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  • City council moves closer to redistricting
  • Student loan offers alternative funding
  • University Police receives grant
  • GSU names an eco-friendly campus
  • Stand up, be a voice for GSU
  • Our view of football stands
  • No choices leads to re-election
  • SGA, not The George-Anne, responsible for undermining organization
  • Football program still inspiring to fans
  • Incoming students take part in SOAR activities
  • GSU receives $385,000 grant
  • FM Magazine brings style closer to students
  • Those Cats give a funky fresh feeling to GSU students
  • ‘Green Lantern’ is a great green failure
  • Weekend Wrap
  • Eagle Entertainment christens the new Williams Center
  • Classifieds
  • Puzzles/Comics
  • Georgia Southern moves up to Division 1-A?

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Georgia Southern University, Student Media


Georgia Southern University, The George-Anne, Newspaper, Student Media, Statesboro City Council, district map, Student Access Loan Program, HOPE Scholarship, Department of Public Safety, traffic enforcement, officer safety, Governor’s Office of Highway Safety, grant money, eco-friendly campus, “The Princeton Review’s guide to 311 Green Colleges”, sustainability, Sunday alcohol sale, “Football, no longer an inspiration”, Georgia Southern University football, football program, GOP debate, 2012 presidential race, President Obama, Student Government Association, SGA election, Alton Standifer, SOAR activities, “First Night Out”, Eagle Incentive Program, National Institutes of Health, concussion research, Thomas Buckley, Fashion Menagerie Magazine, student fashion publication, fashion organization, Those Cats, “Green Lantern”, Eagle Entertainment, Williams Center, LinkedIn, resume blunders, Division 1-A conference, Intramural Sand Volleyball, Intro to Belaying Clinic


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