Gordon State College Professor of Art, Marlin Adams, stands with some of the art currently on display as part of “Lamar Arts Presents: The Arts at Gordon State College.” The show features visual art work by students and faculty in a variety of mediums.
The exhibit is open through May 5 and is on display in the Foundation Room on the second floor of the Student Center. It is free and open to the public daily from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m.
Pittsburgh Steelers running back Jonathan Dwyer will throw out the first ball of the Gordon State College Highlanders vs Andrew College double header Saturday at 1 p.m.
Dwyer’s brother, Jordan, plays for the Highlanders.
The elder Dwyer will be available for autographs and there will be a silent auction during the game featuring both Gordon and Steelers items. All proceeds will benefit Stepping Stones, an educational therapy center in Griffin.
Gordon State College recently participated in “Education Day on the Hill” at the Capitol.
Junior education majors met with local legislators including Dist. 131 Rep. Johnnie Caldwell, R-Thomaston. The student teachers included (l-r) Nathaniel Wilson of Zebulon, Diana Ross of Barnesville, Rep.Caldwell, Trevon Howard of Thomaston and Dana Andrews of Meansville.