Campus Life

Michael Jackson Show Kicks off New ABAC at the Tift Series September 26

TIFTON—Michael Jackson’s magical music and daring dance moves will be on display at the historic Tift Theatre on Sept. 26 when Abraham Baldwin Agricultural College presents the first show in the new ABAC at the Tift entertainment series. Titled “I Am King: The Michael Jackson Experience,” the show...

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Broadway Stars Kick Off Carter Arts Series Sept. 19 at ABAC Bainbridge

TIFTON— The seventh season of the Carter Arts and Lecture Series at Abraham Baldwin Agricultural College Bainbridge kicks off with a bang on Sept. 19 with Broadway stars recreating great moments from fabulous shows at the Charles H. Kirbo Regional Center. “Neil Berg’s 100 Years of Broadway” features...

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ABAC Students Thank Scholarship Donors at ‘Milk and Cookies’ Event

TIFTON—Students from Abraham Baldwin Agricultural College recently gathered in the Alumni House on campus to write thank-you notes to scholarship donors.   ABAC Alumni Director Lynda Fisher said 160 students wrote personal notes to say how much they appreciated the donors’ support of their education. “It’s something we do every...

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ABAC Arts Series Opens Season with Valdosta Symphony Orchestra September 29

TIFTON—Acclaimed pianist Rachel Cheung and the Valdosta Symphony Orchestra kick off the 2019-20 version of the Abraham Baldwin Agricultural College ABAC Presents!  Performing Arts Series on Sept. 29. ABAC Arts Connection Director Wayne Jones said Cheung is sure to enthrall the audience with her expertise at the piano...

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‘ABAC On the Move’ in Camilla September 24

TIFTON—High school seniors in Mitchell County as well as ABAC alumni will be the guests of honor on Sept. 24 when Abraham Baldwin Agricultural College presents “ABAC on the Move” in Camilla.  Sponsored by the ABAC Alumni Association and the ABAC Enrollment Management Office, the drop-in event will...

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ABAC Approaches New Year with Overflowing Residence Halls, More Nursing Students

TIFTON—With fall semester classes kicking off on Tuesday, Abraham Baldwin Agricultural College approaches the 2019-20 academic year with residence halls jammed to capacity and more students studying to be nurses and agricultural education teachers. Dr. Chris Kinsey, Director of Residence Life, took a few moments from Freshman Move-In...

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Valerie Touchstone Will Be Keynote Speaker at ABAC Freshman Convocation August 12

TIFTON— Valerie Touchstone, an ABAC alumnus who founded her own marketing and public relations agency in Tifton, will be the keynote speaker at the 15th annual Freshman Convocation on Aug. 12 at Abraham Baldwin Agricultural College. The 11 a.m. ceremony in Gressette Gymnasium serves as the opening of the...

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New ABAC Dean Says People and Flamingos Share Many Similarities

TIFTON—Dr. Matthew Anderson believes people and flamingos share many common characteristics. “When one flamingo gets excited, they all get excited,” Anderson, the new Dean of the School of Arts and Sciences at Abraham Baldwin Agricultural College, said.  “They are fascinating birds.  They succumb to peer pressure just like...

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ABAC Students Learn from World Renowned Scientists in Pacific Northwest

TIFTON—Traveling to the northwest corner of the United States to scan rodent specimens may not sound like a good time to most but for two students and their professor from Abraham Baldwin Agricultural College, it’s an experience they will never forget. ABAC Professor Andrew McIntosh and ABAC students...

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