Author Archives: Raine Dudley

Crime Reports

On April 11, a student reported that her book was stolen from Dunlap Hall and sold to Dork’s Bookstore. On April 11, a student reported she was being harassed in the Library Technology Center by another student that she has

North Georgia Chef Cooking Up a Future

Photo taken by Laura Troutt

  North Georgia has a star in its midst. Chef Craig Lefevre, a cook at the North Georgia Dining Hall, is moving into the finals of the Southern region Aramark Culinary Excellence competition this month. Lefevre has been working at

Tell Us A Story

This week, you didn’t tell us a story. No joyful, suspenseful, or outlandish story can be found here. If you want to prevent the tragedy that is an empty story page, you can submit your stories. Change is just one

Saint Sounds: Cake

When I was a kid, my parents would play all kinds of music. When I started picking out my own music from the mounds of CD’s in our house, I stumbled upon an album called “Prolonging the Magic,” by the

Tell Us A Story

This week, you didn’t tell us a story. No joyful, suspenseful, or outlandish story can be found here. If you want to prevent the tragedy that is an empty story page, you can submit your stories. Change is just one

Crime Reports

On April 5, officers and Lumpkin County EMS responded to a student in need of medical attention at the North Georgia Suites. On April 5, a student reported his bicycle tires had been damaged while it was outside the Newton

Tell Us A Story

The story this week was submitted by Allison Pine. She is a junior and an English Education major. She has always loved to write. Even though she is excited about pursuing a future in education, she considers writing to be

Online Classes: What You Need to Know

Online classes are somewhat of a mystery to the majority of students at North Georgia. The classes seem convenient, but what are they really like? How are they different from normal classes? The first thing many students don’t know is

Tell Us A Story

This week’s story was written by junior Jessica Anderson. Her major is English with a Literature concentration. She has loved writing since a child, and she considers it a major creative outlet. She frequently finds herself jotting down ideas for

Tell Us A Story

This week, the story was written by Joshua Sharpe. He is a 25-year-old junior from Waycross. This is his second year at NGCSU. He is a Writing and Publication major. He hopes to get into journalism and continue writing essays,