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  • VALUES become GSU's key focus this week
  • Williams Center's distinguishing feature disappears
  • Students participate in governor's debate
  • New route results in mixed reactions
  • VALUES in everyday life
  • Fool me once, shame on you, but fool me again?
  • Democrats have 'no excuse' for ending session early
  • Letters to the editor
  • Don't be so quick to judge
  • Police Beat
  • Health Services offers free STD testing
  • HPV vaccine clinics to be held on campus
  • Southern Sprint for Wellness 5K
  • Give blood, Win Plane Tickets!
  • The Eagle Expo & Education Career Fair
  • Dining for Success Program
  • Statesboro City Council refuses to talk after resignation of city manager
  • Think you're depressed? Find out Thursday
  • Fallin is back on the field
  • The Buzz List
  • Classifieds
  • Lefty comes right back to the 'Boro
  • State of GSU volleyball

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Georgia Southern University, The George-Anne, Newspaper, Student Media, VALUES Week, Williams Center, gubernatorial debate, Student Government Association, Alton Standifer, engineering school, bus system, gold route, blue route, tax cuts, democrats, Letters to the editor, Police Beat, Health Services, STD testing, “Get Yourself Tested”, HPV, human papillomavirus, cervical cancer, Southern Sprint for Wellness 5K, Men’s Table Tennis, Zachary Kent, Cody Keel, Zackery Byrd, Career Services, Eagle Expo and Education Career Fair, interview wear, Dining for Success, Lydia Ramsey, Patrick Combs, “Major in Success”, Statesboro City Coincil, Shane Haynes, National Depression Screening Day, “Unmasking Depression”, Matt Fallin, Southern Pride Marching Band, Lefty Williams, Georgia Southern volleyball, Roy Barnes, Luke Bryan


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