Document Type

Newspaper

Abstract

  • Commencement speakers named
  • Police Beat
  • Provost must be an advocate for students
  • Masculine men wanted in America
  • 'The Donald' in on those Republican heels
  • Objective governments are not for bidding
  • Councilman to students: You have an impact
  • Fire safety assistant named Student Employee of the Year
  • Farmers market visits GSU
  • Roscoe Dash comes to Georgia Southern
  • Classifieds
  • Civil War enactment takes of Sweetheart Circle
  • Local filmmakers take their opportunity to shine next week
  • Eagles take revenge on Dolphins with 20-7 win
  • Blue-White Game set for Friday
  • All-Girl Cheer squad wins National Championship

Publication Date

4-14-2011

Keywords

Georgia Southern University, The George-Anne, Newspaper, Student Media, 2011 commencement ceremony, Dan T. Cathy, Chick-fil-A president, Chris Clark, Georgia Chamber of Commerce, tennis courts, vandalism, “Acid”, “LSD”, Eurasian Eagle Owl, No Impact Week, Police Beat, Provost and Vice President for Academic Affairs, Ted Moore, Veazey Hall, masculine men, Hollywood actors, American men, Donald Trump, Republicans, President Obama, 2012 presidential election, Glenn Richardson, Beth Merkleson, ethical laws, Jim Galloway, John Riggs, student voters, City Council, alcohol laws, Jeramy Smith, Employee of the Year, fire safety assistant, Famers Market, Roscoe Dash, Civil War encampment, Civil War Heritage Day, 2011 Statesboro Film Festival, Georgia Southern University baseball, Jacksonville Dolphins, Blue-White Game, All-Girl Cheerleading squad, 2011 National Cheerleaders Association, National Dance Alliance Collegiate Cheer and Dance Championship, NCA, NDA, Strongest Eagle Competition

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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