Community workers assemble an old seafaring container to build a school in Croix-des-Bouquets, Haiti.

The David Livingstone of “Dr. Livingstone, I presume,” fame — H.M. Stanley’s reported salutation on the banks of Lake Tanganiyka on Nov. 10, 1871, held a mythic status during the Victorian era as being simultaneously a missionary and an advocate of Britain's commercial empire, an extraordinarily adventurous explorer and an anti-slavery crusader. More

Georgia Tech Hand-Delivers Early Actions to 19 AIS Students

by Phil Bolton | January 16, 2015 Nineteen seniors at the Atlanta International School (AIS) received hand-delivered early action acceptances from the Georgia Institute of Technology Jan. 16. More

Five Georgia WebMBA Programs Rank in the Nation’s Top 50

by Phil Bolton | January 14, 2015 Five Georgia institutions have been ranked among the top 50 in the country for their online WebMBA programs by the U.S. News and World Report magazine.  More

Prague's Bright Future Redeems Difficult, War-Torn Past

by Paul Varian Paul Varian, retired CNN writer, editor and senior executive producer, accompanied George Novak, honorary consul general of the Czech Republic and Global Atlanta Publisher Phil Bolton on a recent reporting trip to Prague, Czech Republic.  This is his story. More

Japan's Consulate Seeks Applicants for Language Scholarships

by Phil Bolton | January 9, 2015 The Consulate General of Japan in Atlanta encourages students of Japanese language and culture from Alabama, Georgia, North Carolina, and South Carolina to apply for Japanese government financed scholarships for 2015. Applications must by submitted by Feb. 18. More

Spelman Senior Picked for Marshall Scholarship

by Phil Bolton | January 8, 2015 Tayler Ulmer, a Spelman College senior has been selected to receive a prestigious Marshall Scholarship from the United Kingdom’s government enabling her to pursue in the U.K. a one-year master’s degree in social anthropology of development. More