News

Inside look on the Georgia Southern Museum

Inside look on the Georgia Southern Museum

The Georgia Southern University Museum is a place where collections and research come together to foster a teaching environment and where exhibits come to life to provide educational outreach. Located inside of the Rosenwald building on Sweetheart Circle, the museum has been providing the campus and the community with fun and educational exhibits since July […]

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Non-traditional transfer students on the rise

Non-traditional transfer students on the rise

At 64-years-old, Kathy Williams is set to graduate this coming December with a degree in International Studies after having to put her college career on hold at age 18. Williams is one of Georgia Southern’s many non-traditional transfer students. “When I was 18, my mother fell ill and I had to put my college career […]

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Your View April 23

Your View April 23

“Yeah, I’m very honest, and I think it helps some teachers who genuinely care about their students’ perspectives about the class, but of course you’ll have those teachers who are stuck in their ways, and aren’t gonna change according to what the students suggest. If I could change something, I would make the more questions […]

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Sports

Men’s tennis season comes to an end

Men’s tennis season comes to an end

The 2013-2014 Georgia Southern University men’s tennis season came to a close last week. In the quarterfinals of the 2014 Southern Conference Championships, GSU fell to the University of North Carolina-Greensboro 4-0. In the first doubles match, junior Kyle Hoffman and senior Oliver Webb were defeated by sophomore James Dougherty and senior Ahmet Sarioglu, 8-3. […]

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Women’s tennis falls short at championship

The women’s tennis team had a short stay at the 2014 Southern Conference Championships last week when it lost 4-0 to the University of Tennessee at Chattanooga in the quarterfinals. The Eagles’ first scheduled match was against the Mocs who ultimately defeated the Eagles swiftly in doubles. To start off the day UTC sophomores Kayla […]

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Eagles head to Columbia for another SEC opponent

Eagles head to Columbia for another SEC opponent

Following the tension-filled loss against No. 1 University of Alabama, the Georgia Southern University softball team will get its chance for redemption against the University of South Carolina tonight. The Gamecocks have alternated between two pitchers almost equally all season. Junior pitcher Julie Sarratt has compiled a 2.93 ERA and four saves this season. Her […]

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A & E

Pearls by Ash

Pearls by Ash

Making it’s way into the jewelry world at Georgia Southern University is a company solely based on raising money and awareness for the Make a Wish Foundation. This business is called Pearls By Ash. Every amount paid for a necklace is actually a donation that goes straight to the Make a Wish Foundation, a charity […]

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Graphic designers wow at CAT

Graphic designers wow at CAT

Prepare to experience a new side of art this Friday as Georgia Southern University’s Department of Art presents the BFA Graphic Design Exhibition. The exhibition will include the works of 23 undergraduate students. Each piece is a portion of their artistic portfolio that they have worked on during their years in GSU’s BFA program. Submissions […]

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Eagle Fest throws back to elementary school days

Eagle Fest throws back to elementary school days

Eagle Fest is ready to take you back in time to when your main worry was choosing between participating in tug-of-war first or the balloon toss and finals had not become a source of dread this Saturday from 12-4 p.m. at Eagle Courtyard. The theme for this year’s Eagle Fest will be a throwback to […]

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Opinions

Don’t let negativity control your life

Don’t let negativity control your life

This school year is almost over, finals are right around the corner and all that work that we should have done earlier in the semester is piling in on us. There isn’t much you can do to relieve stress at this point over school work, but you can relieve stress in your daily life. A […]

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Apartment complexes need more flexibility

Apartment complexes need more flexibility

Lets face it; it’s become pretty hard to graduate college in four years. According to US News’ college ranking, only 23 percent of students at Georgia Southern University graduate within four years. Students are now trying to wrap up their degrees over the summer terms or even during the following fall semester. This is a […]

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The senior reds

The senior reds

Last paper, I ranted about the process (or lack there of) of graduation. It’s hard, there’s not a whole lot of structure and what not. After it was published, I looked back at my handiworks and thought that it was good. I thought, “Yea, I’m a senior and graduation should definitely not be that hard […]

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