NAACP's Sanderson calls for investigation of black officers racist views
The president of the local NAACP chapter called Friday for an investigation into the police department’s handling of a black police officer who boasted of targeting “‘white folks” when writing tickets near Columbus State University.
Thu May 16, 2013
CSU graduate raising money to make a film
I always love to hear from the kids I've interviewed in the past, especially those who are doing well as adults.
Fri May 10, 2013
New Audubon Society bird park opens Saturday at Oxbow Meadows
This Saturday the Columbus Audubon Society opens to the public its bird park behind Columbus State University’s Oxbow Meadows Environmental Learning Center, offering area resident a place specifically designed for birds and bird watchers.
Wed May 08, 2013
Georgia Poet's Work Read By Keillor
A west Georgia professor is getting national attention for his poetry. Nick Norwood teaches creative writing at Columbus State University.
Mon May 06, 2013
Ferrum College celebrates 97th commencement
Twenty-one Franklin County residents are among the 221 graduates who received their degrees as Ferrum College celebrated its 97th annual commencement Saturday.
Sat May 04, 2013
Page One rewards students beyond academics
Jim Pound, an engineer at TSYS, was in the first class of students to win a Ledger-Enquirer Page One Award.
Ferrum's Graduating Class of 2013 Largest in Recent Years
Columbus State University President Dr. Timothy S. Mescon gave this year's commencement address.
Fri May 03, 2013
Orchestra evokes the English countryside
It finally feels like spring, so it won't be hard to imagine being in England's green and pleasant land Sunday when the Evanston Symphony Orchestra presents "Music from the English Countryside." Cellist Wendy Warner will play Edgar Elgar's glorious Cello Concerto, a work closely association with the late cellist Jacqueline du Pre.
Thu May 02, 2013
Wed May 01, 2013
198th, 199th Infantry hold Massing of the Colors
Attendees at Friday’s 198th Infantry Brigade one station unit training graduation ceremony got a special treat, as the 198th and 199th Infantry Brigades presented the Massing of the Colors ceremony during the graduation.
Tue Apr 30, 2013
City plans expansion of Cooper Creek Tennis Center
The city of Columbus is planning a $5.37 million expansion of the Cooper Creek Tennis Center in partnership with the Columbus Regional Tennis Association and Columbus State University.
Cause of CSU student's death still pending
A cause of death for a Columbus State University student is pending results of a toxicology report, the Muscogee County Coroner’s office said today.
Mon Apr 29, 2013
Chuck Williams: Community part of Historic District living
It is a simple word, powerful in definition and scope. And there are a number of ways to define it.
Evacuation Training Teaches People To Get Out Of High Rises In Dangerous Situation
Living or working high in the sky gives you a great view, but fire investigators say it can also be a high risk address if you're not prepared.
Autopsy planned for Columbus State student
An autopsy is planned to learn more about the cause of death for a Columbus State University student who went into cardiac arrest in downtown Columbus dorm room.
Sun Apr 28, 2013
No. 7 Lander men's tennis advances in NCAA Tournament
After sweeping the doubles play, the No. 7-ranked Lander men's earned three singles wins and advanced past No.
Sat Apr 27, 2013
Death of Columbus State student under investigation
The Muscogee County Coroner’s Office is investigating the death early Saturday of a 19-year-old Columbus State University student.
Wed Apr 24, 2013
April 30: Georgia farming documentary 'Grow' screens in Americus
Chris and Jenny Jackson from Jenny Jack Sun Farm in Pine Mountain, Georgia are featured in the documentary “GROW!” Photo by Anthony-Masterson. Pack a picnic dinner and head to Café Campesino in Americus to view a free screening of the documentary “GROW!” on Tuesday, April 30.
Mon Apr 22, 2013
No. 18 Lander women's golf team wins PBC Tournament
Led by Teresa Caballer Hernani's second-place finish, the second-year Lander women's golf team won the two-day, two-round Peach Belt Conference Tournament championship hosted by Columbus State University Sunday afternoon at the par-71, 5,849-yard Callaway Garden's Lake View Course.
Sun Apr 21, 2013
Pi Kappa Alpha hosts Fireman's Challenge event to raise money for Burn Foundation
Some Columbus State University students will attempt this week to fill the Columbus Fire Department's boots for Georgia burn victims.