March 2017

Sneak-Peek into Bobcat Athletics | March 24, 2017

Mar 27, 2017

The sneak-peek into the World of Bobcat Athletics is a weekly broadcast brought to you by WRGC to give listeners a preview of upcoming events within Georgia College's athletic programs. 

Each week, host Daniel McDonald is joined by Georgia College Assistant Athletic Director Al Weston to discuss the latest happenings in Bobcat athletics. 

This week, Weston and McDonald discuss GC baseball, as well as highlight the golf team's recent success at the Bobcat Invitational. 

 

Georgia College Connections | Times Talk | Africa, Europe and Genocide: The German Genocide in Namibia and the Case for Reparations

Mar 27, 2017
Germany and Namibia

 

On this Times Talk edition of Georgia College Connections, Georgia College History Professor Aran MacKinnon joins host Daniel McDonald to discuss Germany's relationship with Namibia, a country that it once colonized. 

The conversation referenced this New York Times article:

https://www.nytimes.com/2016/12/29/world/africa/germany-genocide-namibia...

Stories From the Market | Celebrating the Heroes We Love, part 2

Mar 27, 2017
Allen's Market in Downtown Milledgville

Stories From the Market, a broadcast companion to the monthly storytelling concert series put on by storyteller Jeannette Waddell and the Milledgeville Allied Arts, is a program of people sharing the threads that bind us together in the tapestry of life. 

In this edition of Stories from the Market, Barbara Windom talks about true family and having the courage to stand against yesterday's norms. Then, William Akbar shares his experience recognizing a hometown hero. 

WRGC News | Baldwin Voters Approve SPLOST Renewal

Mar 21, 2017
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Baldwin County voters overwhelmingly approved a six-year renewal of the Special Purpose Local Option Sales Tax.

The renewal referendum passed by a 72 - 28 percent margin. 1,628 citizens, or 7.5 percent of eligible voters, cast ballots in Tuesday;s election.

Milledgeville Matters | State Representative Rick Williams Legislative Update

Mar 15, 2017
State Representative Rick Williams (R-Milledgeville)

State Representative Rick Williams (R-Milledgeville) joins host Daniel McDonald to talk about progress in the 2017 session of the Georgia General Assembly. 

Sneak-Peak into Bobcat Athletics | March 10, 2017

Mar 13, 2017
Georgia College Bobcat

The sneak-peak into the World of Bobcat Athletics is a weekly broadcast brought to you by WRGC to give listeners a preview of upcoming events within Georgia College's athletic programs. 

Stories From the Market | Celebrating the Heroes We Love

Mar 13, 2017
Allen's Market in Downton Milledgeville

Stories from the Market, a broadcast companion to the monthly storytelling concert series put on by storyteller Jeannette Waddell and the Milledgeville Allied Arts, is a program of people sharing the threads that bind us together in the tapestry of life.

In these next editions of Stories From the Market, we're celebrating the heroes we love. Tonight, we'll hear Floyd and Melissa Anderson talking about carrying on the pattern of the master craftsman Joe Dennis, and we'll also hear Veronica Womack talk about the beautiful complexity of life in America's Black Belt.

Georgia College Connections | Times Talk | In the Halls of Power

Mar 08, 2017
Multiculturalism

On this Times Talk edition of Georgia College Connections, host Daniel McDonald is joined by Georgia College Political Science and Public Administration professor Veronica Womack to discuss looking beyond diversity that focuses on people's race and gender to a diversity that draws on a person's background and experience.

Georgia College Connections | Black Minds Matter

Mar 08, 2017
Black Minds Matter

In this edition of Georgia College Connections, we’ll take a deeper look at what diversity means in policymaking and preview the next event in an ongoing series of programs talking about social justice.

WRGC News | Local Authorities Arrest Two Following Capital City Raids

Mar 02, 2017
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When Wesley Nunn entered apartments located inside the Capital City building Tuesday, he said he was genuinely taken aback.

"I was kind of shocked to see the amount of liquid possibly steroids and how it was being packaged and shipped out. It was a very big process. I don’t think I’ve seen that in many, many, many years. I’ve only seen pictures of it--how big something like that would be."