Georgia Southern under fire for diversity crisis

Georgia Southern under fire for diversity crisis

Book-burning controversy highlights racial split in student satisfaction, culture clash between Armstrong and Statesboro
ON OCT. 9, author Jennine Capó Crucet came to Georgia Southern’s Statesboro campus to read from her new book, "Make Your Home Among Strangers."  The award-winning novel, which Georgia Southern selected for its First Year Excellence reading, is a collection of essays about Crucet’s experience as a Hispanic woman in America.

GSBA vs. local schools on employee CBD policy

On Thursday, June 27, the GSBA sent out their monthly policy update, which focused on school employee tobacco use policies

The mural of the story

Starland Mural Project set to kick off this fall
Over the course of eight weeks, eight artists will create eight murals on the walls of the old Starland Dairy

‘Rock bottom is death’: One woman’s fight against the opioid epidemic

After losing her son to addiction, Lesli Messinger vows to keep up the struggle
WHEN Lesli Messinger first held her baby boy on February 26, 1981, she remembers thinking he had large hands. And Austin Nicholas grew into those hands, to be a fine man, standing 6 feet, 3 inches tall.

Shelter of last resort: The Civic Center and Hurricane Dorian

Just like every other hurricane, there will be a lot of Monday morning quarterbacking. But the people that I met at the Civic Center on Wednesday evening were grateful to have the soon-to-be demolished roof of the MLK Arena over their heads.

Civvies: A space for all

Shop cool finds in a space where you can be yourself
Recently, Civvies removed gender designation from their racks, instead sorting their clothing by type

‘Rightfully Hers’ panel examines issues ahead of Georgia legislative session

The LWVCGA celebrates 100 years next year and is a nonpartisan organization open to both men and women of any political affiliation

Armstrong’s Feminists United begin period pantry

'Feminism is not just about learning and educating—it’s the practice, it’s the action'

Savannah Tech: Playing with the big boys

Technical college moves far beyond ‘trade school’ label
Savannah Technical College prepares its students for real jobs in the real world, often at a small fraction of the cost of the flagship institutions

SCAD Back40: A honey of a garden project

It’s a spot that inspires appreciation of natural beauty, moving SCAD’s students from behind computers into the outdoor world

Homilies for the homeless

The Community of St. Joseph 
The praise band is mostly made up of members who reside in the encampments, but some other musical talent joins in too


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