GC Stories

group at table creating podcast

GC Stories is a podcast featuring interesting anecdotes from the Georgia College community. It is produced by Eric Jones and Madison Rutledge.

Season Two

Episode 2: Ghost in the machine

Information Security Officer Hance Patrick tells true stories of fake presidents, Isis, and even an exact duplicate of himself all trying to get through the firewalls of Georgia College, and what happens when they get in.

Bonus Video: Thunder himself gets hacked. 

Hacker rubs his hands together

Episode 1: GC's Hidden Spring

Retired Georgia College Historian Dr. Bob Wilson tells the story about an ancient spring hidden beneath a plate in GC's auto yard that encompasses the entirety of Milledgeville's history. 

A foot goes into a well
Season 1

EPISODE: THE SERVICE CIRCLE 

kendall at give center

Kendall Stiles tells the story of how she made the Give Center better by nearly destroying it. 


EPISODE: MEMORY HILL

gc ghost story

Dr. Bob Wilson has a chance encounter with a woman who claims to see dead people, and then proceeds to do so … in his office.


EPISODE: THE STORY OF BERNARD

Dr. Cedric Howard

Dr. Cedric Howard tells the story of the most amazing applications package he ever read, from a boy who was the sole breadwinner for his family since the age of 13, and the even more amazing story of what became of him.


EPISODE: WHAT DOES THE 'X' MEAN?

Veronica Womack

Veronica Womack tells the story of how a single letter of the alphabet started her down the path to becoming one of the foremost prominent voices for the Black Belt. 


EPISODE: THE HOOP HOUSE

hoop house

When a burgeoning farm’s hoop house is carried off in a wind storm, what will the GC community do to help it get back on its feet? 


EPISODE: THE CASE OF THE DEFACED BOBCAT

stem camp

A team of third-through-fifth graders walk into the Centennial Center and discover a cardboard cut-out of Thunder disgraced by a funny nose and mustache, so what do they do? Break out their microscopes and forensic science kits and get to the bottom of it, that’s what.