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Podcasts To Look Out For

Podcasts To Look Out For

Tatiana Joseph-Saunders, Culture Reporter

September 18, 2020

This year seems like the perfect time to zone out to your favorite podcast. Just shut out the whole world and all of the issues with really cool podcasts about mythology or true crime. Here are a few podcasts that I have been listening to and I really recommend, no matter what you’re interested in! Bitter Brown Fem...

Hinge: Is it really the dating app designed to be deleted?

Noelle Walker, Miscellany Editor-in-Chief

September 17, 2020

Ever been on a dating app and it feels like you’re endlessly swiping for a potential match? Ever wish you could see everyone who liked you up front without paying for a subscription?  Ever wish there was a magic button that showed a guy/girl with similar interests? If you answered yes to any--or ...

Fall Animes To Look Out For!

Fall Animes To Look Out For!

Tatiana Joseph-Saunders, Culture Reporter

September 14, 2020

If you have been on Tik Tok or Twitter during the summer, even during the initial quarantine in March, you may have noticed one genre of media getting a resurgence in the mainstream- Anime. Since March, I have noticed an increase in the amount of people talking about it and watching it. I am sure the...

Disney Movies That Didn’t Age Well

Disney Movies That Didn't Age Well

Alexis Hampton, Managing Editor

September 10, 2020

Disney has been around for a really long time and they’ve made many successful movies. Knowing how to make a successful movie starts with knowing what would sell at the time of the movie’s release and Disney is a master of making movies for the times. Unfortunately, some of their movies didn’t a...

Powered by Plants First Meetup

Powered by Plants First Meetup

Devon Williams, Events and Engagement Editor

September 3, 2020

Georgia Southern University’s vegan and vegetarian Club, Powered By Plants, held its first meeting virtually on Thursday evening. The members discussed raising money for, and volunteering, at the Statesboro Food Bank because there are few options available for people who would prefer to eat a m...

Why and How Did Tik Tok Absolutely Take Over Quarantine?

Why and How Did Tik Tok Absolutely Take Over Quarantine?

Tatiana Joseph-Saunders, Culture Reporter

September 2, 2020

Ask anyone on campus, in your family, or even look at the news- Tik Tok is everywhere.    The app is easily considered viral and commonly regarded as the trendiest social platform at the moment. I thought that it would be interesting to break down why I think Tik Tok and the recent quaran...

Be Your Own Barista

Be Your Own Barista

Alexis Hampton, Managing Editor

September 1, 2020

If you’ve fallen prey to Starbucks as many people have, then quarantine was probably a nightmare for you. When Starbucks closed due to COVID, so many of us were deprived of our sweet caffeine fix and went through withdrawals. No? Just me? Anyway…   Even after quarantine has ended and outside ...

The Blue Mile Musts: You need to visit these local businesses before graduating

The Blue Mile Musts: You need to visit these local businesses before graduating

Noelle Walker, Miscellany Editor-in-Chief

August 31, 2020

“The ‘Blue Mile’ is the struggling one mile stretch of US Highway 301 South (South Main Street) bridging historic downtown Statesboro to the thriving campus of Georgia Southern University,” according to Statesboro Blue Mile.    Located on the Blue Mile are iconic and local Statesboro b...

Misconceptions About College Majors

Misconceptions About College Majors

Tatiana Joseph-Saunders

August 28, 2020

Entering a new school year can be intimidating. When that school is a college, that’s a whole other level. Whether it’s the campus adjustment, the idea of making new friends or just taking higher-level classes, there is a lot to think about when you first start here at Georgia Southern University....

Student Resources on Campus

Student Resources on Campus

Olivia Craft

August 27, 2020

Georgia Southern University offers many helpful resources to students throughout their time here. The following is a list of free resources offered on campus and how to go about taking advantage of them.    Writing Center At the Writing Center, there are other students who are there to help you with any kind of p...

Letter from the Editor: Looking Forward

Letter from the Editor: Looking Forward

Jenna Wiley, Editor-in-Chief

August 26, 2020

Welcome back, Eagle Nation!    It’s been a long time since anyone has been on campus, and it feels great to be back.  During these unprecedented times, Reflector Magazine will continue to provide the community with news, feature stories and everything in between.  I am proud to an...

Album Review: Taylor Swift’s “folklore”

Album Review: Taylor Swift's

Noelle Walker, Miscellany Editor-in-Chief

August 25, 2020

  On July 24, 2020, Taylor Swift surprised fans everywhere with the release of her brand new album titled “folklore.” She released the news on an Instagram post, saying “Most of the things I had planned this summer didn’t end up happening, but there is something I hadn’t planned ...

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