Document Type

Newspaper

Abstract

  • Restaurant options to change for Statesboro
  • GSU's summer Watermelon Cutting to begin tomorrow
  • Storms provide relief for Ogeechee water levels
  • Police Beat
  • Where's the financial aid?
  • New York takes step for LGBT
  • Chief Russell aims to maintain safe campus
  • Study reveals wage gap still exists in workplace
  • Sorority hosts candlelight vigil for recent graduate
  • Changes affect aid program
  • Retriever's Idol contestants rock GSU students
  • Fireworks to add spark to students' summers
  • Coastal creatures inspire ceramic and print art
  • Weekend Wrap
  • Desiree Orlando is artist spotlight at Averitt
  • Pledger returns for an encore
  • Classifieds
  • Puzzles/Comics
  • Capko joins basketball coaching staff

Publication Date

6-30-2011

Publisher

Georgia Southern University, Student Media

Keywords

Georgia Southern University, The George-Anne, Newspaper, Student Media, Restaurant recession, Statesboro restaurants, “Watermelon Cutting”, candlelight vigil. Sha Wetherington, Ogeechee River, Police Beat, financial aid, Student Access Loan Program, New York City, LGBT community, gay marriage, Chief Russell, Public Safety, Institute for Women’s Policy Research, sex discrimination, Wal-Mart, U.S. Supreme Court, class action lawsuit, candlelight vigil, Sha Wetherington, Tuition Assistance Program, Retrievers Sports Bar & Grill, “American Idol”, Independence Day, fireworks, 2011 Firecracker Fest, “Salt Marsh Creatures, Big and Small”, Rebecca Sipper, Georgia marshlands, S.P.A.C.E. gallery, ceramics, Desiree Orlando, artist spotlight, Averitt Center, Connor Pledger, job shadowing, Georgia Southern University men’s basketball team, Chris Capko, basketball coaching staff

Copyright

For all questions related to copyright and reuse of these materials, contact the Student Media Office, Georgia Southern University, Post Office Box 8067, Statesboro, GA 30460. E-mail: gadigital@georgiasouthern.edu

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