By Gabrielle Cowand
A panel will discuss “Foxfire at Fifty: Stories of Culture” Oct. 26 at 11:15 a.m. at the Richard B. Russell Building Special Collections Libraries.
The discussion is sponsored by the Office of Outreach, Engagement and Service in the College of Education, the Grady College of Journalism and Mass Communication and the special collections libraries.
Published biannually, Foxfire Magazine is written by students at Rabun Gap High School in Tiger about the community, culture and citizens in southern Appalachia. Panelists include Carl Glickman, professor emeritus of education at UGA; Christian Lopez, the lead Oral History and Media Archivist at the Russell
Library for Political Research and Studies; and Katie Lunsford, a senior at UGA who wrote for Foxfire in high school and continues to work with the magazine.
Parking for off-campus visitors will be available in the Hull Street deck across from the special collections libraries.