Georgia Southern University, My News, Historical marker, Armstrong State University, Meagan Bailie, Psychology graduate, First-generation student, Magna cum laude, Jaquez Miley, Art, Betty Foy Sanders Department of Art, A.J. Aremu, Peace Corps, Selmman Padridin, Alexis N. Washington, Apartheid, Academia, Debra Rudge, Mock trial
- Armstrong State University Historical Marker unveiling takes place Dec. 17
- Georgia Southern psychology graduate looking to make diference in children's lives
- Georgia Southern first-generation student graduates magna cum laude
- Georgia Southern graduate rediscovers passion for art in Betty Foy Sanders Department of Art
- Georgia Southern graduate dedicated to giving back, will join Peace Corps in May
- Georgia Southern student overcomes hurdles to complete her degree after 21 years
- From apartheid to academia, Georgia Southern graduate student beats odds to earn degree
- Georgia Southern graduate students gain real-world experience through mock trial
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