobcats existed, the school was represented as the Georgia […]

November 7th, 2014 | Posted in Lead stories,Sports | Read More »

What Does GC mean to you?

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The Georgia College community reflects on what the college means to them “Start of my future ” Rachel Weaver, sophomore special education major “An Answered Prayer” Lauren Betten, freshman rhetoric major “Opportunity” Jessi Wheeler, junior psychology major “Community” Lou Schreckenberger, junior sociology major “Service, Learning & Experience” Bianca Diaz, sophomore management major “Equal Chances” J’barri […]

November 7th, 2014 | Posted in Feature,Lead stories | Read More »

Georgia College timeline through the years

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        1889 – Georgia College chartered as Georgia Normal and Industrial College 1922 – Georgia College chartered as Georgia Normal and Industrial College 1932 – Joins University System of Georgia 1961 – Name changed to Women’s College of Georgia 1967 – Women’s College of Georgia becomes co-educational and is renamed Georgia College […]

November 7th, 2014 | Posted in Lead stories,News | Read More »