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

COVID-19 Regulations for the Fall 2022 Semester

Morgan Bridges, Print Managing Editor August 9, 2022

 Students and faculty can help prevent further spread of COVID-19 by practicing healthy habits this semester. What's new: Students and faculty should continue to follow the previous COVID-19 regulations. ...

Disability Pride Month

Morgan Bridges, Print managing editor July 23, 2022

July marks the celebration of Disability Pride month at Georgia Southern and throughout the United States.  What's new: The Students with Disabilities Advocacy Group of GS highlights its members to...

First package liquor store in Statesboro opens

Briyanna Thompson, Sports managing editor July 19, 2022

Clarke Beverages II is officially open making it the first package liquor store in Statesboro. What's New: The store is open from 10 a.m. to 9 p.m. Monday through Thursday and 10 a.m. to 10 p.m. Friday...

GS professor restores Statesboro wetland

GS professor restores Statesboro wetland

Raquel Upson, Correspondent July 12, 2022

Last October, Lissa Leege, a biology professor at GS, shared her story on how she purchased almost 12 acres of Statesboro wetlands. What's new: Since October, Dr. Leege has worked with her biology honors...

Students share opinions on the overturn of Roe v. Wade

Morgan Bridges, Print Managing Editor July 1, 2022

 The Supreme Court overturned Roe v. Wade last week, turning the right to an abortion into a states’ matter. What's new: This 1973 case sparked debate from both pro-life and pro-choice supporters,...

Students weigh in on Buffalo Mass Shooting

Joshua Ryans, Correspondent June 28, 2022

The Buffalo Mass shooting was 1 of 61 mass shootings to happen in the month of May, which killed 10 black people and injured 3 others. Police obtained a document written by the suspect saying that he...

GS hosting summer celebration

GS hosting summer celebration

Vanessa Countryman, Editor in Chief June 27, 2022

Georgia Southern is hosting a summer celebration with the President and First Lady in July. Fresh fruit and Leopold's ice cream from 10-11 a.m. Liberty Campus: July 12 (Outside of Student Commons) Statesboro...

Parking changes coming to GS in upcoming semesters

Morgan Bridges, Print Managing Editor June 21, 2022

The upcoming project of the indoor football practice facility near Paulson Stadium was announced in January of this year.  What's new:  The Indoor Football Practice Facility will be built in front...

Statesboro has approved 6 locations for liquor stores

Briyanna Thompson, Sports Managing Editor June 13, 2022

Within the months of April and May, the Statesboro City Council has approved 6 liquor store locations. Stephen Bradley Clark was approved to open “Clark Beverages” at 607 Brannen Street.  “You...

New GS parking violation device

Jackson Wright, Correspondent June 6, 2022

The Barnacle is Georgia Southern's recent alternative to towing or booting improperly parked cars.  What’s new: The barnacle is a new device that uses suction cups to stick to a vehicle’s windshield. How...

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GS is set to host NCAA baseball regional

Briyanna Thompson, Sports Managing Editor May 31, 2022

The NCAA selected 16 regional sites to host the 75th annual Baseball championship in which Georgia Southern was selected to host for the first time in the facility’s history.  What’s new: GS J.I....

SGA Winners discuss their plans for next year

Raquel Upson, Correspondent May 30, 2022

Georgia Southern’s 2022-2023 SGA Executive Leaders, announced in April, discuss their plans for the new academic year The President of SGA, Alexis Belvin, said she’s primarily focused on campus...

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