Emma Brodzik has worked months planning a week long celebration for Earth Day that included a talk by a globally-renowned environmental activist, ran a highly-coordinated month-long a tree planting campaign and is still managing to check all the boxes a senior does before graduating.
Marketing major and shortstop Brandon Benson of Loganville, Georgia, (No. 24) was recently awarded the NCAA Division II Southeast Region Player of the Week by the National Collegiate Baseball Writers Association—not once, but for two consecutive weeks.
Exercise Science majors Zachary Rader and Jonathan Golden may look like typical college seniors, but their path to graduation took them on a journey of self discovery.
Senior Chrishandra Perkins was always destined to teach. From an early age, her preacher called her “the teacher” as she read church announcements each Sunday.
The “winningest intramural player of all time” – that’s what ImLeagues, a website that tracks college intramurals, calls Georgia College senior Nathan Vickroy.
Back home in Nigeria, Chukwuemeka Ibebuike – or “Chuks” as he’s affectionately known on campus – never knew what it’s like to have steady electricity.
During her K-12 education Elizabeth Hanson never set foot in a traditional classroom, yet that’s where she found her passion.
For Executive Director of GC Miracle Jacob Zawoysky, supporting the Dance Marathon—a 12-hour lock-in benefiting the Children’s Miracle Network Hospital in Macon—is all about moving. The event is Georgia College’s largest fundraiser garnering $222,492.56 in April.
Senior Cassidy Rice crossed home many times during her softball career. But leaving her small hometown of Du Quoin, Illinois, was one of the hardest decisions of her life.
More than 600 psychology students have trained with psychology professor Dr. Tsu-Ming Chiang over the years, changing the lives of about 1,000 children in Baldwin County. Students provide services at the Early Learning Center in Milledgeville, caring for children with a range of behavioral or emotional issues.