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By Rebecca Munday, Editor Register now for the virtual STEM Career Fair on Sept. 30. The career fair will feature 60 businesses and companies scouting for new employees. Students who are interested can register for the event through their Handshake account in their MyGeorgiaSouthern Portal. Once a student is in their Handshake account, they will... Continue Reading →
By Rebecca Munday, Editor The fire department could not find the reason the fire alarm sounded in Windward Commons on Sunday forcing residents to evacuate immediately. The fire department was also unable to turn the fire alarm off. University Housing contacted the fire alarm maintenance company, who tended to the faulty alarm on Sunday. While... Continue Reading →
By Rebecca Munday, Editor Georgia Southern University released updated COVID-19 case numbers on Monday, Sept. 14. GSU has seen a significant drop in confirmed and self-reported cases. Most of the cases reported remain in the student population on the Statesboro campus. This week, the university reported more than 100 fewer confirmed cases than it did... Continue Reading →
By Rebecca Munday, Editor In honor of World Suicide Prevention Day, GSU Armstrong Catholic Eagles held a mass in the Student Union on Thursday, Sept. 10, at noon to pray for suicide prevention, as well as for the individuals who had lost their lives to suicide. The mass was led by Father Patrick May-Chaplin. Campus... Continue Reading →
By Rebecca Munday, Editor Recruitment for Panhellenic Chapters of Greek life on the Armstrong campus starts today with orientation starting tonight. Lily Donohue, a sophomore in the psychology program, tabled outside the Galley today waiting for new recruits to pick up their t-shirts, which would have been worn on orientation night if it had been... Continue Reading →