Document Type

Newspaper

Abstract

  • Cuts in courses cause concern
  • Clotheslines support more than students’ laundry during SAAW
  • Large scale... large feel?
  • Talk about a horror film ...
  • The George-Anne needs you!
  • You can make a difference
  • Weekly Buzz
  • Film makers... start shooting
  • Student opportunities come in a TRIO
  • Olympic torch symbolizes ‘Freedom’
  • Dream of The Clubhouse moves closer to fruition
  • Weekend Wrap
  • The Road to Graduation
  • Not your average Shakespeare
  • Classifieds
  • Tech sweeps Eagles in two
  • Softball splits

Publication Date

2-25-2010

Keywords

Georgia Southern University, The George-Anne, Student Media, Newspaper, Student Government Association, The Clubhouse, Course offerings, Darin Van Tassell, Clothesline project, Sexual Assault Awareness Week, upper level courses, student enrollment, President Obama, Health care package, George-Anne newspaper, “Protest Upper Division Cuts at Georgia Southern University”, Statesboro Film Festival, National TRIO Day, Upward Bound, Talent Search, Student Support, Ronald E. McNair program, Crystal Hardy, Olympic torch, Freedom eagle, Hackers Golf Park, The Brantley Gilbert Band, Eagle Expo, Career Fair, “Dining for Success”, Graduation, “Take Back the Night March”, “The Curate Shakespeare As You Like It”, Don Nigro, Dan Ahdoot, Georgia Southern baseball, Georgia Tech Yellow Jackets, Georgia Southern softball, Georgia State Panthers

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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