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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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Clayton State held first Undergraduate Mediation Tournament

Sep 25, 2014 •
The first was in April when the university signed with Gordon State College in Barnesville. This month's articulation agreement continues the partnership between UGA and Georgia Perimeter in support of the state's goal of increasing the number of ... More

Walmart helps Unity Grove Elementary teachers with classroom supplies

Sep 25, 2014 • Henry Herald
The Central Georgia EMC Foundation Board, which oversees the Operation Round Up Program, has awarded Connecting Henry Inc. a grant totaling $4,000 to assist in funding the Community Cares Toy Shop. Shown, from left, are longtime Connecting Henry ... More

Gordon State offers accelerated human services degree program

Sep 4, 2014 • Henry Herald
##BARNESVILLEGordon State College officials say the school's Weekend College may be the answer for many adults who have put off pursuing a degree because of work, family and other responsibilities. ##Adult learners can earn a ... ##The team's code ... More

Anti-Flag: A Document of Dissent: 1993-2013

Sep 24, 2014 • PopMatters
It has taken me a while to get around to reviewing this disc because, on the day the package from Fat Wreck Chords arrived in the post, my elder teenaged son saw it and stole it for himself. It has taken a couple weeks to get it back, but that's ... More

Jerger moving one step closer to STEM

Sep 15, 2014 • Times-Enterprise
This summer Gifted Teachers from Jerger Elementary School attended the GYSTC Engineering and STEM Workshop at Gordon State College in Barnesville, GA. The GYSTC program provides quality programs for teachers of STEM subjects that improve the ... More

Leonard Cohen: Popular Problems

Sep 25, 2014 • PopMatters
... English at Gordon State College in Barnesville, GA, just 106 miles southwest of Philomath. He is co-author, with David Janssen, of Apocalypse Jukebox: The End of the World in American Popular Music (2009) from the PopMatters imprint of Soft Skull ... More

Penny ponders: A secret garden

Sep 19, 2014 • Thomaston Times
On those days you just want to get away from everything, I propose the “Secret Garden.” It's not really called the Secret Garden, but it is a close to one in Middle Georgia as you can get. Massee Lane Gardens is the perfect get away. Be sure to take a ... More

Pere Ubu: Carnival of Souls

Sep 12, 2014 • PopMatters
So far, 2014 has been a banner year for pop satire, as its two greatest proponents, Weird Al Yankovic and Pere Ubu's David Thomas, released albums within two months of each other. Such an association may seem odd, but consider: both Weird Al and, to a ... More

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