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... Continue Reading →

Students sound off on commencement changes

Lila Miller, A&E Editor "Now I get to say I went to Armstrong.” - Jason Albritton After being confronted with overwhelmingly negative feedback over the new arrangement of the Armstrong and Statesboro campus commencement ceremonies last spring, GSU has announced a new initiative for the future. Graduating students will now be able to choose between attending the... Continue Reading →

Spring Commencement Survey Responses Come Back Negative

Madison Watkins, Editor-in-Chief This past January, Georgia Southern announced changes would be made for the spring commencement ceremonies. Students would walk at a ceremony where their college was based the Friday and Saturday of graduation weekend, and a campus-wide commencement ceremony would take place on Saturday at Paulson Stadium in Statesboro. This decision was met... Continue Reading →

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