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Chi Omega Finds a Home on Row

Tony Ortega

February 7, 2019

Photo by Alexa CurtisGeorgia Southern University’s Chi Omega sorority are well into building their new home on Greek Row and plan to be moved in on July 1st, 2019.After having to recruit out of the Sigma Chi Fraternity house t...

The Roots of Southern: Georgia Teachers College in the 1950’s

Noelle Walker

January 17, 2019

Georgia Southern University was much different back in the late 1950s. When the college first opened, it was known by a different name: Georgia Teachers College. The campus was not much bigger than sweetheart circle; the clas...

Money Struggles Among College Students

Noelle Walker

January 15, 2019

Paying for college out of pocket can seem nearly impossible for most students. This results in students being forced to take out loans, and those who are fortunate enough to receive financial aid or awarded scholarships still...

A look inside the NAACP at Georgia Southern University

Alexi Simpson

November 27, 2018

Image courtesy of naacp.orgThe National Association for the Advancement of Colored People is a prominent organization at Georgia Southern University. Their purpose is to create justice for people of color and educate and encou...

Football, Family and Faith: The Life of Chad Lunsford

Noelle Walker Reflector

November 26, 2018

Photo courtesy of Blake KesslerWhen I walked into the lobby of The Ted Smith Family Center at Paulson Stadium, one thought stood out over all the others: This is a school that’s proud of its football.The Ted Smith Family Cent...

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