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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

Marc Wilson murder trial reaches a verdict

Joshua Ryans, Correspondent September 1, 2022

What's new: A jury found the defendant, Marc Wilson, guilty of involuntary manslaughter after Wilson was accused of shooting at a truck and killing one of its passengers. This is a lesser charge than...

COVID-19 Regulations Fall 2022

Morgan Bridges, Pring managing editor August 31, 2022

Close contact reporting is no longer required. Why it matters: When students are exposed to a COVID positive individual, they are no longer required to report their close contacts, per a GS Health Services...

Biden announces Student Debt Forgiveness Plan

Morgan Bridges, Managing Print Editor August 27, 2022

President Joe Biden announced his new Student Debt Forgiveness plan on Wednesday. What's new: Biden’s plan offers debt relief in the form of a three-part plan, providing aid to those recovering from...

Gnats Landing Construction

Gnats Landing Construction

Joshua Ryans, Correspondent August 27, 2022

What's New: Gnats Landing has ongoing construction to add a second level to their deck. This construction change will not increase seating but instead make more space for the customers. What's Next:...

New Freedoms Landing Gates

New Freedom’s Landing Gates

DJ Cadden, Sports Editor August 27, 2022

GS announced Friday that the newly installed gates at Freedom’s Landing are set to be activated What’s new: There are three different gates—yellow, black arm and black iron.  The yellow...

Marc Wilson’s Murder Trial Begins

Raquel Upson, Correspondent August 25, 2022

26 months after the death of Hutcheson, Wilson now faces trial.  What happened: Marc Wilson is accused of deadly shooting. Back in June of 2020, Wilson, a biracial man, was charged with felony...

Monkeypox cases on the rise

Raquel Upson, Correspondent August 24, 2022

What's new: This rare, contagious disease continues to spread throughout Georgia. “Current trends nationally and at a state level show a continued gradual increase in cases,” said Katie Hadden,...

Projects and Office Moves Around Our Campus

Raquel Upson, Correspondent August 23, 2022

Several major projects around campus have temporarily caused some offices to move. What's new: Common GS facilities are under construction.  Williams Center second floor renovations are scheduled...

 Arrests made in 111 Shooting incident 

Morgan Bridges, Print Managing Editor August 21, 2022

Editor's note: This story has been updated to clarify 111 South as an off-campus apartment complex. Detectives working the 111-shooting case made an arrest Wednesday evening. What's new: Robert Arthur...

Man Injured in Statesboro Shooting

Morgan Bridges, Print Managing Editor August 16, 2022

A 21-year-old man was injured in a shooting incident at 111 South Apartments on Saturday night. What Happened: Police Chief, Mike Broadhead, shared that upon arrival responders observed scattered shell...

Student Pay Wages on Campus

Morgan Bridges, Managing Print Editor August 15, 2022

Georgia Southern offers a multitude of different job opportunities for students with a wide range of starting pay rates. This listing only represents wages available to students; however, it does not...

COVID-19 Regulations for the Fall 2022 Semester

Morgan Bridges, Print Managing Editor August 9, 2022

 Students and faculty can help prevent further spread of COVID-19 by practicing healthy habits this semester. What's new: Students and faculty should continue to follow the previous COVID-19 regulations. ...

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