GTA’s production of “She Loves Me” is a timely romantic comedy that you just might be familiar with. “This is a plot that has been used a lot,” said Jim Hammond, managing director of GTA. The original play, “Parfumarie,” written in 1937, has been adapted into several Broadway and film versions, including You’ve Got Mail. While the original was not […]
The last film in this semester’s foreign language film series will be shown on Thursday, Nov. 15, beginning at 7 p.m. in Nesbitt – 3110A. Die Welle (The Wave) was directed by Dennis Gansel and stars Jürgen Vogel, Frederick Lau and Max Reimelt. The scoop from IMDB: High school teacher, Rainer Wegner, may be popular with […]
Preparing for the Latino Student Association’s annual Black and White Gala, students have been gathering in the student center for Tango lessons. “A lot of people were interested,” said Luis Santos-Rivas, adviser to LSA, “so we brought it out.” This year the Black and White Gala will also host a Latin dance contest, which prompted […]
Randy Pierce, former president of Georgia Highlands College in Rome, will be the interim president of Gainesville State, after current President Martha Nesbitt retires in July and before GSC is consolidated with North Georgia College and State University. University System of Georgia Chancellor Hank Huckaby announced the appointment Wednesday. The Highlander, Georgia Highlands College’s e-zine, […]
The Board of Regents announced members of the committee charged with consolidating Gainesville State and North Georgia on Thursday, Jan. 26. Committee members will meet with University System of Georgia Chancellor Hank Huckaby in Atlanta on Feb. 6. Although the term “merger” has been used, the BOR is now calling the operation “consolidation,” which is in line […]
North Georgia College & State University President Bonita Jacobs came to GSC on Jan. 11 for a meet-and-greet with faculty, staff and students to discuss the pending merger. After an introduction from GSC President Martha Nesbitt, she addressed all of the attendees in the crowded Robinson Ballroom. She also offered to answer questions about the […]
This year, Rachelle Parker wanted to be sure that Native American culture was celebrated at GSC, rather than just acknowledged. Parker, secretary of the Native American Student Association, worked with other students planning the events of Native American Heritage Month in November. “For the past year we’ve been planning and organizing to bring awareness and […]
Photographer Chase McEvers captured some of the beauty of fall at GSC recently in these photos. Click on the image to enlarge.
Follow a GSC parking cop on her job: By students in the JOUR 2700 class.
October is the nationally recognized month for domestic violence awareness. GSC School of Social Sciences shed light on the issue with the Clothesline Project and forums throughout the month. “Primarily, domestic violence has been born out of this culture of women being oppressed,” Anjana Freeman, professor and one of the event’s organizers, said. The theme […]