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  • Sunday alcohol sales possible
  • Media moves “in-house”
  • Georgia beaches rank among cleanest in nation
  • Students react to Anthony verdict
  • Police Beat
  • Support the local economy
  • Football team should work to get sanctions lifted
  • No quality education, no future
  • Southern Pride’s new director to bring changes
  • Camp benefits students
  • Eagles salute the Fourth, from here to home
  • Weekend Wrap
  • Classifieds
  • How to Avoid 7 Common On-the-Job Mistakes
  • Puzzles/Comics
  • Weekly Buzz
  • Looking forward to 2011 fall season

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Georgia Southern University, Student Media


Georgia Southern University, The George-Anne, Newspaper, Student Media, Sunday alcohol sales, Statesboro City Council, “in-house”, sports broadcasts, Mill Creek fireworks, Georgia Eagle Media, Georgia beaches, clean beaches, NRDC, Casey Anthony, Police Beat, Statesboro restaurants, local economy, Georgia Southern University football, NCAA, Atlanta schools, CRCT, Georgia Department of Education, marching band, Collin McKenzie, Eagle Camp, Mill Creek Regional Park, Fourth of July celebration, job mistakes, 2011 fall season, Southern Conference Champions, athletes, men’s soccer program, University of North Carolina at Greensboro, Furman University, women’s soccer program, Georgia Southern University volleyball team, SoCon champs


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