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Time changed for True Blue Experience

Time changed for True Blue Experience

Fernanda Camacho Hauser, Correspondent April 30, 2021

This year's “True Blue Experience: Food & Flight” has changed their time slot to take place between 7 and 11 pm which is a push back from the original time it was supposed to take place. This...

Johnson & Johnson pause lifted, GS to continue distribution

Eden Hodges, Managing Editor April 29, 2021

After the FDA and CDC lifted a pause on Johnson & Johnson vaccine distribution Friday, Georgia Southern will begin offering the single-dose vaccine again on campus. “Now that pause has been lifted...

How to get your second dose

How to get your second dose

Fernanda Camacho Hauser, Correspondent April 29, 2021

As vaccine appointments are made later and later into the semester, some students will have to make a return to campus after the semester ends to receive their second dose from Georgia Southern or find...

Denim Day and its campaign to raise awareness

Denim Day and its campaign to raise awareness

Fernanda Camacho Hauser, Correspondent April 28, 2021

One of the events that shows up in today’s event calendar is “Denim Day” without an actual location or time for those who would be curious to attend. The day is not about the material and instead...

Any student can ride GS' intercampus shuttle

Any student can ride GS’ intercampus shuttle

Davis Cobb, Correspondent April 27, 2021

After the campus merge in 2018, new opportunities to pursue different majors and classes opened up just an hour drive away, but to make this opportunity available to all Georgia Southern started an intercampus...

Georgia Southern officials announce 12 positive COVID-19 ahead of its final week of classes

Georgia Southern officials announce 12 positive COVID-19 ahead of its final week of classes

Mitch Smith, Managing Editor for Print April 26, 2021

STATESBORO — Georgia Southern officials reported a week of decreased positive COVID-19 cases, reporting 12 cases during the fifteenth week of this spring semester. After completing the fifteenth full...

The Blue Mile: What's new and what's to come

The Blue Mile: What’s new and what’s to come

Fernanda Camacho Hauser, Correspondent April 23, 2021

Most students who have ventured from campus to the downtown Statesboro area might have noticed the large sign announcing your arrival to the Blue Mile. We had the opportunity to speak with Keely Fennell,...

Young Statesboro man awaits murder trial without bond, supporters kick-off a ‘Week of Action’ for his release

Jillian King, Candidate Reporter April 22, 2021

Sunday began a ‘Week of Action’ for petitioners calling for the release of a young Statesboro man from the Bulloch County Jail who received murder charges from a road rage incident that happened last...

Students share cookies and conversation with new dean of students

Students share cookies and conversation with new dean of students

Caitlin-Grace Daniels, Correspondent April 22, 2021

Students got the chance to meet Georgia Southern’s newest dean of students at the Russell Union Rotunda Wednesday as she passed out cookies and talked to students to show she’s a dean that cares. “My...

Derek Chauvin found guilty on all counts, GS community reacts

Derek Chauvin found guilty on all counts, GS community reacts

Eden Hodges, Correspondent April 21, 2021

The murder trial for the death of George Floyd concluded yesterday as the jury found Derek Chauvin guilty on all counts, and for many members of the Georgia Southern community, this came as an overdue...

The challenges of virtual theatre, and Georgia Southern's final Spring play

The challenges of virtual theatre, and Georgia Southern’s final Spring play

Fernanda Camacho Hauser, Correspondent April 21, 2021

The final play of the 2020-21 school year, Spoon River Anthology, will be streaming this week from Wednesday April 21 until Sunday April 25. We discussed with Newell some of the challenges that have...

Campus food drives gather supplies for Eagle Essentials Food Pantry

Campus food drives gather supplies for Eagle Essentials Food Pantry

Caitlin-Grace Daniels, Correspondent April 20, 2021

 The Eagle Essentials Food Pantry gathered over 2,000 donated items after efforts from a group of Georgia Southern students working alongside the Dean of Students Office to put on food drive events this...

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