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In the mind of “Go Play” designer Isaiah Hendrix

In the mind of

Savannah King

October 23, 2020

When you look inside the mind of Student Designer Isaiah Hendrix, what would you see? Bright and vibrant red, but also soft colors like baby blue and cream to compliment. You would see shapes of every kind, finding there a way to connect with one another. The mind of Isaiah Hendrix is a puzzle of contrast...

Event Preview: A Conversation About Going Far With English Major Aleyna Rentz

Event Preview: A Conversation About Going Far With English Major Aleyna Rentz

Noelle Walker, Miscellany Editor-in-Chief

October 20, 2020

The Department of Literature is hosting Aleyna Rentz, writer and photographer, in “A Conversation About Going Far With an English Major” on Oct. 29 at 7 p.m. over Zoom.    Rentz is a notable alumna of Georgia Southern, and she was a double major in English and writing & linguistics. R...

Understanding and Addressing Toxic Masculinty

Understanding and Addressing Toxic Masculinty

Olivia Craft

October 15, 2020

Imagine stepping foot on campus and feeling immediate anxiety about walking to class because you feel like people are looking at youㄧjudging you. You feel overwhelmed. Because of this, you begin to feel weak. And, the next thing you know, you begin to feel inadequate because you feel that you are s...

Dressed in Distress

Dressed in Distress

Savannah King

October 14, 2020

 Each piece of fabric is stained differently from the bleach transforming it into something new. Every bleached pattern is different from the last. Each new rip is different and everything is one of a kind. This is Gameday Grunge.  Taylor Treadwell, a senior Fashion and Merchandising major, is t...

Hip-Oh: An Exploration of the Band’s Eclectic Sound    

Hip-Oh: An Exploration of the Band's Eclectic Sound    

Savannah Savage-Johnson

October 13, 2020

If you're looking for a generic cover band to play your favorite songs just as you know them, a Hip-Oh performance is probably not your scene. The band's ingenuity and style makes for a performance like no other. "It's a mix between neo-soul, mixed with hip-hop with a sprinkle of jazz and funk," said C...

Quarantine Friendly Halloween Ideas

Quarantine Friendly Halloween Ideas

Tatiana Joseph-Saunders, Culture Reporter

October 12, 2020

I know it may be harder to figure out things to do this year, to celebrate the spooky season. You may think that this Halloween season has to be less fun, scary, or sweet with treats because of the pandemic- hopefully, this article changes your mind!   Have A Spooky Bakeoff:   ...

What’s Leaving Netflix in October 2020?

What’s Leaving Netflix in October 2020?

Tatiana Joseph-Saunders, Culture Reporter

October 9, 2020

I am sure due to quarantining, social distancing, and online classes, you have been looking for things to watch on Netflix. If you happen to find a new tv show or movie, make sure it’s not leaving the streaming site before you finish! Here’s a list of everything leaving Netflix in October 2020. A...

The Man Behind the Bird

The Man Behind the Bird

Jenna Wiley, Editor-in-Chief

October 8, 2020

As I sit on a cold metal bench outside of the Wildlife Center at Georgia Southern University, I can hear the sounds of nature all around me. Birds are chirping, squirrels are playing in the crunchy autumn leaves and water is babbling from a nearby fountain.  The first thing someone sees as they enter t...

The Road to Success: GS First Generation College Students Share Their Experiences

Chloe Johnsen, left, Fred Smith, middle, and Rachel Rubio, right, are all first generation college students. Photo by: Tamara Tanksley

Noelle Walker, Editor-in-Chief of Miscellany Magazine of the Arts

October 6, 2020

Over the past five years at Georgia Southern, there has been a steady increase in the percentage of first generation college students, with the highest being a rise from 27.7% in Fall 2016 to 34.1% in Fall 2017. However, in Fall 2018, the number dropped down to 23.5%. [GRAPHIC about % of First Gen CS] Being a...

Social Media Has Changed My Generation

Social Media Has Changed My Generation

Tatiana Joseph-Saunders, Culture Reporter

October 5, 2020

I know, I know, this seems like an intense statement. But if you really think about it, it’s what everyone has been saying. People of all generations, ages, and backgrounds have stated time and time again that “Social media wasn’t like this when I was growing up”, “You guys [Millennials or...

Quarantine Friendly Things to Add to your Fall Bucket List

Quarantine Friendly Things to Add to your Fall Bucket List

Alexis Hampton, Managing Editor

October 1, 2020

Fall is officially upon us and I know that so many of you are excited. I mean, how could you not be? So what better way to welcome the season than to….stay in? I know the situation we’re in isn’t ideal, but that doesn’t mean we can’t still enjoy ourselves. So, since COVID-19 has us all cramped...

Movies to watch in Fall that have nothing to do with Halloween

Movies to watch in Fall that have nothing to do with Halloween

Alexis Hampton, Managing Editor

September 29, 2020

It’s officially fall! That means it’s time for movie marathons...but what if you’re tired of Halloween movies? Sure, it’s spooky season, but everybody doesn’t have to like fall for Halloween. Sometimes, it’s about aesthetics. It’s the breath-taking fall foliage and watching the leaves...

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