The student led, student read news organization at Georgia Southern University

The George-Anne Media Group

The student led, student read news organization at Georgia Southern University

The George-Anne Media Group

The student led, student read news organization at Georgia Southern University

The George-Anne Media Group

GS’ Professors speak out on student attendance and disengagement
Morgan Bridges, print managing editor • November 28, 2022

Faculty speaks up about student attendance in their classes. What’s new: Based on an anonymous form that faculty filled out with 16 total...

Early voting over Thanksgiving Break

Early voting for the Runoff elections will begin Sunday, Nov. 27th in select locations. What's new:  Students who are registered back home...

Students share their opinions about managing a job

GS students share their experiences while working and being a college student. “Working a campus job and going to classes is very difficult,”...

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Annual Lighting of Sweetheart Circle

What’s happening: The Lighting Ceremony of Sweetheart Circle is this Wednesday at 5:30 in Statesboro hosted by President Marrero and the Office...

Enrollment Decline

What’s new: Georgia Southern's fall '22 enrollment declined after a summer that saw almost 9,000 applications go uncompleted. “We had...

How to vote in the Georgia runoff election

The Georgia runoff elections will be held on Tuesday, Dec. 6 What's new: Voters who registered by Nov. 7 can vote in this election. Early...

How to Layer for Fall
Mckenzie Kerrigan, Editor-In-Chief • November 14, 2022

  Layering is essential in the fall, as the temperature drops student begin to replace the standard oversized shirts and shorts for something...

Podcasts Recommendations

Podcasts > Music I listen to music all the time. Literally all the time. When I’m cooking, driving, showering, doing homework,...

Adventures in Dog-sitting: A Real Life Marley and Me
Adventures in Dog-sitting: A Real Life Marley and Me

This past Friday I had the privilege to babysit “The Reflector” Editor-in-Chief McKenzie Kerrigan’s wild dog. Bruno,...

FASFA: The Struggle is Real

You’ve been holding it off for weeks. You’ve seen the yard signs about it around campus. The dreaded FAFSA, or Free Application...

Easy ways to go green
Easy ways to go green

Changing the world is a hard thing to do. Helping out the planet is not. Here are some easy ways to go green on and off campus:   ...

Why YOU should go abroad for grad school
Why YOU should go abroad for grad school

Like many other things, the pandemic had a huge impact on college experiences that students expect to have. Besides taking classes...

OPINION: Reflector Reviews: Halloween Ends

  For those wishing to see Laurie Strode's and Micheal Meyers's exciting conclusion, you may be happy to hear that Halloween...

Do Students Understand Consent?

Consent can have a spectrum of answers, it isn’t always “yes” or “no”. We asked students to define the word consent...

A quick lesson on opossums from the Wildlife Center!
Ansley Hamilton, Russell Union Show Host • November 16, 2022

The Ceramics Studio!
Hannah Hutcheson, Special Features Editor • November 16, 2022

Welcome to the Georgia southern ceramic studio! In this video you will see students turning clay into art and how they do so.

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Jordyn Mobley, Special Features Reporter • November 14, 2022

Talking It Out: Wakanda Forever is a Cinematic Masterpiece
Jordyn Mobley, Special Features Reporter • November 14, 2022

*SPOILER ALERT* In this video, I discuss my favorite parts of the new Black Panther movie. I also talk about some spoilers in the movie and how...

Examining Georgia Southerns bowl game possibilities
Examining Georgia Southern's bowl game possibilities
DJ Cadden, Sports Editor • November 28, 2022

On Saturday, Georgia Southern took down rival Appalachian State in exhilarating fashion and claimed their bowl spot in the process. Now that...

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