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  • Corey Smith Returns
  • Health institute to address rural need
  • Students react to new class times
  • Student Employment Center hosts job fair
  • Take five for your feet
  • Floating on a failed standardized education
  • Davis' Bad Deal vs. Alternatives
  • TSA troubles troubling passengers
  • Travel the world, make a difference
  • University system faces more budget cuts, tuition hikes
  • Study suggests undergraduates learn less
  • Dear Dean, help me!
  • Weekend Wrap
  • Bringing country music to a new level
  • 'Cataclysm' brings a different attitude to WoW
  • Good storyline can't redeem The Cape's flaws
  • Spicy chicken mania takes over GSU; Trenta arrives
  • Classifieds
  • Eagles achieve 600th win in overtime
  • All Evening With the All-StarS

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Georgia Southern University, The George-Anne, Newspaper, Student Media, Rural Health Research Institute, public health issues, Corey Smith, new class schedule, fifteen minute breaks, Student Employment Center, job fair, standardized education, education system, Errol B. Davis, state budget, higher education, TSA, backscatter machines, International Student Volunteers, summer travel program, tuition, budget cuts, rural areas, rural health, undergraduate students, analytical skills, cognitive skills, Collegiate Learning Assessment, “World of Warcraft: Cataclysm”, “Cataclysm”, “The Cape”, Chick-fil-a, Starbucks, new menu items, spicy chicken sandwich, trenta, Georgia Southern basketball, 600th all-time win, Georgia Southern baseball, Baseball Dugout Club, An Evening with the All-Stars, Chipper Jones, Jonathan Broxton


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