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Tatianna Joseph-Saunders

April 6, 2020

Bernice Banks was one of the first Black graduates of Georgia Southern College. She attended the college ten years after integration and received a Bachelor of Business Administration.As a proud member of the Georgia Southern College class of 1997, Bernice Banks has always held a special place in her...

Conan Gray's "Kid Krow" Soars Above Expectations

Analyzing the Sun Belt clincher

Aubrey Brumblow

April 3, 2020

Conan Gray just released his debut studio album “Kid Krow” on March 20, 2020, which has already reached number five on the Billboard 200. Perfect timing to help us all combat quarantine fatigue, right?  If you don’t know who Conan Gray is, you will probably find out pretty soon as he’s gai...

Bachelor Recap: Season 24 Finale

Bachelor Recap: Season 24 Finale

Savannah King

April 2, 2020

Madison and Hannah Ann are the only two women left standing fighting for Peter’s heart. In this episode, the two women met Peter’s family, both wanting to leave a good long-lasting relationship.First up to meet the parents was Hannah Ann.Hannah Ann Meets the WebersAll Hannah Ann wants to do is j...

How Local Statesboro Businesses Are Dealing with the Effects of COVID-19

World News Briefs

Savannah King

April 2, 2020

The doors to your favorite restaurant or favorite store may be locked, but that doesn’t mean they’re closed. The local businesses in Statesboro are still open and still looking for your business.As the number of people affected by COVID-19 (coronavirus disease) increases across the nation, the cit...

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Olivia Craft

April 1, 2020

Now that everyone is strongly encouraged to stay inside and not leave the house unless there is an emergency, it is easy to fall into a mental slump. Being required to stay at home all day encourages sleeping and eating all day long, but here are a few tips to keep you out of a rut to keep you not only m...

Georgia Southern's First 500: Phillip Tremble Shares His Story

Georgia Southern's First 500: Phillip Tremble Shares His Story

Savannah Savage-Johnson, Savannah Savage-Johnson, and Savannah Savage-Johnson

March 31, 2020

Photo credit to Georgia Southern University In 1977, Phillip Tremble became one of the first 500 African American students to attend Georgia Southern. On Tuesday, Feb. 11, Tremble told his story to a room full of students and faculty during a Talk Tuesday event, hosted by the Diversity Peer Edu...

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Savannah Savage-Johnson, Savannah Savage-Johnson, and Savannah Savage-Johnson

March 30, 2020

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Spring Reads to Melt Your Heart–and Keep You From Going Crazy During Quarantine

Spring Reads to Melt Your Heart--and Keep You From Going Crazy During Quarantine

Aubrey Brumblow

March 27, 2020

A few weeks ago, I would never have imagined typing out a title like the one you just read. But these are crazy times, so here are a few book recommendations to help give you something to do while we all wait out this crisis. You might not be able to head to your nearest bookstore, but that won’...

I slid into guys' Tinder DMs asking about the coronavirus

I slid into guys' Tinder DMs asking about the coronavirus

Noelle Walker

March 26, 2020

During this difficult time, it's important to maintain social distancing, even when it comes to dating. Despite this, dating apps like Tinder are still–and perhaps even more–active. Some men even tried to use the situation to their advantage through their bios, pickup lines and conversation starte...

Date Ideas While Social Distancing

Date Ideas While Social Distancing

Noelle Walker

March 25, 2020

Dating in itself can be hard. But when a disease sweeps across the globe, making it a national pandemic? Even harder. That doesn’t mean it’s impossible, even with social distancing and quarantining. Without further ado, here are 10 date ideas you can do from the comfort of your own home. If yo...

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Savannah King

March 24, 2020

Can a woman rule? This was the question at hand in the lecture "Can a woman rule? Can a woman rule alone? The case for Elizabeth I" hosted by the GS Department of History on Thursday, March 12 in the interdisciplinary building. Carole Levin, a professor at the University of Nebraska and author of various bo...

This Month in History: Women's Edition

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Kayla Winston-Bass

March 24, 2020

Women of the past have and continue to pave the way for girls and women today. With March being Women’s History Month, what better way to honor them than with a revisit of their accomplishments? They all took place during the month of March, as early as 30 years ago to merely six years ago. Mar...

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