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The Colonnade

The Colonnade is Georgia College and State University’s award-winning student newspaper. We are student run and aim to provide with you accurate, timely and informative stories regarding the Georgia College community.

The problematic behavior of Tucker Carlson

The problematic behavior of Tucker Carlson

Hannah Adams, Asst. Opinion Editor February 1, 2023

Since the start of television news reporting, political stances have become a pinnacle piece of most large-scale news stations. This has led to the segregation of channels and a huge disconnect in the...

A.I is not our enemy

A.I is not our enemy

Abigayle Allen, Opinion Editor February 1, 2023

OpenAI recently developed a language model named ChatGPT that changes the way in which society views and uses technology. This new model is laced with the ability to work as virtual assistants, a language...

The Mist and its relevance today

“The Mist” and its relevance today

Abigayle Allen, Opinion Editor February 1, 2023

In Frank Darabont’s film adaptation of “The Mist”, written originally by Stephen King, many of the prejudices that are inherently different today, continue to prove that societal ideals have not...

Photo of the trail to mens prison at Central State

“Seeking Asylum” opens in Milledgeville

GC's alumni's photography exhibit on Central State Hospital draws attention to mental health
Kylie Rowe, Contributing Writer February 1, 2023

Jessica Whitehead, GC alumna and judicial assistant for Superior Court Judge Terry N. Masse of the Ocmulgee Judicial Circuit, has a photography exhibit called “Seeking Asylum” opening Feb. 4 in the...

Cale’s cinema critiques: best movies of 2022

Cale’s cinema critiques: best movies of 2022

Cale Strickland, Managing Editor February 1, 2023

After two of the worst years in the history of the box office, movies are back, and I went to the theater more than ever before in 2022. Including streaming titles, I saw a total of 69 new releases over...

Wild performances in the NFL wild-card weekend

Wild performances in the NFL wild-card weekend

Drew Bogumill, Staff Writer February 1, 2023

From heartbreaking losses to a comeback for the ages, the NFL wild-card playoff games were anything but short of an exciting experience to watch.   For starters, there was a solid matchup between...

Redshirt freshman Brendan Rigsbee goes for layup over Lander defender on Wednesday, Jan. 25.

GC men’s basketball falls to Lander

Bruce Smith, Staff Writer February 1, 2023

Coming off two straight wins, the GC men’s basketball team took on 14-4 Lander at home on Wednesday, Jan. 25. The Bobcats, after getting off to a hot start, fell to the Lander Bearcats 69-54, putting...

Baldwin County High School

Baldwin County’s Bullard wins defensive MVP

Owen McDaniel, Contributing Writer February 1, 2023

“About time.” That was the reaction from Baldwin High School’s Athletic Director Dexter Ricks when UGA sophomore defensive back Javon Bullard, a step ahead of TCU’s wide receiver Quentin Johnston,...

Changes in funding for GA HOPE Scholarship

Changes in funding for GA HOPE Scholarship

Brayden Miller, Staff Writer February 1, 2023

    Though large and content-heavy textbooks are certainly intimidating, one of the biggest obstacles facing those pursuing higher education has always been their finances. The GA HOPE scholarship...

The HUB at GC is home to the cultural center, LQBTQ+ center and the Womens Center.

Censorship in public universities

Grace Roberston , Staff Writer February 1, 2023

In September 2022, a tenured Valdosta State University biology professor, Dr. Leslie Jones, was told to change how she teaches about topics such as sex and gender or else she will be removed from the course.  There...

Major Spotlight: Environmental Science

Major Spotlight: Environmental Science

Katie Verity , Staff Writer February 1, 2023

GC may seem like a small and remote university tucked away in central Georgia but it offers much more than many realize. Most students, when asked, can name somewhere around 20 majors offered at GC. However,...

Children in Ukraine participate in children readiness lessons.

The U.S and Ukraine: How both countries’ schools have been effected by unforeseen circumstances

Lilyana Kovacheva , Senior Writer February 1, 2023

The war in Ukraine has changed the lives of many citizens in ways that American citizens can not imagine. According to AP News, six months of war has caused the destruction of over 260 schools. Back to...

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