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June 2008
Vol 87: No. 3
 
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The man and his art
C.L. Morehead's Athens home is a museum in itself, filled with art collections that will eventually belong to UGA
by Jingle Davis



All that jazz
Rob Gibson has built a career around the love of music he developed while at UGA

by Kelly Simmons


Shot (put) heard round the world
Reese Hoffa aims for Olympic gold

by Allyson Mann (MA '92)


Fighting words
UGA debaters are arguably a national powerhouse

Lori Johnston (ABJ '95)


 

IN THIS ISSUE
Love, as well as the aroma of freshly brewed coffee, is in the air at the Jittery Joe’s Coffee Roasting Company on East Broad Street.
The Gym Dogs brought home their fourth consecutive national championship—the program’s ninth—with two gymnasts, sophomores Grace Taylor and Courtney McCool, winning individual NCAA titles.
Yenka Truitt (AB ’08) was a freshman at UGA when she woke one morning at 3 a.m. with an earache. She had an interview scheduled with the housing department that day and it was the middle of the night, but Truitt knew exactly who to call—her BEST mentor, who provided food and medicine, prepped her for the interview and asked Truitt to call and let her know how it went.