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This season, fall in love with some spooky reads that are perfect for Halloween—or some more heart-warming reads as the weather finally cools down. “Ninth House” (Alex Stern #1), Leigh Bardugo Genre: Adult fantasy Publication Date: October 18th 2019 Length: 458 pages Audience: 18+ This is the adult fantasy debut from #1 New York Times […]

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Halloween is just around the corner. Since we have started our spooky season craze, here are some movies on Netflix that will help get you into that creepy, spooky vibe.  As Above so Below  This movie takes you into the heart of the catacombs under Paris streets in search of treasure. A treasure hunting archaeologist […]

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It’s a question a lot of students dread but too often are asked: What are your plans for after graduation?  Job? Gap year? Graduate school? Sometimes, it can feel like an interrogation. So, without further ado, here’s how to know if graduate school should be in your future. What is Graduate School? “It’s almost like […]

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In today’s world, internships on job applications are the same as getting a gold star in elementary school. It’s something that sets the applicant apart from the others. There are a lot of different types of internships, and here are some red flags that come along with them.  To know what internships are best for […]

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Week of Oct. 14, 2019 “The Importance of Being Earnest” and “Hay Fever”  When: October 15-30th Where: Black Box Theatre Go see these plays from two of the best writers of British comedy! They will be played in rotating repertory, alternating between the two plays every other night. For specific dates and information on tickets […]

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Images courtesy of Kelly Berry On Oct. 16, the Georgia Southern theatre department will open its doors for “Hay Fever.” This play will be performed in repertory with “The Importance of Being Earnest,” which opens on Oct. 15. The two shows will then alternate nights until “Hay Fever” hosts its last show on Oct. 26 […]

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Images courtesy of Kelly Berry. British Comedies Will Take Center Stage: Georgia Southern to Perform “The Importance of Being Earnest” Georgia Southern’s theatre department is running two plays in rotating repertory from Tuesday, October 15 to Sunday, October 27. Running in repertory means they will alternate between “Hay Fever” by Noel Coward and “The Importance […]

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Most people hear the word “minimalist” and instantly think of someone who lives in an all-white home and owns two shirts. In truth, the meaning of becoming a minimalist can be unique to each person. As Marie Kondo said, if it doesn’t spark joy in your life, you don’t need it. There are different ways […]

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Image courtesy of Morgan Carr Every year, a group of Georgia Southern students put on a production of the Rocky Horror Picture Show, and this year is no exception. This show bursts at the seams with character and covers even the most taboo topics with the brazen display that this cult classic is known for. […]

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Week of October 7, 2019 Make Your Home Among Strangers with Author Jennine Crucet When: Wednesday, October 9 at 5:30 p.m. Where: Performing Arts Center Theatre, Statesboro Award-winning Latina novelist Jennine Capó Crucet wrote a book about a daughter of Cuban immigrants who is the first to graduate school in her family. The novel is […]

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Photo taken by Ana OrtizPhoto featuring the Association of Latin American Students at the Sept. 2019 Flag Parade held at Georgia Southern. Hispanic and Latinx Heritage Month is celebrated nationally every year from September 15 to October 15. Each year Georgia Southern takes part in this by holding events across all three university campuses.  The […]

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New York Fashion Week happens every Sept. and Feb. and features fashion designers from all over the world as they come to showcase their new Fall or Spring collections.  This year’s fashion week occurred on Sept. 6 through Sept. 14. New York Fashion Week had designers from Helmut Lang, Marc Jacobs, Rebecca Minkoff, Burberry, Oscar […]

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By Anthony Belinfante This is a Reflector Community post. To pitch a post of your own, click here. Normani is in a lane of her own in the world of pop music. The former Fifth Harmony singer continues to prove that she is ahead of her peers and is ready to become the next princess of pop.  Since releasing her first solo single “Motivation” in August, accompanied by a […]

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Week of 09/20/2019 Party for Pink When: Tuesday, October 1 5:30 p.m. Where: RAC 2-Court Gym Dress in pink and head to the RAC to not only support breast cancer research and awareness, but also try out an amazing variety of classes such as Total Body, Zumba, POUND and Yoga! That’s not even to mention […]

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Popeyes debuted their new chicken sandwich back in August, causing an uproar all across America and social media platforms. The new Popeyes chicken sandwich was all people talked about.  While some restaurants had the sandwich in stock, others like Statesboro had to watch from afar and wait until the sandwich was brought to their location. […]

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Kings to You is a pop-rock band made up of students right here on campus. Its members are Blane Wheeler, senior history major, who plays guitar, sings and writes songs; Myles Lockley, senior political science major, who plays drums; and Graham Harris, senior engineering major, who plays bass. About a year ago, the idea for […]

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Maybe you identify as a student who has been trying to find another job that will work with your school schedule. Or maybe you have been trying to find a job, but you just don’t know where to begin. Whether you struggle with putting your resume together, filling out an application, or trying to know […]

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Image credit to Warner Bros. Pictures Some may consider 2017’s blockbuster hit “It” one of the best horror movies in recent years. The movie earned a colossal $326,898,358 US dollars according to Rotten Tomatoes, and it had everything: heart, creepiness, scares and out-of-this-world acting. “It” made sure its 2019 sequel had huge shoes to fill. […]

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Week of 09/23/2019 Fall Family Weekend: Block Party When: Friday, September 27 5:00-7:00 p.m. Where: In front of the university bookstore Tell your family to save the date and pop in for a DJ, games, prizes, food, zip lining and more!  GS vs Louisiana-Lafayette When: Saturday, September 28 6:00-9:00 p.m. Where: Allen E. Paulson Stadium […]

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