Take a trip down nostalgia lane and learn about college life through the decades. Next stop: the '90s, an era of incredible growth at UGA.
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The UGA Alumni Board brings Bulldogs together. Get to know Truitt Eavenson, a dedicated board member and advocate for the College of Engineering.
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Nawanna Miller was crowned the Mistress of Cultural Affairs in 1970 for her contributions to diversity and inclusion at UGA.
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Margaret Vaughn, the first Black woman to graduate from the Terry College of Business, shares her journey to becoming a successful executive.
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