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Knights win 2 on walk off homeruns over Gordon State

Mar 28, 2013 • by James Hagler, Jr • MIDDLE GEORGIA STATE COLLEGE
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Game 1 saw an exciting game finish in a close game that Middle Georgia State led most of the way over Gordon State Highlanders before winning in dramatic fashion in the bottom of the 8 th inning.  &nbs More

Watch 2012 Fall Tip-Off Coaches Clinic, JUCO Jamboree on iHigh

Oct 11, 2012 • CB Hoops, the nation's Number One digital television network for high school sports, and CB Hoops announced today that basketball fans around the world can view live video from the 2012 Fall Tip-Off Coaches Clinic and the 2012 JUCO Jamboree. More

Five Players to Watch in the NJCAA DI Men's Basketball Tournament

Mar 20, 2012 • by Carlen Dixon • NJCAA TV
Here's a group of exceptional student-athletes to keep an eye on during the 65th NJCAA Division I Men's Basketball National Championship, taking place this week in Hutchinson, Kansas. More

Watch Live Video from JUCO Jamboree on iHigh

Sep 27, 2011 • CB Hoops
CB Hoops, along with, the Global Youth Network, announced today that basketball fans around the world can view live video from the 2011 JUCO Jamboree. More

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Gordon State to offer bachelor's degree in management, administration

Aug 26, 2014 • Henry Herald
BARNESVILLEGordon State College recently announced a new four-year degree program in management and administration. The college will begin offering ... 20 by the Board of Regents of the University System of Georgia. It will be administered through ... More

This is the way it is supposed to be

Aug 30, 2014 • Thomaston Times
I just got off the phone with my daughter. I listened while she shared the joys and challenges that young mothers go through. She is a strong woman; protective of her boys and will never let anyone walk over her. That's good as she is NASA's Life ... More

GSC grant to benefit local students

Aug 28, 2014 • Herald-Gazette
... assistant professor of mathematics; Kimberly White Fredette, assistant professor of math education; Richard Schmude, professor of chemistry and Mahan from Gordon State College, as well as Andrea Scandrett, principal of Lamar County Elementary ... More

GSC Foundation endows scholarship

Aug 28, 2014 • Herald-Gazette
Gordon State College Foundation members, from left, Bruce Akins and Phillip Bell hand the paperwork that establishes the Founder's Day scholarship to Foundation Chair Bill Bazemore during a recent meeting of the Foundation. Akins and Bell served on the ... More

Gordon names new library director

Aug 7, 2014 • Herald-Gazette
Sonya Gaither has been named Director of the Hightower Library and Professor of Library Science at Gordon State College. She comes to Gordon State from Georgia Southern University where she was the Library Assessment Officer. Gaither earned her ... More

Gordon students report next week

Aug 4, 2014 • Herald-Gazette
Gordon State College, a state college in the University System of Georgia, offers four-year degrees in Early Childhood Education, English, Math, Biology, History, Nursing, Health Services and Informatics Administration and Human Services. Also offered ... More

Stockbridge Girl Scout troop recruiting new members

Aug 14, 2014 • Henry Herald
Sonya Gaither was named director of the Hightower Library at Gordon State College in Barnesville. (Staff Photo: Johnny ... ##It will feature vendors such as The Sno Cone Truck, Henry County Fire Department and the Georgia Child Identification Program. More

GSC to offer new business management degree

Aug 21, 2014 • Herald-Gazette
The BSMA brings to nine the number of four-year degrees offered by Gordon State College. Other offerings include: Early Childhood Education, History, English, Biology, Mathematics, Nursing, Health Services and Informatics Administration and Human ... More

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