The Franklin College of Arts and Sciences wishes you all the best in 2018. And good luck to our students and staff in Pasadena who will participate in the Rose Bowl parade and game on Monday. To them, we simply inquire:
What's in a name? that which we call a rose
By any other word would smell as sweet;
From the Bard's pen to our eyes. Go Dawgs.
Image: via wikimedia commons. Quote: Romeo and...
May your holidays be filled with joy and light from within.
Best wishes this holiday season and in the New Year from the Franklin College of Arts and Sciences.
The new issue of the UGA Graduate School Magazine features stories on four Franklin students and recent alumni, including MFA graduate Amanda Scheutzow:
Scheutzow discusses other mutated creations, including her birds, which are called “the Watchers.” Again, the tiny tableaus...
234 posts in 2017 as of yesterday, and because we love a numerical sequence, let's look back today at some of our favorite news stories that appeared here this year, starting with the turn of the New Year:
On January 6, Assistant professor in the department of sociology Sarah Shannon had her...
David Hurst Thomas, curator of anthropology at the American Museum of Natural History, spoke at UGA in November about his search for Georgia's lost Spanish missions. It was a fascinating discussion, detailing how myths work thier way into our culture and outlining how and why archeology remains a very...