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

ArtFest 2024 Photo Gallery

Ainslie Smith, Reporter April 23, 2024

ArtFest has been bringing family and friends to Sweetheart Circle for 41 years, to create and share crafts with the community. Local businesses, volunteers and students helped bring smiles and colorful...

Georgia Southern Repeatedly Named Military-Friendly School

Georgia Southern Repeatedly Named Military-Friendly School

Nicholas Daniels, Journalist April 18, 2024

Since 2012, Georgia Southern University has repeatedly been named as a military friendly school, according to Coastal Courier.   President Mararreo was quoted as saying “Veterans, service members...

Students at the Reflector Magazine release event.

Reflector Magazine Reveal Party/Donate to Thrift

Blake Williams, Editor in Chief April 18, 2024

Yesterday, the Reflector released their 2024 edition of the Reflector Magazine. During the release, student media sponsored a thrift shop event to get people engaged with not only student media, but also...

Using The Academic Success Center

Nicholas Daniels, Reporter April 17, 2024

As finals season approaches, stressful exams, papers and projects start to pile up. On-campus academic resources like Academic Success Centers are often overlooked and students usually wait too long to...

Summer Safety

Olivia Hicks, Reporter April 16, 2024

As Statesboro continues to get warmer and pools begin to open, it is important to remember pool safety and sun protection.    Whether you know how to swim or not, you can still benefit from...

Clarkes Beverages II and the Evolution of Statesboro’s Liquor Culture Part 1

Briyanna Thompson, Editor in Chief April 11, 2024

College is all about making memories, and with making memories comes going to your first college party and having what might just be your first alcoholic drink ever. A quick trip to the nearest liquor...

Orange Crush in Jeopardy?

Olivia Hicks, Reporter April 11, 2024

Orange Crush is one of the biggest unsanctioned events in Savannah, Georgia, on Tybee Island. This event dates back to 1988, when many HBCU colleges in the South came together, and the tradition still...

Students playing Super Smash Bros at the Educational Gaming Center

National Library Week – Gaming Center, Scavenger Hunt and Raffle Prizes

Ainslie Smith, Writer April 10, 2024

Zach S. Henderson Library kicked off National Library Week with a video and board game meetup in the brand new Educational Gaming Center on the second floor. National Library Week, from April 7-13, is...

Ozempic: Helpful or Harmful?

John Wright, Reporter April 10, 2024

What’s new: The weight loss drug Ozempic has been on the rise since its FDA approval in 2017, patients and doctors do not understand the full scope of this drug’s positive and negative effects. ...

Why We Need Duo

Why We Need Duo

Nicholas Daniels, Reporter April 9, 2024

Recently, students who’ve logged onto their MyGS portal saw a change in the look of Duo, Georgia Southern’s two-factor authentication system. Although the new format of Duo was touted to offer a better...

This is a representation of what they sun will look like during the eclipse.

Eclipse Over the Boro

Olivia Hicks, Reporter April 4, 2024

On April 8, the total solar eclipse can be seen right here in Statesboro. The last time a total eclipse took place where people were able to see it was in August of 2017. Eclipses happen frequently throughout...

John Wright with Dr. Jacek Lubecki

U.N. Security Council Passes Resolution for Immediate Cease-Fire

John Wright, Writer April 3, 2024

What’s new: The United Nations Security Council passed a resolution allowing for a cease-fire to commence in Gaza for the month of Ramadan on Monday, March 25th. The resolution passed with 14...

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