I hope that you enjoyed a wonderful Thanksgiving with family or friends, and that you and your loved ones were blessed with safe travels.
Since the dawn of human conscience and human civilization, our capacity as humans to choose our moral compass and our behavioral actions have been part of what it truly means to be a person. In recent centuries various disciplines have examined how we are influenced and affected in those choices, but the underlying concept of our “free will” is the basis of what defines us as moral, ethical actors.
Tomorrow’s midterm elections are very important for the nation and I am glad that locally there have been voter registration initiatives for some months on our campuses to encourage students, faculty and staff to exercise our right to vote. If you haven’t done so already, please vote tomorrow!
We awoke this morning in middle Georgia to the real first feel of Autumn. Typically, at MGA we measure this seasonal change and the end of the first quarter in three ways: academically, operationally, and personally.