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GGC recognized for its diverse student body for sixth straight year

GGC recognized for its diverse student body for sixth straight year

For the sixth year in a row, Georgia Gwinnett College (GGC) has been ranked by U.S. News & World Report magazine as the most ethnically diverse Southern regional college. The ranking was included in the magazine’s 2020 “College Compass” report, issued today.

Edward Sezonov, the ‘Honey Guy’, feeding Snellville’s STAT the CAT some of his local honey

Celebrating Gwinnett’s diverse population | Edward Sezonov

Edward Sezonov is known throughout the southern part of Gwinnett County as “The Snellville Honey Man”. Every Saturday during the Snellville Farmer’s Market’s June-to-September season, he mans a booth and sells the local honey he harvests from the 40-odd hives he maintains.

Inside the Mandir in Lilburn. The Mandir is the most-visited tourist site in Gwinnett

Explore Gwinnett rolls out the red carpet

Lisa Anders is filled with energy and excitement about Gwinnett County, so it’s no wonder that she heads up the Explore Gwinnett organization as its Executive Director. The non-profit 501(c)(6), formerly named the Gwinnett Convention and Visitors Bureau (“That’s a mouthful of government words,” Anders quipped), Explore Gwinnett has one job, and that’s to attract conventions, groups and families to the county. Sounds simple enough, right? Not so fast. The job may be fun and exciting, but it’s far from simple.

Woman brings Greek village tradition to Norcross

Norcross – The Norcross Community Market is back, and with it comes flair, diversity and food, food, food. Now open Saturday mornings through August 13 from 9 am – 1 pm, shoppers can expect to find a brand new kind of farmer’s market.