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Harvard professor presents perfervid political presentation

Harvard professor presents perfervid political presentation

Davis Cobb, Correspondent March 3, 2021

As part of the 2021 Mark Finlay Memorial Lecture, Professor Thomas Patterson will discuss his presentation “How America Lost its Mind: Our Misinformation Crisis.”  A Bradlee Professor of Government...

Single-dose vaccine approved by FDA

Single-dose vaccine approved by FDA

Fernanda Camacho Hauser, Correspondent March 3, 2021

Late February, the Food and Drug Administration (FDA) granted emergency use authorization for the third COVID-19 vaccine which can be administered in just one dose, unlike its competitors which require...

SGA president Juwan Smith speaking at the forum. (2019) Photo by Jason Chapman.

SGA opens up elections for 2021

Kevin Davoud, Correspondent March 2, 2021

This week marks the beginning of the election cycle for the Student Government Association (SGA) at Georgia Southern. SGA serves the entire student body at GS, including the Armstrong and Liberty...

GS shutting down Paulson Stadium for round two of vaccine rollout

GS shutting down Paulson Stadium for round two of vaccine rollout

Alejandro DeLaFuente, Correspondent March 2, 2021

Georgia Southern is shutting down Paulson Stadium this Thursday and Friday to begin their second round of drive-thru vaccine distribution. Those who are eligible can make an appointment beforehand and...

Georgia Southern officials announce 21 positive COVID-19 ahead of its eighth week

Georgia Southern officials announce 21 positive COVID-19 ahead of its eighth week

Mitch Smith, Managing Editor for Print March 1, 2021

STATESBORO — Georgia Southern officials reported a week of decreased positive COVID-19 cases, reporting 21 cases during the seventh week of this spring semester. After completing the seventh full...

A brief history of Black figures at Georgia Southern

A brief history of Black figures at Georgia Southern

Alejandro De La Fuente, Correspondent March 1, 2021

First Black Students: During the fall of 1965, the first Black students walked onto the Georgia Southern campus, which at the time had only taught white students in its 59-year history. Their arrival...

What type of housing is right for you?

What type of housing is right for you?

Fernanda Camacho Hauser, Correspondent March 1, 2021

It’s that time of the year when we as college students start being asked whether we are returning to our current living accommodations for the next year or not.    For those of us who have...

Southern Leaders won a Gold Excellence Award from the National Association of Student Personnel Administrators. Southern Leaders teaches its members leadership skills through volunteer service and special projects.

GSU’s Southern Leaders earn outstanding recognition

Davis Cobb, Correspondent March 1, 2021

Georgia Southern University’s Southern Leaders Program was named Outstanding Leadership Program of the Year by the Student Leadership Programs Knowledge Community of the National Association of Student...

Georgia Southern goes for gold with honored distinction

Georgia Southern goes for gold with honored distinction

Davis Cobb, Correspondent February 26, 2021

For its tenth year in a row, Georgia Southern University has been named a Military Friendly school by marketing agency Viqtory Media, earning a gold-level distinction in the large public school category...

Are you eligible for the vaccine?

Are you eligible for the vaccine?

Alejandro DeLaFuente, Correspondent February 25, 2021

Georgia Southern plans to administer vaccines according to the Georgia Department of Public Health’s multi-phase rollout plan which details who is eligible for the vaccine and when. Here's a breakdown...

Public Relation Society of America to host annual conference

Public Relation Society of America to host annual conference

Fernanda Camacho Hauser, Correspondent February 24, 2021

The annual “The Path Forward” conference to help public relations students to network and interact with PR workers from across the state will run from February 24 to 26.    The virtual...

Is COVID getting stronger and closer to home?

Is COVID getting stronger and closer to home?

Fernanda Camacho Hauser, Correspondent February 24, 2021

One of the more recent headlines that have been circulating is about COVID-19 variants being detected and reported on closer and closer to home. The CDC defines a virus variant as having “[...] one...

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