As a recent alum of Agnes Scott College, there is no doubt that Emily Reed ’14 is still considered a familiar face amongst students. You may see her reciting her poetry at Java Monkey, attending events hosted by Agnes Scott’s English Department or simply catching up with friends on campus. She holds a degree […]
by Kelsey Gay Managing Editor, Content The Greatness Before Us Campaign is Agnes Scott College’s new four year campaign to raise $100 million towards ASC’s strategic plan, Engaging a Wider World. The Campaign will kick off this month and end in December 2016. The campaign should provide the framework for fundraising that will support both […]
by Anna Cabe Managing Editor, Online Agnes Scott College was founded on this day, Sept. 24, 1889, as Decatur Female Seminary, a Presbyterian grammar school for girls. WABE conducted an interview with Professor Clifford Kuhn of Georgia State University about the origins of Agnes Scott College. Check it out! Correction: Due to the factual errors […]
by Katie Rose Criscuolo Online Content Editor In response to school-wide budget cuts, the Center for Writing and the Center for Speaking are becoming one entity in which all tutors will be trained comprehensively in order to give support to students with all forms of projects including writing, presentations, portfolios, and digital communication. In addition […]
The finalists of the 41st annual Agnes Scott Writers’ Festival have been announced. All in all, there are eight current Agnes Scott Student finalists and one alum, making up for 36% of the finalist pool.