Through the Lens: A. Spring 2019

Tree Lighting

The Augusta community gathered on the Summerville Campus for a night of good fun and holiday cheer at the annual tree lighting, one of the most anticipated local events of the holiday season.

Open Paws Pantry

Thanks to the generous donations made by members of the Augusta University community, the Open Paws Food Pantry provided nutritional assistance for students in need.

Cancer Center Ribbon Cutting

Gov. Nathan Deal joined President Brooks Keel and other state and local officials in December to cut the ribbon on the $62.5 million expansion of the M. Bert Storey Research Building at the Georgia Cancer Center.


In January, the university launched JagRide, a 24-hour bike-sharing service serving both campuses. The system includes 18 GPS-enabled bikes that students or staff can access for free for 30 minutes per day.

Day at the capitol

Augusta University students — and President Brooks Keel — met with legislators under the gold dome in Atlanta at the annual Day at the Capitol event.

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