Dalton State College News
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- Chasing dreams: How 2 basketball rivals became teammates at Dalton State College
They played basketball for rival high schools. They even played against each other in junior college. But now, at Dalton State College, Frazier and Perry are teammates for ...
- Dalton State College Athletics "Share the Vision"
He added, "We have around 111 athletes this year and 90% would not be at Dalton State if not for athletics." The college athletic ...
- Dalton State College graduate continues to improve community - The Daily Citizen
"I knew I wanted to be a teacher," she said. "Dalton State's program prepared me to do this. And that experience in Ethiopia made me fall in love with teaching." Her backg ...
- Dalton State College names interim athletic director - The Daily Citizen
DALTON, Ga. â€” Dalton State College has found an immediate answer for who will lead its athletics department, but questions still remain about the permanent solution. The college announced Thursday ...
- In Memory: Dr. Kris Barton, 39, Professor at Dalton State College - Patch.com
Kris' love of education continued as he built a successful career as a professor at Dalton State College where he had the opportunity to inspire the lives of his m ...
- Waugh leaving Dalton State College - The Daily Citizen
Derek Waugh called it a â€œgodsendâ€ ...
- Free rapid HIV testing at Dalton State College - The Daily Citizen
In recognition of National Women and Girls HIV/AIDS Awareness Day (NWGHAAD), the North Georgia Health District will conduct in the Sequoyah Hall foy ...
- Dalton State College notebook: Roadrunners basketball on top of conference - The Daily Citizen
Dalton State College senior point guard Sean Tate passes the ball around Mobile University's Matthew Smith-Cook during the Roadrunners' 73-65 home game on Jan. 2. Th ...
The coronavirus pandemic has changed the 2019-20 school year for over 14 million college students. Read on to learn the impact of COVID-19 on current students and how colleges around the country are reacting.
The current state of the United States education system is up in the air as COVID-19 spreads across the nation. Graduating high school seniors may find it necessary to change their plans for the fall of 2020 and many are considering a gap year.
In the wake of the COVID-19 crisis, businesses around the country are facing setbacks - colleges included. Read on to learn more about the impact of the pandemic on higher education in the United States.