Students attending summer orientation this year will hail from all over the U.S. and abroad. But for some, Milledgeville and Georgia College is already a staple in their lives
The Morris family has made their mark on Georgia College, and now it’s time for the youngest of the Savannah family to enter Bobcat Nation
Isabella Echeverria has faced many frustrating moments. Just watching TV or following along in school was tough.
But memories of real hardships her family faced in Venezuela kept Echeverria from quitting.
Under 30: Lauren Holman, Management Analyst for the Centers for Disease Control & Prevention.
Three Georgia College students are visiting the rolling green hills of South Korea this summer – where Buddhist statues, cherry trees and quaint fishing villages dot the countryside.
But their experiences there will be vastly different.
Justin Cave, an incoming first-year, will balance his academic career with his love for sports.
Samantha Pappas knows what she wants and she doesn’t second-guess herself.
In fact, Pappas was so sure about Georgia College – she was the first student from the Class of 2021 to apply, and she was the first to be admitted.
The upcoming junior plans to major in mass communication. Over the last several years, he’s honed his craft while working and taking classes at a college near his hometown.
When Kailah “Kai” Jeffries contemplated universities to attend this fall, she envisioned going out of state. However, after setting foot on Georgia College’s campus during a private tour by GC’s Head Soccer Coach Hope Clark, her decision to attend was quite clear.
For her teammate and Tucker resident Claire Mitchell, having the opportunity to play soccer in college is “a dream come true.” She started playing at age four.
Meet Ryan Cost of zip code 30259 and Ryan Yost of 30269. Only one letter in their last names and one number of their zip codes separate them from being easily mixed up on a roll sheet.
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.
Under 30: Paige Stanley, Master’s of Animal Science student, Michigan State University and future Ph.D. student at the University of California at Berkeley.
Abbie Lahmers is staying busy this summer as a slow flood of manuscripts start to pour into her inbox.
Kamari Jett knows what he wants out of life. He doesn’t mind following his own guide because he understands that it is the only route to where he wants to be. Jett, a transfer student from Roswell, Georgia, will begin his junior year at Georgia College.
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