Joining Forces With Our Troops

Before he became the 2018-19 commander for the Jaguar Army ROTC Battalion, U.S. Army Cadet Chris Han was serving as an enlisted soldier at Fort Gordon studying linguistics at the Defense Language Institute. However, Han wanted more out of his military career and decided to enroll at Augusta...

In Place: Out of the Rough

Augusta might be famous because of the Augusta National, but before there was an Augusta National, there was the Forest Hills-Ricker Hotel and golf course.

Dispatch From: Den Bosch, Netherlands

Keshun Sherrill ended his college basketball career as the all-time leading scorer in Peach Belt Conference history. Guess where he is now.

Answers Along the Way: Lori Foster

"Think big and start small. Whatever starting small means to you, see how that connects to some of these bigger goals that the community and our country and society have."

Coule Runnings

From Summerville to the medical college to the medical center, Dr. Philip Coule knows the place inside and out.

A Hope and a Future

When Macallin Thomas speaks to church congregations, he ends his story with a metaphor about glow sticks. “A glow stick is just a glow stick until it’s broken. And then it glows to its full potential.”

Through The Lens: A. Spring 2018

It's been a busy year so far. Here are just a few of the highlights, including Alumni Weekend parties, Match Day and the President's Cookout.

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