Statement from SGA EVP Spencer Demink

Here is a statement from SGA Executive Vice President Spencer Demink on the Book Burning Incident in Statesboro.   “What happened last Wednesday in Statesboro would by some, only be described as students exercising their first amendment rights. Although this is true, I would better describe it as racist behavior and should be treated as […]

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National Coming Out Day Celebration

Rebecca Munday, Staff Writer When asked why the National Coming Out Day Celebration was important to her, Lydia Boone, a senior and diversity peer educator, said, “National Coming Out Day here on the Armstrong campus gives students a message that they are loved, supported and accepted, regardless of sexual orientation or preference.” The Office of […]

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GSU Hosts Mayoral Forum

Jason Chapman, Staff Writer The first part of the Savannah Mayoral forums began on Oct. 10 in the Armstrong Center with a crowd of about 100 people. Four candidates were presented to the audience: Regina Thomas, Incumbent Mayor Eddie DeLoach, District 1 Alderman Van Johnson and Louis E. Wilson. Local WSAV news anchor Tina Tyus […]

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Don’t Play The Blame Game

Jason Chapman, Staff Writer Beat the Blame Game, an event hosted by Health Services was held in the Ogeechee Theater on Oct. 10. The event focused on the problem of victim blaming or the act of blaming the victim for a crime or any wrongful act that happens to them.  Beat the Blame Game focused […]

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