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ABAC One-Act Play Features Dramatic Comedy January 25-26

TIFTON— A one-act play with humorous elements titled “The Dumb Waiter” will be spotlighted on January 25-26 at 7 p.m. each night on the stage in Howard Auditorium at Abraham Baldwin Agricultural College. Admission is $5 per person for the public. The funds will help to establish an ABAC theatre…

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Kistler Selected as Dean of ABAC School of Agriculture and Natural Resources

TIFTON—Dr. Mark J. Kistler is the new Dean of the School of Agriculture and Natural Resources at Abraham Baldwin Agricultural College. ABAC Provost and Vice President for Academic Affairs Jerry Baker said that Kistler will begin his duties March 1. “ABAC and the School of Agriculture and Natural Resources are... Read More »

‘For the Love of Mud’ Exhibit Opens at ABAC Museum Gallery January 27

TIFTON—After a rainy spell, mud is no friend to South Georgians who try to traverse the slick, back roads of the rural part of the state.   For Walter Hobbs, mud represents a different kind of companion as he spins, molds, and shapes wet clay into beautiful pieces of pottery. Visitors... Read More »

Baldwin Players Announce Auditions for ‘I Do! I Do! I Do! I Do!’ January 16 & 17

TIFTON – Auditions for the Baldwin Players’ spring production, “I Do! I Do! I Do! I Do!,” will be held on Jan. 16 and Jan. 17 at 6:30 p.m. in Conger Room 319 on the campus of Abraham Baldwin Agricultural College. Auditions are open to all ABAC students, staff, and faculty... Read More »

Three Redneck Tenors to Perform in ABAC Arts Series January 16

TIFTON— The Three Redneck Tenors add a new flare to the “tenor genre.” Their musical comedy featuring classically trained veteran artists is like Duck Dynasty goes to Carnegie Hall – down home laughs with big city music. And on Jan. 16, they are coming to Tifton for a 7 p.m.... Read More »

Rayonier First Corporate Sponsor for Forestry Conclave at ABAC

TIFTON— When 300 college and university students from across the south visit Abraham Baldwin Agricultural College on March 22-24 for the Forestry Conclave, Rayonier will help to pave the way. ABAC Chief Development Officer Deidre Martin said Rayonier is the first corporate sponsor for the 61st annual event which involves... Read More »

Chimes Ring Out Again as ABAC Graduates Enter New Phase of Their Lives

TIFTON— When the graduates of Abraham Baldwin Agricultural College streamed out of Gressette Gym on Thursday after the fall commencement ceremony, their happy smiles grew even bigger when they heard the chimes from the Chapel of All Faiths serenading them on their accomplishments. Silenced for the past five years due... Read More »

Smith, Winkler Receive Top Awards at ABAC Commencement

December 14, 2017 TIFTON—Jared Smith from Hastings, Fla., and John Winkler from Cumming received the top awards presented by the ABAC Alumni Association during the fall commencement ceremony on Thursday at Abraham Baldwin Agricultural College. Smith, an agriculture major, was named the winner of the ABAC Alumni Association Award which... Read More »

Board of Regents Approves ABAC, Bainbridge Consolidation

December 12, 2017 TIFTON—The consolidation of Bainbridge State College (BSC) with Abraham Baldwin Agricultural College (ABAC) moved a step closer to culmination on Tuesday when the Board of Regents of the University System of Georgia (USG) approved the prospectus for the merger. Coupled with the approval of the prospectus by... Read More »

Doc Severinsen, Byron Stripling Quartet to Perform in ABAC Arts Series January 11

December 12, 2017 TIFTON—“Heeeeere’s Johnny!” That lead-in, followed by a big band trumpet blast, dominated late night television across the country for 30 years. The ‘Johnny’ was Johnny Carson, the announcer was Ed McMahon, and the bandleader was Doc Severinsen. Americans welcomed the always entertaining telecast into their living rooms... Read More »