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National Council of Negro Women held vigil for Trayvon Martin

Brandon Pledger

March 6, 2017

The National Council of Negro Women held a vigil last Sunday to reflect on the death of Trayvon Martin.Myracle Clay-Bennett, President of the National Council of Negro Women has been aware of just how intricate race relations betwe...

Students form Pure Poetry organization

Natalie Turman

February 7, 2017

Georgia Southern University’s first student organization that is focused on poetry began making its mark on campus last semester.Pure Poetry, started by Joseph Wilson, sociology and political science graduate student, allows stude...

Tyson Summers’ debut approaching quickly

Marqus Williams

August 22, 2016

The debut of Georgia Southern's 10th head coach is about to unfold. Tyson Summers, a Tifton, Ga. Native, has been preparing the Eagles for their opening matchup against Savannah State at home.At 35 years old Summers is one of th...

A penny for your thoughts

Cheryl Nuzum

December 1, 2015

Money is the topic on everybody’s mind and for many college students, it can be confusing one. College is the first time for a lot us where we’re responsible for our own money. We have tuition, bills, credit cards, loans,...

Athens Gameday Pro-Tips: How to survive game day and have a great time doing it

Alexandria Richbourg

November 16, 2015

By Rachel Kelso and Alexandria RichbourgThe George-Anne contributorsThe most talked about game of the season is right around the corner. This Saturday the Eagles will face the Georgia Bulldogs at Sanford Stadium in Athens, and w...

A New Meaning of ‘Group Work’

Cheryl Nuzum

October 27, 2015

Dr. Brent Wolfe, associate professor in Recreation, has taken a unique take on the phrase “Practice makes perfect.”Every semester Dr. Wolfe teaches a class called Leadership and Programming and“We can talk about it all day i...

#DBTG changes the face of alcohol awareness

Meg Elwood

October 27, 2015

Club Remix is part of the week-long “Don't Be That Guy/Girl” alcohol awareness event, created through the collaboration of the University Wellness Program and the Health Services: Department of Health Education.Health Departmen...

Haunted forest to fright the ‘Boro

Matt Sowell

October 22, 2015

Imagine walking through a forest in the dead of night. Paranoia looms in the air as screams echo from far off, ahead is a scene straight out of “The Walking Dead” and behind are a crew of clowns laughing maniacally. For th...

Don’t fear the needle

Meg Elwood

October 22, 2015

Flu season is among us, Georgia Southern, luckily we can stop a flu-zombie apocalypse from happening on our campus by getting a little prick in the arm.The Health Services clinic on campus is currently recommending and offering fl...

NDoW Highlights the importance of writing

Ashlee Gilley

October 15, 2015

There are national days for talking like a pirate, chocolate ice cream and for appreciating your sibling, so why not have a day to highlight the importance of writing? Oct. 20 is the National Day of Writing (or NDoW).“[NDoW] is ...

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