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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

Feed the Boro hosts Thanksgiving food drop

Feed the Boro hosts Thanksgiving food drop

Briyanna Thompson, Correspondent November 17, 2021

Starting this Saturday, Feed the Boro will be hosting a food drive for families and students in need.  Anyone is welcome to come and get free food. They will provide frozen items, fresh produce...

The athletic program is elevating after head coach hire, says Marrero

‘The athletic program is elevating’ after head coach hire, says Marrero

Eden Hodges, Editor-in-Chief November 16, 2021

Georgia Southern Athletics made a big hire last month, bringing in Clay Helton from Southern California as head coach of the football team – something President Kyle Marrero feels puts GS in the national...

GS flips the switch on the Holidays with annual lighting ceremony

GS flips the switch on the Holidays with annual lighting ceremony

Vanessa Countryman, Correspondent November 11, 2021

Flipping the switch for the holiday lights is a tradition at Georgia Southern, where students and locals gather for seasonal treats and music to officially start the holiday season. The main attraction...

Campus Chick-fil-A expands menu

Campus Chick-fil-A expands menu

Briyanna Thompson, Correspondent November 11, 2021

After almost two years of having limited menu items, Georgia Southern's on-campus Chick-fil-A Express expanded past just the original chicken sandwich and nuggets Friday. GS’ on-campus CFA has had...

Herty Building reopens after coffee pot fire

Herty Building reopens after coffee pot fire

Vanessa Countryman, Correspondent November 9, 2021

All of the floors in Herty Building reopened Monday after a coffee pot caught fire in one of the first-floor rooms last Monday. Repairs from the small fire and water damage are not 100% complete, but...

We asked students: What would you like to see Downtown?

We asked students: What would you like to see Downtown?

Morgan Bridges, Correspondent November 5, 2021

The City of Statesboro plans on amping up their Downtown area, extending it down the Blue Mile and closer to Georgia Southern’s campus, and they’re asking for the public’s help in defining what...

How to get into this weeks basketball game for free

How to get into this week’s basketball game for free

Briyanna Thompson, Correspondent November 3, 2021

November marks the beginning of Georgia Southern's basketball season, and just like football games students can get into home basketball games free of charge.  The women’s team starts off the...

Statesboro votes to bring liquor into city limits

Statesboro votes to bring liquor into city limits

Eden Hodges, Editor-in-Chief November 3, 2021

In an almost 3-to-1 vote, Statesboro voted to bring liquor within its city limits in municipal elections Tuesday. The final count passed the referendum 1305-457. Mayor Jonathan McCollar won his reelection...

Ex Southern California head coach to take over

Ex Southern California head coach to take over

DJ Cadden, Correspondent November 2, 2021

Former University of South California head coach Clay Helton was hired as the sixteenth head coach of the Georgia Southern football team. Helton served as the Trojans’ head coach for six seasons,...

Speaker delivering the Stockholm Prize in Criminology, lecture in domestic violence

Morgan Bridges, Correspondent November 2, 2021

Expert criminologist will visit Georgia Southern’s campus Tuesday to speak on domestic violence issues. Lawrence Sherman’s lecture “Policing, Violence, and Mental Health: The Case of Domestic...

How to vote in Statesboro election

Shay Parker, Correspondent November 2, 2021

Statesboro voting opened for the mayoral elections and a referendum deciding if liquor stores should be allowed within city limits Tuesday morning. Statesboro-registered voters can vote for mayor and...

Fire breaks out in Herty Building

Fire breaks out in Herty Building

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

Firefighters responded to alarms in the Herty Building Monday night, following heavy smoke to a small fire, according to Fire Prevention Chief Stephan Hutchins. The fire in room 1107 set off alarms...

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