Alumni Art Exhibition

Rebecca Munday, Staff Writer If you want to see what Armstrong arts alumni have been up to since their graduation, visit the alumni exhibition in the Fine Arts Gallery in the Fine Arts Hall.  The Statesboro campus has hosted an event like this for many years but it is a first for the Armstrong campus.  […]

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Inclusive Excellence Report Exposes Low Marks On All Three Campuses

Madison Watkins, Editor-in-Chief To say Georgia Southern has been going through growing pains post-consolidation is putting it lightly. From the low-enrollment, particularly on this campus, low morale, commencement issues and negativity towards how administration handles diversity flashpoints, the university has been through a lot the past year.  After the fallout of the “trigger-ish” incident, administration reached […]

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Students Give Thoughts on Hurrication

Rachel Hammond, Staff Writer Hurricane Dorian was predicted to hit Savannah last week on Sept. 4. As many already know, Savannah was placed under mandatory evacuation by Governor Kemp. Residence halls were shut down on the Armstrong campus. Students were advised to return to their hometowns, otherwise transport to Statesboro campus would be  provided. While […]

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Hurricane Dorian Approaching

By Rebecca Munday and Jason Chapman, Staff Writers Hurricane Dorian is approaching Florida’s Atlantic Coast. Governor Kemp has placed Chatham, and many other counties under a state of emergency.  This threat of natural disaster is the first the southeastern United States has seen this year.  According to the Weather Prediction Center as of 4:25 p.m. […]

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