Here's the quotes we've collected over the past few weeks from students with their thoughts on the Statesboro campus book burning incident. When people act harshly like that, I just don’t think they’re acting as they should. They’re just being too rash about it and not looking at it from another person’s perspective; they’re only... Continue Reading →
Hannah Hanlon, Staff Writer Enrollment at the Armstrong campus of Georgia Southern has declined 12.3 percent from 2017 to 2018, according to the Statesboro Herald, and students on campus attribute it to limited academic offerings as well as the lack of campus life. Visitors and students alike find the Armstrong campus to be attractive in... Continue Reading →
We asked students at our table this week what'd be the first thing they'd look up if they woke up in the year 2050. Here's what they had to say.
By Mari Glover, Staff Writer The voices of 150 middle school children filled the Armstrong Fine Arts building on Oct 17. These students, along with 350 other students from 28 schools throughout Southeast Georgia, came together to make the District One Honors Choir. This event is hosted once a year by the Georgia Music Educators... Continue Reading →