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Bachelor Recap: Season 24, Ep. 9

Bachelor Recap: Season 24, Ep. 9

Savannah King

March 2, 2020

It’s Fantasy Suite week!!!!It’s down to the final three girls on “The Bachelor,” which means it’s Fantasy Suite week. Each girl will finally get some real one-on-one time Peter, but there’s still drama brewing! So let’s get to it!This episode picks up where the last one left off, with Madi...

Savannah List of the Top 5 Things to do On Campus

Savannah List of the Top 5 Things to do On Campus

Savannah King

March 2, 2020

A lot of exciting things happening on campus! Here are five you should check out!Baseball: Georgia Southern v.s. Radford UniversityJ.I. Clements Stadium (Statesboro Campus)Monday. March 1, 1:00 p.m.Come out and cheer on the Eagles as they wrap up their series with Radford in game three!Statesboro Science on TapEagl...

"To All the Boys: P.S. I Still Love You" Review

"To All the Boys: P.S. I Still Love You" Review

Kayla Winston-Bass

March 2, 2020

Image credit to Netflix Warning: contains spoilers On February 12th, 2020, Netflix announced: “To All the Boys: P.S. I Still Love You.” The release generated lots of buzz, but some fans weren’t too happy with the second edition. Let’s recap, summarize and then reflect on the good, the bad a...

Saplings Come to Sweetheart Circle for Arbor Day

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Listeria contamination in various food products has led to several recalls. Sabra Dipping Co. is recalling 30,000 cases of hummus due to possible contamination.

http://www.cnn.com/2015/04/09/us/sabra-hummus-recall/index.html

Kentucky Sen. Rand Paul has only attended five out of 73 hearings since last January. After making a statement about his desire to ensure border security, Paul has missed four different hearings related to border security this month.

http://www.buzzfeed.com/andrewkaczynski/rand-paul-has-skipped-most-homeland-security-hearings-since#.sjpoXGbMV

LinkedIn looks to become more than an online resume platform after acquiring a leading e-learning service, Lynda.com, for $1.5 billion in cash and stock.

http://www.buzzfeed.com/mollyhensleyclancy/linkedin-makes-a-big-bet-on-higher-education#.nuyzwgjZO

Thirty fraternities have been shut down in the past month after university and national headquarters developed a zero tolerance policy for misbehavior.

http://www.huffingtonpost.com/2015/04/07/frats-shut-down-hazing_n_7001492.html?utm_hp_ref=college

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Devon Williams

February 28, 2020

Sweetheart Circle gained over a handful of saplings thanks to the planting efforts of the Center for Sustainability and many volunteers on Feb 21. Dozens of students and staff from the school’s conservation and sustainability department participated in the event. The event opened with a speech give...

Some of the Most Influential African American Men and Women of the Last Decade

Some of the Most Influential African American Men and Women of the Last Decade

Kayla Winston-Bass

February 28, 2020

Black History Month is now upon us. There are many well-known inspirations such as Martin Luther King Jr. and Rosa Parks, but there are also plenty of modern-day activists that you may or may not have heard of. As we come into a new age, the range of influential African Americans has grown. From pol...

Club Spotlight: Men of Vision and Excellence

Club Spotlight: Men of Vision and Excellence

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

February 27, 2020

Pictured (from left to right): Ricky Perkins, Armstrong Campus Member; Dante Marion, Armstrong Campus Member; Zion Dancer, Statesboro Campus Secretary; Anthony Bibbinbs, III, Statesboro Campus Executive Director; Kennijah Martin, Statesboro Campus Scholarship Committee Chairman; Nicolas Burke, Statesboro ...

The Magic of Godspell

The Magic of Godspell

Aubrey Brumblow

February 26, 2020

Georgia Southern University's Theatre and Performance program will perform Broadway musical "Godspell" at the Performing Arts Center (PAC) on the Statesboro campus from Feb. 27 to March 1. Lisa L. Abbott, professor in theater at GS and the director of "Godspell," said the original plan was to pe...

Student Spotlight: Marci Delcampo

Student Spotlight: Marci Delcampo

Nathan Luft

February 25, 2020

Marcelene (Marci) Delcampo, junior writing & linguistics and Spanish double major, said that she strives to use her writing as a creative voice for the Latinx experience at Georgia Southern.Delcampo particularly expressed an affinity for writing about discrimination against the African-American and Latinx p...

Bachelor Recap: Season 24, Ep. 8

Bachelor Recap: Season 24, Ep. 8

Jenna Wiley

February 25, 2020

It’s finally time for hometown dates!! This long awaited episode rivals the Final Rose Ceremony episode in anticipation.We get to see if the girls families approve of Peter’s relationship with them and how they react to seeing their family for the first timeHannah AnnHannah Ann got the first homet...

Savannah List: Top 5 Things To Do On Campus This Week

Savannah List: Top 5 Things To Do On Campus This Week

Savannah King

February 24, 2020

There are a lot of interesting and cool things to do on campus this week. Here are some events you should check out!Dr. Bernadette Barton Presents her latest bookInterdisciplinary Academic Building, 1020Monday, February 24 at 6:30 p.m.Dr. Bernadette Barton presents her latest book, “Pray the Gay Away:...

Club Spotlight: Society for Human Resource Management

Club Spotlight: Society for Human Resource Management

Kayla Winston-Bass

February 24, 2020

The Society for Human Resource Management (SHRM) has a chapter here at Georgia Southern that helps to prepare students for the job world. SHRM is the largest organization for human resource management. It was founded in 1947 and has over 250,000 members nationwide.“Our goal is to give members valuable i...

Channel Noise XX: The Final Chapter

Channel Noise XX: The Final Chapter

Noelle Walker

February 23, 2020

“Channel Noise XX” concluded its three night concert series on Saturday. The last night of the concert featured GS alumni, GS students and two works by featured composer John Nichols III. The concert opened with Nichols III’s piece “STONES,” a composition for the disklavier and electroacou...

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