Cole Watkins (BA ’12)

3 Qs: Cole Watkins

Cole Watkins is a marketing analyst, small-business owner and Augusta University alumnus (BA ’12). An undergraduate assignment to build a business plan led to the creation of Cole Watkins Tours. Now in its sixth year of...

Carole Hanes

3 Qs: Carole Hanes

DCG Associate Dean Carole Hanes for over 30 years has been one of the most visible – and friendly – faces on campus. She is pivotally involved in the life of every dental student, from admission through graduation. She...

A stairwell in Gertrude Herbert Institute of Art

In Place: One Man’s Folly

Although the mansion at 506 Telfair may have been Nicholas Ware’s biggest mistake, it has since become one of Augusta’s greatest treasures.

Jedidiah Ballard

3 Qs: Jedidiah Ballard

Dr. Jedidiah Ballard is an assistant professor in emergency medicine for the Medical College of Georgia at Augusta University. After earning his Doctor of Osteopathic Medicine at Des Moines University in 2010, the...

3 Qs: Cowboy Mike

Michael Searles is a professor emeritus of history at Augusta University. Known to the Augusta community as Cowboy Mike, Searles strives to educate audiences on the Western experiences of black cowboys. Although he is...

3 Qs: Pardon Ndhlovu

PARDON NDHLOVU came to Augusta University as an international student from Zimbabwe. During his time as a student, Ndhlovu also served as a graduate assistant coach for both the cross country and track and field teams...

Jocks and Gents tie tutorial for fifth-graders at Gracewood Elementary

In the Field: Tied to the Community

Longtime athletic director Clint Bryant has a 28-year track record of giving back to the Augusta community, and over the years, he’s worked hard to weave that dedication into the fabric of the Augusta University...

Photo by Phil Jones

In Place: Augusta’s Audacious Landmark

Started in 1913, gutted by the Great Augusta Fire of 1916 and opened in 1918, the Lamar Building of 1974, known then as the Southern Finance Building, was a monument to owner Eugene Holley’s stature and wealth...

Taking it to the Streets

Students Offer Lifeline Through  Homeless Clinic It is a Monday morning in late August, and Robert Cobb is waiting in line at the Downtown Cooperative Church Ministry’s Food Pantry on 8th Street in Augusta. The pantry...

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