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Police Beat: Week April 12-15

Police Beat: Week April 12-15

Saturday, April 12 7:45 p.m.: Officers investigated a drug complaint that originated in the Burger King parking lot on Fair Road. Officer conducted a traffic stop of the suspect vehicle in the Harvey’s parking lot on Fair Road. Brandon Porsh Jonta Davis, Statesboro, Ga., was arrested and charged with Open Container, Possession of a Firearm […]

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SGA elections show higher voter turnout

SGA elections show higher voter turnout

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GSU surprises at “coopetition”

GSU surprises at “coopetition”

Last Friday the Georgia Southern University Mock Mediation team competed at the Kennesaw State University Invitational against five other teams in the region. The team won two awards at the invitational: Best team overall and Top Advocate Client. The competition lasted over two days with sessions of one and a half hours each. There was […]

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Sports

Eagles readying up for SoCon tennis championships in Tennessee

Eagles readying up for SoCon tennis championships in Tennessee

  The Georgia Southern University men’s tennis team, led by seniors Oliver Webb and Marco Osorio, will travel to Chattanooga, Tenn., on Wednesday, April 16, for the Southern Conference Tennis Championships. The team will not start playing until Thursday. They were seeded high enough to avoid playing early on Wednesday. Four other teams will be […]

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Women’s tennis prepares for championship

Women’s tennis prepares for championship

Tomorrow the Eagles will head to Chattanooga, Tenn., to compete in the 2014 Women’s Tennis Southern Conference Championship. Georgia Southern University at No. 6 will begin its charge up against the University of Tennessee at Chattanooga, holding a lofty standing of No. 3, on Thursday, at 3 p.m. The team will begin play on the […]

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Spring game brings up questions on offense

Spring game brings up questions on offense

The annual Blue-White spring game was the first opportunity for fans to come out an watch the Georgia Southern University football team under new head coach Willie Fritz. Special teams, or special forces as the team refers to it, started off the day. Junior punter Ryan Norwicki blasted several 55-yard punts from both ends of […]

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A & E

FX creates a masterpiece

FX creates a masterpiece

FX’s new T.V. series, “Fargo” turned out to be brilliant and so refreshingly original compared to everything else on television right now.

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The Great Eagle hides eggs on campus

The Great Eagle hides eggs on campus

Georgia Southern University students can relive their childhoods this week as Department of Auxiliary Services presents the Great Eagle Egg Hunt. Sometime this week, 2,500 blue Easter eggs will decorate the landscape of the GSU campus. Auxiliary Services has been planning this event since February and has kept the exact date of the start of […]

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Mr. GSU preview

Mr. GSU preview

Georgia Southern University students will compete to be the ninth annual Mr. Georgia Southern University and next year’s leading man in a competition this week. The Mr. Georgia Southern University Pageant (Mr.GSU) is a competition for male students at Georgia Southern hosted by the University Programming Board. The pageant will be held this Thursday in […]

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Opinions

You don’t have to drink to have a good time

You don’t have to drink to have a good time

Have you ever wondered if there were students who go to Georgia Southern but don’t actually drink? Well, you have just found one. Yep, I am a member of the “weird” few who don’t drink and choose to go to, what many would consider to be, a party school. I have many reasons for not […]

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Fight to make the world a better place

Fight to make the world a better place

The world is a scary place, or at least that is what major news networks keep telling me. With a constant stream of headlines about shootings, missing planes, and Ebola outbreaks, it’s hard not to be afraid of the big bad world. News outlets often tend to focus on stories that are more likely to […]

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Better security will lead to safer schools

Better security will lead to safer schools

Another horrific tragedy occurred April 9 at Franklin Regional High School near Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania. 16-year-old Alex Hribal is accused of stabbing as many as 22 people, including 21 students and a security guard, before school started that Wednesday morning. Thanks to many students and faculty members that put themselves in harm’s way and intervened on […]

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