It started as an idea. That idea took a team consisting of two physics majors, a marketing major and a liberal studies major to bring it to life.
Liberal arts; it’s a phrase we hear constantly across the Georgia College campus. But what does it mean and why is it important?
During her sophomore year, Paige Stanley and all other Georgia College students take a course called GC2Y, which focuses global perspectives in various disciplinary, multidisciplinary or interdisciplinary contexts. Stanley and her friend Taylor Winslow registered for a course that focused on the ethics of what we eat, and for both students, their lives were changed.