MODA celebrates 100 years of design
by Bobby Tedder
August 20, 2014 12:55 PM | 0 0 comments | 0 0 recommendations | email to a friend
In the Museum of Design Atlanta’s latest exhibition, time is of the essence. The Midtown venue’s “AIGA 100: A Century of Design” is a retrospective that appears to pay homage to that realm’s reverential past while acknowledging the depth of contemporary contributions and the benefits of forward thinking. “This is probably one of the most visually stunning design shows you’ll ever see,” said curator Doug Grimmett. “This is not an award show. … It’s made to delight and engage you.” Th...
Holy Innocents’ participates in ice bucket challenge
In a video posted to YouTube Friday, Holy Innocents’ Episcopal School Head of School Paul Barton, left, and the Rev. Ned Mulligan, the school’s chaplain, took the ice bucket challenge for ALS after...
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Georgia moves up seven spots in ACT rankings
The 2014 ACT (American College Testing) results show Georgia moved up seven spots from 37th in 2013 to 30th this year. The 2014 ranking puts the state at the top of the pack among its Southeastern ...
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Guest column: Nebraska billionaire behind assault on Nunn
With a net worth today of $1 billion, Joe Ricketts, 73, the founder of TD Ameritrade, is fretting over the crumbs falling from his table. It galls Joe that some of those crumbs might be used to hel...
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  • Elected officials and college degrees
    Apr 04, 2014 | 747675 views | 0 0 comments | 498 498 recommendations | email to a friend | print

    Do you think it is important for elected officials to have college degrees?