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  • Practice Teachers Are Here For Evaluation
  • Bell Ringers Featured At Christmas Formal
  • Morgan and Watson to Edit Student Paper Next Quarter
  • Long, Short Summer Sessions Inaugurated for '57 Schedule
  • Scholarships Are Available To Seniors That Qualify
  • Student Council Undertakes Work on Numerous Problems
  • I.R.C. Sponsors Music Sessions To Study Slavs
  • College 'Kids; Misbehave...
  • Hyde and Seek...
  • Little Smokey Sez:
  • Cooperation is the Key...
  • You Pay for Bottles
  • Inquiring Reporter
  • Phi Beta Lambda Holds Meeting
  • Students Cram For Exams As Quarter Draws to Close
  • Rushing Wins District Essay For F.F.A. Prize
  • Superior Students Create Difficulty Selecting Career
  • Fall Intramural Close, Eagles, Toppers Victors
  • Coach Thinks Chester Curry Looks Promising
  • Profs Return From Road Victorious Over Wofford
  • Basketball Reigns as King On Campus Winter Quarter
  • Industrial Arts Club Turns Out Toys for Needy Children
  • Up to Date
  • College Buys Trash Holders
  • Tops In Pops
  • In All These Ways We Wish You MERRY CHRISTMAS
  • B.S.U. Students To Attend Meet In Tennessee
  • Campus Column
  • Drama Students To Be Initiated Here Tomorrow
  • Duncan, Watson Attend Confab
  • Bell Ringers Are Featured

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Georgia Southern University, Student Media


Georgia Teachers College, Collegeboro, The George-Anne, Newspaper, Student Media, Georgia Southern University, Jennie Fay Morgan, Cathedral of Saint Philip, Canon Fred Eckle, Betty Watson, Student Council, International Relations Club, Coke, Phi Beta Lambda, Charles Rushing, Marvin Pittman High School, Chester Curry, Industrial Arts Club, Southern Baptist Students World Missions Congress, Helen Duncan


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