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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.

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Chalk city! GC’s most colorful tradition

Rebecca Ocampo, Staff Writer February 20, 2024

As soon as midnight hits on the first day of Homecoming week, the GCSU campus turns into a rainbow chalk city. The sidewalks all around campus get filled with messages about who to vote for and which candidates...

Kylie Rowe | Asst. A&L Editor

Percy Jackson & The Olympians: The Disney+ series everyone loves

Izzy Nicklas, Contributing Writer February 20, 2024

“Percy Jackson and the Olympians,” a show recently added to the popular streaming service Disney+, was renewed for a second season as of Feb. 7. The first season of the show follows Rick Riordan's...

Julia Jensen | Art Director

SAT Changes post COVID- 19

Addison White, Contributing Writer February 20, 2024

COVID-19 changed the way everyone lives their daily lives. Everything, from school to work to concerts, has changed greatly from the way it was prior to the pandemic. One of the things that changed the...

Subject to Change | Courtesy of Hannah Gilleon

Battle of the Bobcats

Three bands, one night and my thoughts as a judge.
Kate Verity, Editor in Chief February 20, 2024

I was given the opportunity to be a judge for the annual Battle of the Bobcats this year. Last Thursday, I spent my evening listening to three bands play their hearts out for the opportunity to be the...

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NBA standings and update

Christian Castillo, Staff Writer February 20, 2024

The NBA season has reached All-Star Weekend, and teams are gearing up to fight in the coming weeks for a spot in the playoffs. As it currently stands, the Boston Celtics (43-12) sit atop the Eastern...

Baseball begins season hot

Christian Castillo, Staff Writer February 20, 2024

Baseball season has started for GC, and the team currently sits at 5-3, with all three losses coming in a series with Eckerd College in St. Petersburg, Florida. The Bobcats have not been lucky on the road,...

Kamila Valieva

Russian Olympic figure skater banned after positive drug test

Samantha Birmingham, Staff Writer February 20, 2024

Russian Olympic figure skater Kamila Valieva has officially been banned from competing for four years due to a positive drug test. Valieva tested positive for a banned heart medication on Dec. 25, 2021....

Freshman guard Hannah Cali shoots over a defender

GC basketball teams hope for post-season runs

Ty Karraker, Staff Writer February 20, 2024

Over the course of the season, the GC men’s and women’s basketball teams have had their ups and downs, filled with stellar performances and winning streaks. Both teams currently sit with an identical...

Joe Burrow

The Chiefs need to be stopped. Joe Burrow, save us

Cale Strickland, Managing Editor February 20, 2024

At around 11 p.m. EST on Sunday, Feb. 11, I sat, empty, in disbelief, as Andy Reid, Patrick Mahomes, Travis Kelce and the Kansas City Chiefs defeated the San Francisco 49ers in Super Bowl LVIII. After...

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Yeah! Usher rocks Superbowl halftime show

Delaney Derry, Opinion Editor February 20, 2024

Another Super Bowl Sunday has passed, when people gathered together to, yet again, root for their favorite team and eat their weight in Buffalo chicken dip. Super Bowl LVIII was filled with many new pop...

Isabella McConnis | Digital Media Editor

Delaney’s Blackbird Coffee Compilation

Delaney Derry, Opinion Editor February 20, 2024

Most coffee connoisseurs have their favorite shop. It is a place they go to sip back and relax (pun intended). One of my favorite coffee spots in Milledgeville has to be Blackbird Coffee. Blackbird is...

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Narcan vending machines made available by Congress

Isabelle Gonzales, Staff Writer February 20, 2024

The opioid epidemic is ever-growing in Georgia, and lawmakers are trying to figure out a way to help combat it. The rate of drug overdoses is rising fast, being the largest cause of accidental deaths in...

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