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This Month in History: Women’s Edition

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 th...

The Magic of Godspell

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 “Godsp...

Taylor Swift: Lover track list and album review

Savannah Johnson

September 12, 2019

On August 22, 2019, pop princess Taylor Swift graced our ears with her seventh studio album entitled “Lover”. In its first week, it made up 27 percent of all album sales, according to Keith Caulfield in the article “ Ta...

Fox & Fig: How Savannah’s only fully-vegan restaurant found its niche

Elizabeth Gross

May 1, 2019

Clay Ehmke, the co-owner, can be seen working in the kitchen through a small window to the back of the Savannah-based restaurant on the corner of Habersham Street, just some feet away from Troup Square park. Potted plants can...

Dunkin’ Donuts or Krispy Kreme: Which is Georgia Southern’s favorite?

Akaria Stewart

April 18, 2019

Dunkin’ Donuts and Krispy Kreme are two of America’s favorite doughnut shops. From glazed to sprinkled and everything in between, both restaurants have something for every sweet tooth and coffee addict. But which is better...

The Disputable Respectability of Sir and Ma’am

Brett Daniel

January 30, 2019

“Will you please set the table?”“Yes.”“Yes, what?”“Yes, ma’am.”If you live in the South, you’ve probably experienced a similar exchange. As a Southerner myself, I vividly remember my mom and dad scolding me for no...

6 family members you’ll see at Thanksgiving

Alexi Simpson

November 20, 2018

Thanksgiving is the time of year where people gather around to eat great food, say what they are thankful for and, for some, it’s the one time of the year where they get to see their family. No one’s family is exactly the ...

Unique Thanksgiving Traditions You’ll Wish You Thought Of

Christina McKinley

November 12, 2018

Turkey, dinner and pilgrims. That’s usually what we think of when we think about Thanksgiving. It’s a holiday where we get together with family and friends and eat a lot of food. It has become a grand tradition in the Unit...

Pinterest Challenge: Easter Edition

Brooke Thompson Reflector

March 30, 2018

Easter is almost here once again, and so I was challenged to find an Easter dish on Pinterest and try my hand at it. I will go ahead and give you a spoiler alert; it was not a fail! My friend, Lizzi, and I put our own spin on...

From Thailand to New York to Statesboro: Kamolwan Kawpunna’s Journey

Noelle Walker

February 26, 2018

Kamolwan Kawpunna, also known as Amy, is the owner and head chef of Coconut Thai Cuisine.Kawpunna was born in Pattani, Thailand. After graduating high school, she moved to Bangkok, Thailand and got a B.A. in pharmacies. She then ...

The Perfect Restaurant for Your Perfect Valentine’s Day (Statesboro Edition)

Noelle Walker

February 5, 2018

With Valentine’s Day coming up, it can be stressful finding the perfect place to take your date. Fortunately for you, Statesboro is filled with many wonderful restaurant options. From thai-food to seafood, this list will be sure ...

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