Class Notes Extras

Why I Give

“We believe in the Disability Resource Center’s mission of giving all UGA students, regardless of their disabilities—visible or non visible—the tools and opportunities to succeed at UGA. I loved my time at Georgia. It was a privilege to be a student …

Star rising

Former UGA golfer Russell Henley (BSFCS ’11) won the first professional tournament of his career in January, setting a record at the Sony Open in Honolulu with a score of 63 on his final round, seven strokes under par. The win …

Civil War art at Met

David Vaughan (AB ’84) owns the largest personal collection of Civil War photographs. Through September 2013, some of that collection is on display in an extensive exhibit at the Metropolitan Museum of Art in New York. “The Civil War and American …

Epps Bridge Bulldog Mural

Richard Gnann IV (BFA ’12) was part of a team that created what they believe is the largest Bulldog mural in Georgia. Located on an outside wall of the Waffle House on Epps Bridge Parkway in Athens, the mural is 15 …

Curtis Beall,  1922-2013

Curtis “Coot” Beall (BSA ’47), UGA’s oldest-living cheerleader, died Jan. 10 after a battle with prostate cancer. Hailing from Dublin, Ga., Beall was the first of his family to graduate from college. His education was interrupted by service with the Marine …

New Books

One World, Big Screen: Hollywood, the Allies, and World War II University of North Carolina Press (2012) By M. Todd Bennett (PhD ’01) Closely analyzing film, diplomatic correspondence, propagandists’ logs and movie studio records, Bennett rethinks traditional scholarship on World War …