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Georgia Southern officials announce 18 positive COVID-19 ahead of its eleventh week

Georgia Southern officials announce 18 positive COVID-19 ahead of its eleventh week

Mitch Smith, Managing Editor for Print March 22, 2021

STATESBORO — Georgia Southern officials reported a week of decreased positive COVID-19 cases, reporting 18 cases during the tenth week of this spring semester. After completing the tenth full week...

Sustainability program introduces campus thrift store

Sustainability program introduces campus thrift store

Fernanda Camacho Hauser, Correspondent March 22, 2021

The Statesboro campus' first ever thrift store is accepting donations in various locations throughout campus until Friday and offering store credit that students can use to purchase clothes in the thrift...

Georgia Southern officials announce 19 positive COVID-19 ahead of its tenth week

Georgia Southern officials announce 19 positive COVID-19 ahead of its tenth week

Mitch Smith, Correspondent March 15, 2021

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

Georgia Southern provides free vaccines to those who are eligible

Georgia Southern provides free vaccines to those who are eligible

Mitch Smith, Managing Editor for Print March 12, 2021

In a  communications and marketing email that went out to GS students, faculty and staff there was an announcement made on COVID-19 vaccines regarding Georgia Southern specifically. Georgia Southern...

WGSS sets up a series for Women's History Month

WGSS sets up a series for Women’s History Month

Davis Cobb, Correspondent March 12, 2021

With March underway, Women’s History Month has come with it, and Georgia Southern University’s Women’s Gender and Sexuality Studies Program has made plans to celebrate the month and bring recognition...

How to keep up with the pandemic over the break

How to keep up with the pandemic over the break

Fernanda Camacho Hauser March 12, 2021

We’ve reached the point where we didn’t return last year, and where we can mark on a calendar when all of our lives changed to one degree or another.  The pandemic is still going which means we...

Students begin to see university-issued COVID-19 relief grants

Students begin to see university-issued COVID-19 relief grants

Eden Hodges, Managing Editor March 11, 2021

Starting this week, Georgia Southern began distributing over $11 million worth of grants to roughly half of its student population as part of the Higher Education Emergency Relief Fund II (HEERF II) signed...

Capitol

Stimulus checks to start hitting bank accounts over spring break

Alejandro DeLaFuente, Correspondent March 11, 2021

Stimulus checks will pop into bank accounts starting this weekend, after President Biden signed the $1.9 trillion stimulus package Thursday afternoon upon receiving the finalized bill from Congress, which...

Shakespeare in the Stream

Shakespeare in the Stream

Fernanda Camacho Hauser, Correspondent March 10, 2021

In order to comply with the ongoing pandemic’s safety measures and still allow for the largest number of people to access the play, the Georgia Southern Theater’s production of Shakespeare’s comedy,...

Securing Statesboro

Securing Statesboro

Fernanda Camacho Hauser, Correspondent March 10, 2021

Bright and early on Saturday March 6 in the morning the GSU Military Science building hosted the “Securing Statesboro: Keeping our city safe” public forum.   Mayor McCollar gave the opening...

GS to distribute more vaccines and include new qualifiers outlined by GDPH tomorrow

GS to distribute more vaccines and include new qualifiers outlined by GDPH tomorrow

Alejandro DeLaFuente, Correspondent March 9, 2021

The Georgia Department of Public Health made the vaccine available to three new groups of people for phase 1A+ starting yesterday, and Georgia Southern will run their third vaccine drive-thru tomorrow...

A refresher on campus-carry laws as gun sales skyrocket across the US

A refresher on campus-carry laws as gun sales skyrocket across the US

Alejandro DeLaFuente, Correspondent March 9, 2021

 Georgia’s state legislature has required all campuses to allow concealed carry since 2017, but recently, gun sales have skyrocketed since the pandemic began last year.  There are exceptions to...

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