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Flag display dedicated to international community

The international community at Augusta University is made up of 400 students, faculty and staff.  On August 29, a display of flags representing the home countries of these men and women was unveiled at the Jaguar Student Activities Center on the...

Hanging ribbons and sharing stories of childhood cancer

Patients at the Children’s Hospital of Georgia and their families hung gold ribbons around trees lining the breezeway Friday. The gold ribbon represents childhood cancer. Ribbons could be hung to honor a child’s life or in memory of a child who did...

IGIVE Night Shift Kickoff starts tonight

This week, the IGIVE campaign rides the elevator to the second floor of the Medical Center to bring the annual giving campaign direct to the Night Shift. From 10—11:55 p.m. on Thursday, August 31, Night Shift employees will be able to visit an IGIVE...

Sharing Miracle Treat Day moments

Miracle Treat Day is an annual Dairy Queen fundraiser that supports Children’s Hospital of Georgia, the local Children’s Miracle Network Hospital. For every DQ Blizzard sold, $1 goes to CMN Hospitals, and all local proceeds stay local...

Deal at groundbreaking: ‘This is your future’

If there was any doubt about the lasting value of the cyber mission in Augusta, Gov. Nathan Deal put it to rest when he addressed a group of students from Augusta University’s GenCyber camp at the groundbreaking of the newly named Hull McKnight...

New CHOG hospitality cart puts joy on wheels

The family and friends of sick children will soon have a new ally at the Children’s Hospital of Georgia. Jim Mumford, CHOG administrator, and Sean Frantom, director of Development at Ronald McDonald House Charities of Augusta, unveiled a new...

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