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Haunted Cemetery Tour: Students liven up Halloween with ghosts of Milledgeville’s past

Not only was Milledgeville the state capitol during Civil War days—over the centuries, it’s been home to some pretty interesting townsfolk: brothel owners, suspected witches, train robbers, murderers.

History professors and students build new BBQ website

Take all the knowledge—gathered by a lifetime of barbecue obsession—and season it with ingenuity, storytelling, great photos and maps. Let the idea simmer to perfection a few years. Then add two history professors and a couple of communication students.

What do you get?

The state’s first and only barbecue website: “Georgia BBQ Trails.”

Seat at the table: Student advocate gives voice to underrepresented

In November 2015, Cedric Norris Jr. was a freshman weeks into his leading role in “The Ballad of Emmett Till,” when he got a call from home. 

His granddad had been killed two days before Thanksgiving.

From people on-the-street to local educators – one sociology student records history in Milledgeville

Tavaris Johnson wanted to burst the bubble that kept him and fellow students from seeing Milledgeville citizens as real. He figured out how to do that with two sociology projects.

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