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Bulloch County urged to take West Nile precautions

Bulloch County urged to take West Nile precautions

Alanna Navin October 25, 2012

Cold weather is approaching with no guarantee that the weather change will diminish threats of the West Nile virus or the cases of it around the U.S., including a recent case in Bulloch County.“The mosquitos...

GSU seeks to improve internet connection

Isaac Carrasco October 25, 2012

 The Department of Network and Telecommunications is in the process of creating ideas for focus groups for students due to recent complaints about on-campus Internet connectivity.“Focus groups will...

Elizabeth Volker was a freshman pre-communications major.

Monken mourns loss of Volker after her death due to self-inflicted gun shot

Jennifer Curington October 23, 2012

Oct. 25 3:35 p.m.: Coach Monken speaks on mourning VolkerGeorgia Southern University head coach Jeff Monken released a statement via email today about the loss of Elizabeth Volker."The Georgia Southern...

Students host prayer vigil for deceased

Taylor Cooper October 23, 2012

A prayer vigil, organized by Georgia Southern University students Caleb Rogers and Marissa Lovins, was held on the grass around the Rotunda today at noon and was open to students and faculty.“We wanted...


Breakdown of the presidential candidates: Believe and move forward

Grace Huseth October 23, 2012

FOREIGN POLICY Romney National Defense Navy to increase ship building rate Modernize and replace the aging inventories of the Air Force, Army and Marines Devote four percent of our GDP to national defense...


NSBE to host a walk for education

Kelsey Elam October 23, 2012

The Georgia Southern University Chapter of the National Society of Black Engineers will walk door to door for A Walk For Education to promote engineering to African American residents in Statesboro.NSBE...

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GSU police explain why on-campus assault went without Eagle Alert

Taylor Cooper October 23, 2012

The Georgia Southern University’s Department of Public Safety said that there was not enough of a threat to students to issue an Eagle Alert after a student was attacked in an on-campus, strong-arm robbery...

GSU students debate rules of the road

GSU students debate rules of the road

Lauren Gorla October 23, 2012

Bikes are a common sight at Georgia Southern University, but The Student Government Association have not heard of any plans to add bicycle lanes on campus.In the state of Georgia, bikes are classified...

IFC to host golf tournament

Jack Magruder October 18, 2012

The Inter-Fraternity Council will be hosting its first ever IFC Invitational Golf Tournament at Smithfield Golf Course where proceeds will go toward a Statesboro local who was recently diagnosed with Leukemia.Anna...

Social justice panel to debate

Social justice panel to debate

Sarah Ryniker October 18, 2012

Tonight, students and faculty will gather in the Russell Union to discuss important issues ranging from foster care, to poverty, to human trafficking and immigration.The event will be tonight at 6 p.m....

Armed robbery on campus goes without Eagle Alert

Taylor Cooper October 18, 2012

Georgia Southern University Office of Public Safety did not send out an Eagle Alert to students after an armed robbery between Kennedy Hall and Southern Courtyard on Sunday at 1:29 a.m.Police issued a...

Dining plans revamped in 2013

Lauren Gorla October 18, 2012

Correction: The article originally referred to Dining Dollars as Eagle Bucks. This change in name was made known after the Student Government Association meeting and has been corrected after speaking...

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