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

Students thoughts on the new normal

Students thoughts on the ‘new normal’

Morgan Bridges, Correspondent October 22, 2021

Considering the decline of cases following the rampant Delta variant, students have begun to wonder what post-COVID will look like.  Many students are wondering if there will ever be a return...

Update on student misplaced by fire

Update on student misplaced by fire

Justin Hall, Correspondent October 22, 2021

Esther Asare-Nkansah, the junior majoring in computer science, who was displaced after an apartment fire in late August is currently staying in another unit at The George until her original unit is fixed.  She...

Eagles and their side hustles

Eagles and their side hustles

Briyanna Thompson, Correspondent October 20, 2021

With hobbies turned into side hustles, these Georgia Southern students used their talents to stay financially stable while getting their college education as well.  “I started my line because...

Missing former GS football star found safe

Missing former GS football star found safe

Briyanna Thompson, Correspondent October 20, 2021

Police found the missing former Georgia Southern football star in the woods Tuesday night, safe and unharmed. Wesley Kennedy, former GS student and football star had been missing since Sunday. He was...

The pros and cons of changing your major

Vanessa Countryman, Correspondent October 18, 2021

The ultimate benefit of changing your major is that you would be able to study what you love, but your timing could affect your graduation.  Ultimately, changing your major will change what your...

Marrero on adjusting to new normal: Lets be solution makers

Marrero on adjusting to new normal: ‘Let’s be solution makers’

Eden Hodges, Editor-in-Chief October 15, 2021

Instability plagues the Georgia Southern community adjusting to a ‘new normal’, but Georgia Southern President Kyle Marrero encouraged faculty, staff and students to be “solution makers”. "I...

Vaccine incentives are nice, but safety should be enough incentive, students say

Vaccine incentives are nice, but safety should be enough incentive, students say

Morgan Bridges, Correspondent October 15, 2021

As vaccinations dropped off around the end of the spring semester, Georgia Southern began offering cash incentives to those getting vaccinated, with some students saying that staying safe should have...

GS museum reopens after 3 years of renovations

GS museum reopens after 3 years of renovations

Justin Hall, Correspondent October 14, 2021

After closing down for three years of extensive renovations, the Georgia Southern Museum reopened Sunday, kicking off a week of learning festivities. “It has been a long project, but well worth...

GS professor Rebecca Kennerly calls for more robust COVID-19 protocols on campus. GS chapter of the AAUP began their first day of protests for mask mandates at the Russell Union Rotunda on September 13, 2021.

What’s next for last month’s protesting professors?

Vanessa Countryman, Correspondent October 13, 2021

In mid-September, faculty and staff protested for a mask mandate back in classrooms, but now that these protests are over with no change to COVID-19 precautions on campus, what will they do next? “I...

Backpacks fill Sweetheart Circle, encouraging students to speak up and Send Silence Packing

Backpacks fill Sweetheart Circle, encouraging students to speak up and ‘Send Silence Packing’

Shay Parker, Correspondent October 13, 2021

Backpacks with stories of students lost to suicide filled the lawn of Sweetheart Circle Tuesday, equipping visitors with mental health resources and encouraging them to speak up about their mental health. The...

Sample ballot taken from Bulloch County Elections website.

Early voting opens, decides if liquor stores come within city limits

Eden Hodges, Editor-in-Chief October 12, 2021

This season's municipal elections added a possible change to liquor laws to the referendum, giving Statesboro residents the choice of having liquor stores within city limits, as early voting started Tuesday. Bulloch...

GS professor fights for environment, protects Statesboro wetland

GS professor fights for environment, protects Statesboro wetland

Caroline Boykin October 11, 2021

One biology professor at Georgia Southern purchased almost 12 acres of Statesboro wetlands, spending the last five years working to restore and protect the lands. Lissa Leege purchased the land...

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