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

College Republicans invite free-speech speaker

Justin Hall, Correspondent September 9, 2021

Georgia Southern's College Republicans welcomed a guest speaker to discuss free speech on college campuses Tuesday. Andrew Lawrence, the Grassroots Engagement Director for the Americans For Prosperity...

Demand for COVID-19 testing slows

Chase Amoroso, Correspondent September 8, 2021

In one single week last August  MAKO Medical tested over 1,100 people under their white tent, however for now, things seem to be slowing down for them. For the past few weeks the MAKO medical...

Henderson extends hours, still not 24-hours

Vanessa Countryman, Correspondent September 8, 2021

Students pulling late-nighters have to leave the library at 2 a.m., as Henderson Library’s pandemic-altered schedule stays in place this semester.  While Henderson’s hours have never been...

GS announces 116 positive COVID-19 cases after fourth week

Eden Hodges, Editor-in-Chief September 7, 2021

Georgia Southern saw a decrease in COVID-19 cases for the second week in a row, announcing Monday 116 positive COVID-19 cases in the fourth week. Last week saw a record number of cases reported by...

Three Tree coffee moving into Henderson library

Ashlynn Melnyk, Correspondent September 3, 2021

Three Tree coffee roasters will move into the place of Zach’s Brews in Henderson library next Wednesday, offering their same Main Street menu but on campus with a few GS exclusives. With almost the...

People wait to get inside Shenanigans bar for the first Wild Wednesday in two weeks on September 1, 2021. The bar recently closed following the arrests of a bartender, a bouncer and a night manager suspected of selling cocaine on August 20, 2021.

Shenanigans reopens 10+ days after cocaine arrests

Chase Amoroso, Correspondent September 3, 2021

A line of students ran out the door of Shenanigans Wednesday night, their first time reopening since police arrested three staff members suspected of selling cocaine over a week ago. “I'm so happy...

President Marrero optimistic after last week’s dip in positive COVID-19 cases

Eden Hodges, Editor-in-Chief September 2, 2021

Last week’s 157-count dip in positive COVID-19 cases could point towards Georgia Southern being on a downward trend in cases, University President Kyle Marrero told the George-Anne Monday. “I’m...

Does FDA approval change students’ minds about vaccination?

Chase Amoroso, Correspondent September 2, 2021

The  U.S. Food and Drug Administration’s approval for the Pfizer COVID-19 vaccine has given the green light to some Georgia Southern students with vaccine-hesitancy to get vaccinated, but others remain...

Fully vaccinated can win up to $5000 in GS’ random drawing

Eden Hodges, Editor-in-Chief August 31, 2021

Fully vaccinated students, faculty and staff can win prizes through the month of September in weekly drawings, regardless of their vaccination location, Georgia Southern announced Monday. The first...

Eagles showcase their small businesses

Eagles showcase their small businesses

Briyanna Thompson, Correspondent August 31, 2021

Current and past Georgia Southern students promoted their big and small businesses on Main Street Friday, where over 40 vendors sold handmade items, paintings, custom apparel and more. All of the owners...

GS announces 277 positive COVID-19 cases after third week

Eden Hodges, Editor-in-Chief August 31, 2021

Editor's note: An earlier version of this article said 32 cases were reported by faculty. That was incorrect as this number includes faculty and staff as "employees". Georgia Southern saw a decrease...

GS giving $50 to every person who gets their first vaccine

Ashlynn Melnyk, Correspondent August 31, 2021

Georgia Southern is giving $50 to every person that gets their first shot on campus before the end of September. Every student, faculty or staff member who gets their first dose of the vaccine on campus...

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