Gossip Gus: Site Sync or Swim


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Hey Eagle Nation, Gossip Gus here!

I’m the number one source of gus-sip here on campus and I am dying to tell you about my newest tip. Spotted: several trucks arriving at Armstrong Campus with millions in technology aboard.

We all know there’s been some changes to Armstrong within the recent years. The biggest being the arrival of yours truly, of course. I’ve kept my eagle eye out for any new changes here in Savannah. Today. I’m here to break the news on Armstrong Campus’ biggest change yet.

My sources tell me Armstrong Campus is rumored to move fully online by as early as next semester. Things started slowly at first. Courses started becoming site-sync, students had to make the tiring trip out to Statesboro for short hour-long classes.

Now, it appears that the entirety of Armstrong Campus might just become one big computer lab altogether.

Don’t get your feathers in a bunch, the shuttle over to Statesboro will still be offered. In place of labs, students can expect to partake in virtual laboratory simulations.

“The future is pixelated,” one correspondent told me. “You can either fly with eagles, site-sync or swim.”

The digitalization of Armstrong doesn’t stop there: this is all a part of a 5-year plan to introduce a Matrix of college life.

Future generations of students can expect to plug into class every morning without the need to even change out of their pajamas.

The matrix is said to be an exact replica of the Statesboro Campus. Walks down Greek Row, frisbee at SweetHeart Circle and trips to Insomnia Cookies will complete the college experience.

I personally can’t wait to soar into the virtual world of digital learning.

Don’t get your wires crossed trying to figure out who I am. That’s one secret I will never tell.

You know you love me,


Gossip Gus