Document Type

Newspaper

Abstract

  • Professors Kansas City Bound; Edge Stetson for NAIA Title
  • Tyson, Council Plan For NAIA Broadcast
  • First Student Outdoor Art Exhibit To Present Works of Art Majors
  • Music Festival Opens Today On G.T.C. Campus; 22 Bands Here
  • Michel Visits Phi Mu Alpha
  • Chicago Opera Ballet
  • Congratulations, Team
  • Students Respond
  • Movies Better Than Ever
  • MyStay in the Hospital; I Gave the Staff Fits
  • Editor's Desk
  • Eligible for the Draft? Get Student Deferment
  • Editor Leaves Behind Three Fruitful Year
  • Campus Column
  • Fayssoux Leaves The George-Anne; Marks an Era of Newspaper Work
  • Hodges to Head George-Anne; Assisted by Durrence, Manry
  • This Week's Bookniks
  • Bowen in Speaker for Religious Emphasis Week on March 24-28
  • Al's Corner
  • Kelly, Knowlton Submit Paper to National Archeological Group
  • Clements Faces A Tough Season
  • Professors Capture NAIA Title; Verstraete Paces 67-63 Victory
  • Vet's Corner
  • Social Scientists Visit Institution
  • Spice, Complications Make Surprise Ending
  • Music Potpourri
  • Longfellow Engraving Presented To College

Publication Date

3-7-1958

Publisher

Georgia Southern University, Student Media

Keywords

Georgia Teachers College, Collegeboro, The George-Anne, Newspaper, Student Media, Georgia Southern University, Ralph K. Tyson, Everett Williams, Gernant, Phi Mu Alpha, Statesboro Community Concert Association, Chicago Opera Ballet, McCroan Auditorium, Britt Fayssoux, Joyce K. Hodges, Bowen, National Archeological Group, Larry Hyde, En Melodie, Sigma Alpha Iota, DeLoach

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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