Every Monday and Tuesday, Georgia College rhetoric students can be found at Milledgeville’s only soup kitchen—peeling potatoes, chopping onions and shredding meats. They set tables, serve meals to the less fortunate, wash dishes and haul out garbage.
Then they use what they've observed and learned to write a great speech—putting their rhetoric to work, educating others about food insecurities of the poor.
Senior Bonnie Queen wasn’t always comfortable in front of a crowd. The soon-to-be-graduate says the part of her personality that likes to be at the podium led her to explore the art of rhetoric.
Senior rhetoric major Moriah Thomas knew one thing coming into Georgia College four years ago. She wanted to be a leader.