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Language, history, culture – and science? GC professors and students embark on summer excursion to Berlin

When people travel to Berlin, Germany, they often think of the city’s historic past – from the Weimar Republic to the cruelty of World War II. They think of a once-divided city that today is a tranquil center for the arts, museums, architecture, cuisine and music.

They don’t often think science.

Class of 2017: Honors senior never let obstacles get in the way

Matthew Alexander Cline did pretty much everything in college. But, unless he tells you, an important distinguishing feature in his life would go unnoticed.

From the South to Spain: Alumna accepts teaching position in Madrid

May 29 will go down as an exceptional moment in Anna Williamson’s, ’16, life. It’s when she was offered a position teaching students who are in kindergarten through age 12 in Madrid, Spain. As the psychology major and Spanish minor eagerly awaits the start of her new profession, she expresses her thanks to Georgia College for preparing her for this teaching opportunity.

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