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

How to get a free COVID-19 test delivered to your dorm

Vanessa Countryman, Digital Managing Editor January 26, 2022

GS students can order free at-home COVID-19 tests with their school address to be delivered to their P.O. box. Students can visit covidtests.gov to access the link to place the order.  Students...

At-home COVID-19 tests: Where to get them, how to take them

Alex Gholston, Correspondent January 26, 2022

As cases of COVID-19 and its variants continue to rise in Bulloch County, students and locals alike can use at-home testing kits to skip the line for fast results. These over-the-counter tests are...

GS announces 502 positive COVID-19 cases after second week

GS announces 502 positive COVID-19 cases after second week

Eden Hodges, Editor-in-Chief January 25, 2022

Georgia Southern saw an increase in COVID-19 cases last week, announcing Monday 502 positive COVID-19 cases in the second week of class, an almost 100-case jump from the previous report. This report...

Hearing rumors of a snow day?

Briyanna Thompson, Sports Managing Editor January 21, 2022

Incoming rain and low temperatures could turn into ice and freezing rain in the northern coastal Georgia area, but it shouldn’t affect any normal Georgia Southern operations. The last time GS closed...

So Statesboro can sell liquor, now what?

So Statesboro can sell liquor, now what?

Vanessa Countryman, Digital Managing Editor January 20, 2022

Statesboro voted yes to liquor in early November, but the stipulations have still not been decided. Here’s what we do know: It was agreed by Statesboro’s mayor and council, December 21, that...

How to celebrate MLK Day in Statesboro

Morgan Bridges, Managing Editor January 13, 2022

The Bulloch County Branch of the NAACP will host a 2021 MLK Day Drive-in Community Service at Mill Creek Regional Park this Monday at 6 p.m.  The celebration operates alongside the annual parade,...

New year, new variant, new guidelines

New year, new variant, new guidelines

Morgan Bridges, Correspondent January 10, 2022

As Omicron cases steadily increase across the country, the CDC made updates to quarantine policies Sunday, adjusting isolation periods for those exposed. New guidelines were presented January 9, hinting...

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Publix resumes construction for fall ‘22 open date

Morgan Bridges, Correspondent January 10, 2022

Returning from the winter break, you may have noticed some progress being made at the Publix construction site.  In lieu of the ground-breaking of May 2021, construction of the Statesboro Publix came...

Bulloch sees significant COVID-19 spike into new year

Bulloch sees significant COVID-19 spike into new year

Vanessa Countryman, Managing Editor January 10, 2022

Bulloch County has an average of 34 new confirmed COVID-19 cases daily for the first time since September. East Georgia healthcare center is distributing free, at-home COVID-19 test kits to businesses...

 Tahli Viner, an incoming junior psychology major, was taken in zip-tie restraints after protesting in Atlanta during last summers BLM protests. Three GS students were tear gassed and arrested while participating in protests on May 30, 2020.

We asked you: What are your thoughts on justice after recent BLM-related trials

Morgan Bridges, Correspondent December 2, 2021

The acquittal of Kyle Rittenhouse, the conviction of three men in the murder of Ahmaud Arbery and the jury verdict that white supremacists must pay damages for the violent Charlottesville demonstrations...

One GS student found dead

Vanessa Countryman, Correspondent December 2, 2021

Editor's note: We would like to publish an article honoring John's life through your memories of him. If there’s anything you want to say or share with us, please reach out to us at gaeditor@georgiasouthern.edu.  A...

GS chief diversity officer leaving after this semester

GS chief diversity officer leaving after this semester

Alex Gholston, Correspondent December 1, 2021

GS' first-ever appointed Chief Diversity Officer will leave his position after a four-semester run this January. “It is with heartfelt gratitude that I share Dr. Wilson has accepted an exciting opportunity...

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