March 2001: Vol. 80, No. 2
40th anniversary of desegregation
Four decades have passed since two honor students from Atlanta crossed—and shattered forever—the color barrier at UGA. In January, their alma mater paid tribute to their courage. by Sharron Hannon

Cover photo: UGA commemorates 40th anniversary of desegregation


Contents page photo:
Academic Building is renamed to honor those who changed UGA forever

Father of Creativity
Paul Torrance thought IQ tests were an inappropriate way to gauge true intellegence. So he devised methods of testing creativity now employed the world over. by Alex Crevar (AB '93)
Strategic Plan
Two years in the making, UGA's new Strategic Plan prescribes how Georgia's flagship university can best serve the needs of the state over the next decade—and beyond.
The land he's bound to
Jack Leigh's (ABJ '72) Midnight photo earned him a national reputation, but he's been documenting the Deep South since he discovered his life's work at UGA. by John English
Leading a Jekyll-Hyde life
Rob Evan (BBA '90) brought the house down at Vince Dooley's farewell gala as head coach in '89. The kicker-turned-singer is now doing the same thing on Broadway. by Alex Crevar (AB '93)
Back Page
Giving thanks for 'two who had courage here.' by Gov. Roy E. Barnes (AB '69, JD '72

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