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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

Orange Cat Behavior – Is It Real?

Anna Beck, Managing Editor March 23, 2023

orange cat behavior shit only orange cats do because they are literally an insane breed I’ve grown up around cats my entire life, mostly siamese. I had never interacted with an orange cat until I...

Sexual Assault Awareness Week Arrives On Both Campuses - Heres what you need to know

Sexual Assault Awareness Week Arrives On Both Campuses – Here’s what you need to know

Anna Claire Edenfield, Reflector, Managing Editor February 21, 2023

This week on Armstrong and Statesboro campuses, GS is participating in the annual program, Sexual Assault Awareness Week. After talking with the sexual assault response team (SART) co-chair Dr. Jacquelyn...

Ranked: Russell Stover’s Valentines Chocolate

Ranked: Russell Stover’s Valentines Chocolate

Anna Beck, Managing editor, The reflector February 15, 2023

There are 11 different chocolates in the standard Russell Stover box.  Some are delicious and wonderful, some are difficult to tell what they are, and some are just downright bad.  Here’s a ranking...

Simple Statesboro Date Night Destinations

Anna Claire Edenfield, Managing Editor, The reflector February 14, 2023

Valentine’s Day is here, so here’s a quick guide to some fun date night spots in the Boro.   Sweetheart Circle Picnic Grab a picnic blanket, your favorite snacks, a card game, and a...

Send these to your Valentine!

Anna Beck, Managing Editor, The reflector February 14, 2023

Not sure how to ask that special someone to be your valentine?  Don’t worry, we’ve got you covered! For The Cowboy/Cowgirl For The Science Lover For The Rapper For The History Buff For...

Club Spotlight: Women in Technology

Club Spotlight: Women in Technology

Anna Beck, Managing Editor, Reflector February 9, 2023

Women in Technology is a non-profit organization focused on empowering girls and women to excel in science, technology, engineering, the arts, and math.   WIT Campus at Georgia Southern builds...

Your Horoscope for February

February 8, 2023

With Aquarius Season on the horizon, many signs will experience a release and refresh to begin something new. Get ready to break patterns, let go of bad habits, and get out there! Lots of planetary movements...

That ‘90s Show ‘70s Counterparts

That ‘90s Show ‘70s Counterparts

Anna Beck, Reflector, Managing Editor February 6, 2023

That ‘90s Show The show follows Leia Forman (Eric and Donna’s daughter) as she spends the summer in Point Place with her grandparents and forms a group of friends very similar to the ones her parents...

Department of English hopes to boost student morale by hosting slogan contest

Anna Claire Edenfield, Reflector, Managing Editor February 3, 2023

The newly formed Department of English is accepting student submissions for a slogan contest.    Submit a two to six-word slogan that captures the spirit of writing, reading, linguistics, and...

Club Spotlight: Fashion Menagerie

Anna Claire Edenfield, Reflector, Managing Editor February 1, 2023

What is Fashion Menagerie Club?   Fashion Menagerie Club is a club associated with Georgia Southern’s Fashion Merchandising and Design program and aims to be a safe space with different activities...

Are Straight brows the thin brows of the 20s?

Are Straight brows the “thin” brows of the 20’s?

Mckenzie Kerrigan, Reflector, Editor-in-Cheif January 31, 2023

We have seen brows feathered, bleached, shaven, and now straight. What are straight brows? Straight brows are the newest trend seen in influencers where the tail of your brow, or more specifically...

Do Students Know What They Are Doing After College?

Do Students Know What They Are Doing After College?

Anna Beck, Reflector, Managing Editor January 26, 2023

Life After Graduation The point of college is to prepare you for the workforce and life in the “real world”. Students are expected to know what exactly they want to do in that “real world”, but...

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