GHC 2014 year in review

JANUARY
1-3    – Students attend the college’s 34th annual ski trip.

January: GHC students take a break from snowboarding to snap a picture. Contributed.

January: GHC students take a break from snowboarding to snap a picture. Contributed.

FEBRUARY
1-2    – GHC’s first ever intercollegiate baseball and softball teams swing into their first season.

February: Baseball swings into action. Photo by Antonio Garcia.

February: Baseball swings into action. Photo by Antonio Garcia.

MARCH
1    – Lady Chargers basketball team goes to the final round of the GCAA playoffs.
19    – Board of Regents passes a policy banning tobacco use at all schools in the University system of Georgia.

APRIL
15    – Board of Regents raises tuition for 27 out of 31 institutions for the third year in a row.
22    – Brother 2 Brother is honored with the national Chapter of the Year award.
24    – Cartersville’s student HUB is renamed in memory of Dean Carolyn Hamrick, who died in January.
26-27- The 29th annual Alabama Shakespeare Festival trip is held.
26-29- The UR-IT club went to Washington, D.C. for the Posters on the Hill conference.

MAY
17-28- Human Services field placement class sent to the Navajo nation.

JUNE
6    – Study abroad students visited Normandy, France on the 70th anniversary of D-day.
14-28 – The 17th annual geology trip takes place.

SEPTEMBER
8    – New president, Donald J. Green, begins his new position on the Floyd campus.

September: Dr. Green(left) with Senator Chuck Hufstetler(right) begins his GHC presidency. Photo by Jeremy Huskins.

September: Dr. Green(left) with Senator Chuck Hufstetler begins his GHC presidency. Photo by Jeremy Huskins.

OCTOBER
31    – The lady Chargers win their first game of the season

NOVEMBER
4    – The Chargers basketball team win their opening game.