In the constant back-and-forth between Congress and the president over the most basic government responsibility—continuing to function at full capacity—it is easy for speed past the hundreds of thousands of federal employees and their families still struggling... More »
The holiday season is near, and while it can be the most wonderful time of the year, the holidays can also bring on unexpected stress. But, with the right tools, it is possible to survive the holiday frenzy without feeling frantic. More »
On Tuesday, November 6, millions of Georgians will partake of the most holy sacrament of the American civic religion: voting. Find out how the state of Georgia and the nation could change as a result. More »
Dr. Robert Mason, Assistant Professor of Economics, breaks down the myths and misconceptions behind today's economics, and the current political discourse concerning international trade. More »
Many students find it difficult to maintain or develop healthy habits during this adjustment period and end up falling victim to the “Freshman 15.” Fortunately, you can avoid this by following these tips.
In the first week of September 2018, over 200 people were arrested for protesting the Senate confirmation hearings of Judge Brett Kavanaugh, President Trump’s nominee to fill the vacancy left by Justice Anthony Kennedy’s retirement. How did we get to this plac... More »
GGC student, Kace Garcesa, shares his first-hand account of navigating mental health disorders and offers resources to help others find the support they need. More »
Online video conferencing tools are only one set of many technology tools that professors in higher education and teachers in the K-12 system are using to embrace the digital world in which we live. Learn how these tools are benefitting educators and students ... More »
Technology has transformed and expanded our concept of texts, but I wonder how much our notion of teaching and learning with texts has changed. How do we perceive texts and technology in the humanities classroom? More »
It can be hard to get back into the routine of going to class, studying, spending hours in the library and acclimating to individual expectations from professors. Never fear, we have five back-to-school survival tips to help you start your semester strong! More »
Sleep is crucial to health, but so many people, especially college students, operate on very little sleep. So, what happens to your body when you don’t get enough sleep?
Packing for college can be a bit of a mystery, especially if you’re an incoming freshman. Plan ahead and pack early to ensure a smooth move-in day. Be sure to reach out to roommates in advance to plan for shared items like toiletries and cleaning products. Ch... More »