Athens Banner-Herald features Grady Centennial in special insert

Next to the Red & Black, there are few newspapers that have had as many Grady College students and alumni write or take pictures for it over the years as the Athens Banner-Herald.  On April 12, 2015, the Banner-Herald saluted the college with a special insert heralding its past and looking forward to the future.

The insert included interviews with several notable alumni, a retrospective overview of the history of the college in a column written by Dean Emeritus E. Culpepper “Cully” Clark, an update on future initiatives by Grady College Dean Charles Davis, an overview of the Peabody Awards and a timeline of events over the past 100 years.  The features were interspersed with several current and historical pictures.

Below are links to the articles in the insert that can be found online*:

Party, forums, more on tap for Grady 100th birthday party

From humble beginnings, Grady now a leading media school, by Dean Emeritus Cully Clark

List of prominent alumni

Charlayne Hunter-Gault: A history-maker with a storied career

Conrad Fink: An unforgettable mentor to many

William S. “Billy” Morris III: An honored leader of a diversified media company

Tom Johnson: Chief of major papers as well as cable TV news giant

Deborah Norville: Emmy Award-winning television news personality

Tim Mapes: Pilot of largest airline’s marketing wing

Maxine Clark: Retail titan with stores around the globe

Peabody Awards: School’s role boosted prestige of electronic media prize

As it celebrates centennial, Grady prepares for next 100 years, by Dean Charles Davis

Grady College Timeline

* Please note that non-subscribers will be limited in the number of articles they can access online.

Date: April 12, 2015
Author:  Sarah Freeman
Contact:  freemans@uga.edu