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  • Unknown author (1919)
    South Georgia State Normal College had various activities going on, one of the major ones being the Commencement Ceremony. The death of Dr. (Rev.) J. Bell Neff's recent passing was announced.
  • Unknown author (1920)
    South Georgia State Normal College has various exciting activities that it is hosting. Field Day and May Day are to name a few. Several art performances happened during this time that the girls enjoyed participating in.
  • Unknown author (1921)
    The girls at South Georgia State Normal College participated in many productions that were taking place at this time. Many events were happening on campus at this time for the girls to participate in. The girls had the ...
  • Unknown author (1922)
    South Georgia State Normal College saw big changes in 1921. The college transitioned from South Georgia State Normal College to Georgia State Woman's College. During this time the college became a four-year college. The ...
  • Unknown author (1924)
    Georgia State Women's College had many interesting things taking place in 1924. They took an unused building and turned it into a clubhouse for student use. The College started to show interest in Athletics and the girls ...
  • Unknown author (1925)
    The College had many student events going on in 1925. The school exhibited the students' work and held Alumni meetings for previous students. The annual commencement ceremony took place and the students and staff were sad ...
  • Unknown author (1926)
    The girls at Georgia State Women's College took part in many events during 1926. These women participated in historic pageants and May Day Festival. The girls were pictured in both newspaper articles and journals.
  • Unknown author (1929)
    Georgia State Women's College had many busy weeks during 1929 as there were several articles listed the many happenings going on the campus at the time. The girls also participated in the Old English Festival.
  • Unknown author (1930)
    The College held many events on campus. Events such as Picnics, the Old English Festival (May Day), and Field Day (which became Play Day). Some of these activities were Alumni related. There were many talks about what the ...
  • Unknown author (1931)
    At Georgia State Women's College, many exciting things are happening. The Alumni of the school are out doing things for the community and getting married. The school itself hosted many events and other performances. They ...
  • Unknown author (1932)
    The girls at the college kept busy during this time. They participated in many campus events such as the May Day Festival and other performances. They had many entries to the Pine Branch (the campus's literary magazine at ...
  • Unknown author (1934)
    Georgia State Women's College had many activities happening on its campus. They had many clubs that students were getting involved in. They had an open house held for its students and had events such as Art Exhibits ...
  • Unknown author (1935)
    Georgia State Woman's College is hit with the loss of its second President Dr. Jere M. Pound who recently passed. The Rotary Club also lost a beloved member, Dr. A Griffin. The college had the opportunity to honor the ...
  • Unknown author (1936)
    The girls at the College had many campus events in which they participated. They had tryouts for annual activities that the girls can participate in. One event in particular that received a lot of attention for being a ...
  • Unknown author (2000)
    Valdosta State University reflects on its past. The columnist Albert Pendelton wrote a history of "Little Emory" which was the Valdosta Campus on Emory University, the all-boys school that opened in September 1928. Mr. ...
  • Unknown author (1940)
    During this time, Georgia State Woman's College had exciting things going on. The International Relations Club honored Sir Herbert Ames. Judge W.E. Thomas hosted Tea for the girls. The Senior class hosted the faculty and ...
  • Unknown author (Valdosta State University Archives and Special Collections, 2008)
    Ebenezer African Methodist Episcopal Church. Grady County Historical Society, Grady County Historical Society - Churches Collection. Valdosta State University Archives and Special Collections. Includes newspaper clippings, ...
  • Unknown author (Library Journal, 2011)
    Almost all academic libraries are now offering ebooks, and demand for them is on the rise. A full 95% of the 488 respondents to our second annual survey currently offer ebooks to users, inching up one percentage point ...
  • Unknown author (Library Journal, 2011)
    Ebooks have been on the upswing for the past two years, but libraries really began to see a spike in the last year. In fact, many respondents to our second annual Library Journal Survey of Ebook Use in U.S. Public Libraries ...
  • James, Christine (Journal of Philosophy of Life, 2013-01)
    This paper addresses the project of philosophical autobiography, using two different perspectives. On the one hand, the societal, economic, and family contexts of William James are addressed, and connected a modern academic ...