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From staff reports A pair of tennis players, a golfer, a baseball player and a team physician make up the 2013 class for the Columbus State University Hall of Fame. Diana Gherghi, Linda Rolling, Bob Windom, Chris Barrett and Dr. Champ Baker will be
Columbus State University student Erica Bussey says CSU's new Rankin Den and Dining is much more than a place to eat. The health science major from Cuthbert, Ga., now in her third year at the school, said students come to study, write papers and do
Fernando Verdree says picking Carmen Cavezza as the recipient of the Alpha Phi Alpha Unity Award was one of those. "I can't think of anyone who more embodies the ideals of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. than Carmen Cavezza," Verdree said. "His record of
Carmen Cavezza has held many of Columbus' most important leadership positions in the military, government, education and business communities. Less than a month after retiring as director of the Columbus State University Cunningham Center for
News & World Report rankings, the university announced Tuesday. The magazine surveyed 628 business schools and 679 education programs for its rankings. The specific honors add to the overall prestige Columbus State gained in September, when the U.S.
With whitewater rafting on the Chattahoochee River less than six months away, about 120 business, political and education leaders from both sides of the river came together Thursday to discuss ways the region can capitalize on what they hope will be
Mayor Tomlinson makes first appearance, while Congressman Bishop also recognized Chief executive officers of a major insurance firm and regional bank, an economic development recruiter, a university president and a mayor -- all from Columbus -- have
Kendrick used their patented strong defensive press to fly past Central 62-37 Saturday night in the William Henry Shaw Christmas Tournament Semifinals played at Carver High School in Columbus. In a tight 29-20 game at the break, Kendrick tighten up
Lupus didn't stymie Margaret Sue Sullivan's mind, devotion to books and library As her body crumbled, Margaret Sue Sullivan's mind remained sharp. The scholar and academic credited with compiling much of the early research on Columbus-born author
Business brisk as area shoppers venture to local shopping centers the day after Christmas Standing in line Wednesday at Best Buy, John and Matthew Miller perhaps symbolized the typical approach by many Columbus-area shoppers the day after Christmas.