Georgia Trend - August 2007

GreenRoom: August 2007

• Athens’ W.H. “Dink” NeSmith, president of Community Newspapers Inc., has donated a 1,010-acre conservation easement located along the banks of the Altamaha River in Wayne County to The Nature Conservancy of Georgia. A conservation easement is a legally binding…

Political RoundUp: August 2007

Help for Davis: Southern Poly-technic President Lisa Rossbacher was named interim chief academic officer for the University System until a permanent choice can be selected. She replaced Beheruz Sethna, who returned to his fulltime job as president of the University…

Ups And Downs

Some Georgia political figures who were on top of the world mere months ago – including Saxby Chambliss, Shirley Franklin and Sonny Perdue – are finding that things have changed.

Are You Ready For Some Football?

Both Georgia State and Kennesaw State are considering new football programs – GSU has recruited Dan Reeves to lead its effort. Students, alumni, administrators and fans are enthusiastic, but in the end, it will all come down to money.