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

Co-author to give lecture as part of annual series

Hannah Rawles October 3, 2012

Professor Richard Arum, co-author of Academically Adrift: Limited Learning on College Campuses, will be giving a lecture on Wednesday, Oct. 3 as part of the Norman Fries Distinguished Lecture series.The...

Licensing Resource Group to represent GSU

Grace Huseth October 3, 2012

On Oct. 3 Georgia Southern University signed an agreement to allow Licensing Resource Group to represent the university and its domestic licensing program.LRG currently represents more than 180 universities...

 

New taxi companies come to Statesboro

Taylor Cooper October 2, 2012

Two new taxi companies, Boro D.D. and About Town Non-Emergency Shuttle Service, were approved for business licenses in Statesboro on Saturday, Sept. 20.Boro D.D. opened Tuesday, Sept. 25 and was created...

Keel officially implements open door policy

Keel officially implements ‘open door policy’

Sarah Ryniker October 2, 2012

Thursday, Sept. 27, President Brooks Keel opened his door for faculty office hours for the first time since announcing in June his proposal for office hours after an open letter was published about the...

SGA pleased with voter turnout

Lauren Gorla October 2, 2012

Georgia Southern University administration members are extremely pleased that 55 percent of the student population participated in the voting process for possible future fees.“I am ecstatic about the...

 

Post student fee vote, GSU’s future uncertain

Lauren Gorla October 2, 2012

Georgia Southern University administration and the Student Government Association are discussing plans to move forward now that all three student fees voted yes.“The next step would be to present the...

Herty Advanced Materials Development Center names new President and CEO

Thomas O'Donnell October 1, 2012

Herty Advanced Materials Development Center named Alexander Koukoulas, Ph.D as its President and CEO Thursday.“We are excited to have Dr. Koukoulas join Herty as its President and CEO,” Georgia Southern...

GSU students vote in favor of proposed student fees

Lauren Gorla September 28, 2012

Announced today at noon, Georgia Southern University students voted in favor of the Athletic Expansion fee, Athletic Operations fee and Sustainability fee.9,390 students, or 55 percent, voted this week...

 

PBS to create Camp Lawton documentary

Grace Huseth September 27, 2012

On Oct. 1, the Public Broadcasting Service will come to the site of Camp Lawton to film a documentary on the nationally recognized Civil War camp with artifacts found by many Georgia Southern University...

Health Services brings ‘Kiss Me I’m Vaccinated’ to GSU

Lauren Gorla September 27, 2012

The flu season is approaching, and health professionals across campus are urging students to get vaccinated by announcing the “Kiss Me, I’m Vaccinated” campaign.Every Tuesday and Thursday from Oct....

New fraternity to begin recruting

Tayler Critchlow September 27, 2012

Alpha Sigma Phi will be at Georgia Southern University recruiting young men at the Rotunda between Oct. 9 and Nov. 7 as it adds the  101st chapter on campus.Justin Ferriera, coordinator of Expansion and...

Baby alligator taken from Wildlife Center

Taylor Cooper September 27, 2012

An American alligator was stolen from the Georgia Southern University Center for Wildlife Education on Thursday, Sept. 20 and has yet to be located.According to an incident report that was released by...

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