Southern Adventist's New Archaeology Exhibit Opens Sept. 12

Friday, September 9, 2016
Southern Adventist University’s Lynn H. Wood Archaeological Museum is hosting a brand new exhibit “A World in Miniature: Creation, Cosmos, and Ecology on Seals from Biblical Times.” This exhibit brings together approximately 65 ancient seals and artifacts from the Yale Babylonian Collection at Yale University, the Siegfried H. Horn Archaeological Museum at Andrews University, and the Badè Museum at Pacific School of Religion. These intricately carved objects reflect how ancient cultures during biblical times understood existential questions of origins, worldview, and their relationship with the natural environment.

The exxhibit will take place Monday, Sept.
12, from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m.
at Hackman Hall, First Floor
4881 Taylor Circle in 
Collegedale.

SouthEast Bank Continues Partnership With Bryan College

GNTC’s 2021 Fall Commencement Ceremonies Are Dec. 2

Howard Tiger Way Leadership Students To Host Baylor/Ivy Academy Leadership Exchange Students


For the past eight years, SouthEast Bank has demonstrated their dedication to educating students for the future by partnering with Bryan College to offer a regional scholarship to students with ... (click for more)

Students representing Georgia Northwestern Technical College’s nine-county service area will participate in two traditional Fall Commencement Ceremonies on Thursday, Dec. 2, to celebrate their ... (click for more)

Howard Tiger Way Leadership students will host Baylor/Ivy Academy Leadership Exchange students at Howard on Monday to showcase Future Ready Institutes and Instructional Best Practices. (click for more)



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SouthEast Bank Continues Partnership With Bryan College

For the past eight years, SouthEast Bank has demonstrated their dedication to educating students for the future by partnering with Bryan College to offer a regional scholarship to students with financial needs. Since 2013, SouthEast Bank has contributed $185,000 to Bryan students. In addition to the annual scholarship, this year SouthEast Bank is sponsoring Homecoming weekend ... (click for more)

GNTC’s 2021 Fall Commencement Ceremonies Are Dec. 2

Students representing Georgia Northwestern Technical College’s nine-county service area will participate in two traditional Fall Commencement Ceremonies on Thursday, Dec. 2, to celebrate their success in completing their program of study. The 2021 Fall Commencement Ceremonies will take place at the Dalton Convention Center. Two separate ceremonies are being held in order to practice ... (click for more)

Breaking News

Bradley County Sheriff's Office Seeking Man Who Pointed Gun During Road Rage Incident

The Bradley County Sheriff's Office is attempting to locate a white male who pointed a gun at another driver during a road rage incident on Nov. 18. Authorities said, "At approximately 2:15 p.m., the Bradley County Sheriff’s Office responded to a road rage incident on Harrison Pike/I-75 overpass where a white male driving a blue/purple Kia pointed a handgun at a black Toyota ... (click for more)

Mobile Home Destroyed By Fire And 3 Cats Perish In Sale Creek Sunday Morning

A mobile home in Sale Creek is destroyed by fire Sunday morning. At 11:28 a.m., a neighbor called 911 reporting heavy smoke coming from a mobile home. The Sale Creek Volunteer Fire Department responded to 385 Border Loop and arrived on the scene reporting heavy smoke coming from the eaves of the mobile home. One team of firefighters entered the home, conducted an initial search ... (click for more)

Opinion

In Praise Of EV - And Response

Roy, sometimes I think I envy your uncanny ability to compartmentalize, draw bright lines and to simply conclude that thing one is good and thing two is bad. No electric vehicle for you. In Roy’s universe: Batteries are bad. Gasoline is good. My 30+ years of practicing environmental law and addressing legacy environmental impacts have proved otherwise. As the Eagles ... (click for more)

Roy Exum: Georgia Picked By 6½

So help me, I can hear the legendary Bear Bryant telling his players: “Bingo, we got Georgia right where we want ‘em, They are cocky, fat and sassy … all we got to do is keep our wits about us and do the things we know we can do. I know we can do it. Now, let’s get ready to play Georgia the game of their lives …” The trouble is Coach Bryant died almost 40 years ago and this week, ... (click for more)