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Student Government Association update: new plans for the semester

Emma Smith

September 29, 2017

Student Government Association President Dylan John began the most recent SGA meeting on Wednesday, Sept. 27 by bringing attention to the recent sexual assault case which occurred last week.Several senators had brought the issu...

Pocket Points app encourages students to use phones less in class

Emma Smith

September 27, 2017

If you have ever taken a course you just couldn’t pay attention in, which most of us more than likely have, chances are your first instinct was to take out your phone. This is very common and some professors have a specific polic...

A Song of Shattered Sands: The Bradley Beaulieu interview

Isaac Taylor

September 20, 2017

Becoming a well-known and respected author involves more than just having a love for the craft.Bradley Beaulieu, a widely recognized and respected author , shared this knowledge with writing and reading enthusiasts at Georgia Sou...

Sounds of Silence: The Secret Life of Gus

Casey Rohlen

September 18, 2017

After his last phone conference of the day, Gus stands up and straightens his papers. He nudges his Adrian Peterson bobble-head, creating the illusion of a nodding appreciation for another hard day of labor, and he sets out for...

Grammy-Winning country music band to play at the Performing Arts Center

Lindsay Futch

September 16, 2017

The Grammy-winning country music band, Shenandoah, is celebrating their 30th anniversary this year. One of the stops on their tour will be at the Performing Arts Center on Sept. 16 at 7:30 p.m.Shenandoah is famous for several...

Religious studies becomes new major at Georgia Southern

Emma Smith

September 6, 2017

In addition to the new academic buildings coming to campus soon, Georgia Southern University has also added a new major into the mix.Effective this semester, students now have the option to major in philosophy with a religious studies conc...

Artist Jeffery Moser’s Take on New Media

Dana Lark

September 5, 2017

In the current digital age, films and music have lost their physicality, explained Jeffrey Moser, assistant professor of interactive media design at West Virginia University.Moser spoke on his artistic experience with “transme...

Organization Spotlight: Southern Leaders

Lindsay Futch

August 31, 2017

With classes in full swing here at Georgia Southern, it is time to get in the groove of things and join new organizations here on campus. With over 300 organizations on our college campus, there is bound to be one that satisfie...

Behind the Flags: David Singleton’s Story

Ashley Jones and Emma Smith

August 28, 2017

To the average gameday viewer, color guard is nothing but waving flags during halftime at a home football game, but to David Singleton, senior color guard captain, color guard is much more."It's been a very great season," Sin...

How to Avoid the Post-Graduation Blues by Being Gainfully Employed

Dana Lark

August 22, 2017

“I’m in college, but I have no real interest in becoming gainfully employed after graduation,” said no one, ever.Truthfully, if you haven’t been to the Career Services office since your enrollment at GS, your actions s...

Last Minute Stress Relief Tips

Casey Rohlen

May 3, 2017

Finals. Even the word can send a college student into Vietnam flashbacks of past battles against pre-calculus: America’s public enemy number one. There’s no way around it, you bought the six-figure ticket to attend college and ...

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