Physical Master Plan aims to restore old-fashioned sense of community
In his 1845 painting titled "Carr's Hill," artist George Cooke captured both the affection Athenians have for the University and the varied topography that makes campus so beautiful. A century and a half later, UGA has developed a new Physical Master Plan that establishes a consistent style of architecture and recommends that asphalt parking lots be replaced by beautiful new academic buildings and grassy quadrangles. Goal: to create a village atmosphere that enhances the feeling of community. See story on this page.