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Where to go to buy an unusual Christmas gift
SCOOTER MacMILLAN/Special to the Ledger-EnquirerSome of the items in the Springer Opera House Emporium includes snowman drinking cups for children and sweatshirts.
CSU students will deliver Christmas "grams"
Special to the Ledger-EnquirerStudents from the Columbus State University Baptist Collegiate Ministries at a brief rehearsal Thursday afternoon.
Columbus State University graduate student named top Army ROTC cadet
Columbus State University graduate student Ricky W. Leslie says he didn't set a goal to be named the top Army ROTC cadet in the nation, but still sets "very high expectations for myself."
Columbus State University Graduate Student Named Nation's Top ROTC Cadet
COLUMBUS, Ga. - Columbus State University this week confirmed that a CSU graduate student has been named the Army's top ROTC cadet among his 5,470 counterparts preparing to become officers next spring at campuses across the nation.
Arts Round-up 11/28-12/4
Special to the Ledger-Enquirer"Memphis" is a musical about the relationship between a disc jockey and a club singer and can be seen at 7:30 p.m. Wednesday and Dec. 5 in the Bill Heard Theatre.
For those of us here at Columbus State University, the questions Dimon Kendrick-Holmes raised in his Saturday column were very familiar.
Affordable Care Act creating unintended consequences
Denise Cambridge is a Columbus State University student, single mother of two, and one of the community's uninsured.
Celebrating Georgia Apply to College Month, high schoolers seek their dreams
Mike Haskey email@example.com Jessica Bunting, a senior at Shaw High School, applies to Columbus State University through the website GAcollege411.org Thursday morning in the Shaw High School media center.
Arts Roundup Nov. 21-27
"Dare to Wear -- Art as Fashion," will be on display through Dec. 8 at the Columbus Museum.
Time to quit: 'The Great American Smokeout'
This Thursday is the American Cancer Society's "Great American Smokeout." It is a day to encourage people to quit smoking.
Michael Gaines Presents Book on Triumph Despite All Odds
It is an immensely difficult thing to be a quadriplegic. To lose one's motor skills and to be limited to a wheelchair for the rest of one's life.
Agencies tackle simulated tornado for emergency preparedness
Army and EMS ambulances rushed to help victims after a tornado cut through Columbus State University and Columbus Technical College, leaving nearly 100 people wounded or dead.
Arts Round-Up 11/14-20
MIKE HASKEYfirstname.lastname@example.orgTim Abou-Nasr, from left, Tyler Sarkis, Katie Bakalars, Krystle Simmons, Steven Thompson Sr. and John Kempt rehearse a scene for the Springer Opera House production of "California Dreaming."