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

The student led, student read news organization at Georgia Southern University

The George-Anne Media Group

How to Layer for Fall

Mckenzie Kerrigan, Editor-In-Chief November 14, 2022

  Layering is essential in the fall, as the temperature drops student begin to replace the standard oversized shirts and shorts for something more warmly. While sweatpants and a hoodie always get...

Podcasts Recommendations

Anna Beck, Managing Editor November 8, 2022

Podcasts > Music I listen to music all the time. Literally all the time. When I’m cooking, driving, showering, doing homework, playing The Sims 4, etc.  Every day I go on a “Hot Girl Walk”,...

Adventures in Dog-sitting: A Real Life Marley and Me

Adventures in Dog-sitting: A Real Life Marley and Me

Hayden Reeves, Staff Member November 7, 2022

This past Friday I had the privilege to babysit “The Reflector” Editor-in-Chief McKenzie Kerrigan’s wild dog. Bruno, the puppy in question, is one of the most interesting and rambunctious dogs...

FASFA: The Struggle is Real

Hayden Reeves November 5, 2022

You’ve been holding it off for weeks. You’ve seen the yard signs about it around campus. The dreaded FAFSA, or Free Application for Federal Student Aid, the epitome of many student’s demises. Sweating...

Easy ways to go green

Easy ways to go green

Sandra Sanders, Lifestyle Editor November 3, 2022

Changing the world is a hard thing to do. Helping out the planet is not. Here are some easy ways to go green on and off campus:   Compost at home: Composting is the act of recycling certain...

Why YOU should go abroad for grad school

Why YOU should go abroad for grad school

Sandra Sanders, Lifestyle Editor November 1, 2022

Like many other things, the pandemic had a huge impact on college experiences that students expect to have. Besides taking classes online, not being able to socialize or enjoy campus, and worrying about...

OPINION: Reflector Reviews: Halloween Ends

John Caesar, Culture Reporter October 28, 2022

  For those wishing to see Laurie Strode's and Micheal Meyers's exciting conclusion, you may be happy to hear that Halloween Ends delivers. But you may also be disheartened to discover that it's...

Do Students Understand Consent?

Mckenzie Kerrigan, Editor-in-Chief, Reflector October 27, 2022

Consent can have a spectrum of answers, it isn’t always “yes” or “no”. We asked students to define the word consent and interviewed Mia Schachter, a consent educator and Intimacy Coordinator...

Is That Light Flickering Casper or Just Your Imagination?

Hayden Reeves, Staff member October 26, 2022

Imagine this: You just finished watching the scariest movie of your life, huddled on your living room couch with blankets scattered about. Your heart is racing as the screen turns black and the credits...

Events Coming the End of October

Hayden Reeves, Reporter October 25, 2022

A Halloween-themed silent headphone party, a Miss Georgia Southern info session, a Tis The Season wreath-making event, and much more happening on campus soon!   Ny’Ryah Solomon, a representative...

Take a Walk in Statesboros Haunted Forest

Take a Walk in Statesboro’s Haunted Forest

John Caesar, Culture reporter October 25, 2022

The Boys and Girls Club hosts another annual night of scares with the Haunted Forest. This year, the forest will be located on Kiwanis fairgrounds to offer a lot more room for parking as well as a whole...

Halloween DON’TS Costume Edition

Anna Beck, Managing Editor, Reflector October 25, 2022

Halloween is just around the corner, and it is time for everyone to be finalizing their costumes or last-minute scrambling for something to wear. Here are some things you should steer clear of: Anything...

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