Georgia College Front Page

May 2017

Class of 2017: Acting brings senior closer to becoming a super hero

Watching movies as a child, Jeremy Colwell noticed there weren’t super heroes in real life. But, if he grew up to be an actor, he’d get paid to be one.

Acting also didn’t deliver the same bruises as football. So, early in high school, he ditched the field for the stage and never looked back.

Local school health screenings provide mutual benefit

Helping students break their frustration of not being able to decipher the writing on the board at the front of the classroom, or detecting unforeseen learning disabilities in their early stages are only samples of what Georgia College seniors have accomplished. This past year, they conducted health screenings in Baldwin, Bibb, Jones, Putnam and Washington County schools checking up to 1,000 children and teens—ages 3 to 18—for vision, hearing, scoliosis and developmental disabilities.

Class of 2017: Georgia College Honors student maps roads in Tanzania

Roads in the small, Tanzanian village become dust bowls in the dry season and swimmable in the wet. No one has cars. Potholes are everywhere. Cement slabs under houses don’t keep the water out. One Georgia College Honors student is doing something about it.  


Representing peers comes naturally for SGA vice president

SGA Vice President Terrell Davis

Senior Terrell Davis has a sense for public office. As the vice president of the Student Government Association (SGA) he is doing what comes inherently. Upon graduating in spring 2017, the mass communication major aspires to launch his career in public relations and eventually work his way up in public office.

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