Sunday, Sept. 25, 2016

Guest Column: The SEC approach: Elections should be as competitive as college football

It is time for voters in Georgia to make a goal-line stand to end gerrymandering.
By Jeff Ploussard

Guest Column: New bill would open important avenues of research for childhood cancer

The RACE for Children Act can help multiply the impact of our dollars so we can pay forward the gift of time.
By Erin and Stephen Chance

Column; Trust manifests itself in many ways in our daily lives - and it pays off

Trust in all directions leads to good chemistry that leads to a virtuous circle, which leads to outstanding results.
By Perry Smith

Sunday, Sept. 18, 2016

Guest Column: Successful teachers are nourishing and nurturing toward their students

The teacher (the youth-builder and the future's sustainer) has been the center of admiration and respect in the eyes of children.
By Frank G. Roberson, Ph.D.

Guest Column: Give dollars to make change for Augusta University

Make your donation today at augusta.edu/igive.
By Brooks A. Keel, Ph.D.

Guest Column: Did Japanese censors cause more casualties of atomic bombs?

The military regime, through a zealous censorship policy, bears significant responsibility for the horrible civilian carnage.
By William Beranek, Ph.D.

Guest Column: Contrary to critical column, school system committed to improvement

The Richmond County School System is not sitting back and providing substandard education to our parents and children.
By Helen Minchew

Monday, Sept. 12, 2016

Guest Column: Please remember all who gave their lives

Join me in standing with the men and women who protect and serve the citizens of this great state.
By Lt. Gov. Casey Cagle

Sunday, Sept. 11, 2016

Guest Column: Vote 'no' on OSD: More government does not mean 'better' education

It's just more useless government.
By Jeremy Spencer

Guest Column: Arts in educationneed prominence

It's up to us - the arts education community - to take a stand and lead.
By Brenda Durant

Guest Column: People with autism need to be protected with new law

I advocate for my son daily, and I most definitely will continue to advocate for his safety in the community.
By Kinshasa S. Reese

Guest Column: Apples and oranges: Comparing CSRA's school districts can be difficult

Students have the opportunity for a wonderful K-12 education on both sides of the river.
By Merry Glenne Piccolino

Sunday, Sept. 4, 2016

Guest Column: Child poverty is a major problem in Georgia - here's how to address it

A recently released Kids Count report showed that one in four children in Georgia lives in poverty.
By Lisa Krisher

Guest Column: Bulldozing Augusta's irreplacable architectural heritage is unacceptable

Something must be done to ensure that this longstanding trend does not continue.
By Erick Montgomery

Column: Cutting red tape: How the Augusta Warrior Project helps our veterans

I am often asked, "How can I help our veterans in need?" My answer is simple: Send in a check to the Augusta Warrior Project.
By Perry Smith

Column: Grade-fixing scandal underscores shortcomings of Augusta schools

The most important election this year is not for the president. It's for the Richmond County Board of Education.
By Bob Young

Sunday, Aug 28, 2016

Guest Column: Should foreign goods be banned from our shores? Depends on whom you ask

There are benefits we gain from foreign competition, if even a little unfair.
By William Beranek, Ph.D.

Column: Trump's ignorance of our national security makes him dangerous

America cannot have an uninformed, intellectually lazy, thin skinned, hip-shooting demagogue in charge of our nuclear arsenal.
By Ed Conant

Column: 'Feedforward' -- eight steps to changing your leadership behavior

Success with this feedforward technique requires courage, humility and discipline.
By Jeffrey W. Foley

Sunday, Aug 21, 2016

Guest Column: Comparison shows Trump's superiority over media-protected Clinton

I will side with the candidate determined to return all Americans to prosperity.
By Lee Benedict
 
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