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Conan Gray just released his debut studio album “Kid Krow” on March 20, 2020, which has already reached number five on the Billboard 200. Perfect timing to help us all combat quarantine fatigue, right?  If you don’t know who Conan Gray is, you will probably find out pretty soon as he’s gaining a lot of […]

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Our staff at The George-Anne Media Group is spread across several cities with the campus shutdown. Sending their observations from Peachtree City, Augusta and Statesboro, members of our design and photography team react to crowded supermarkets and unfamiliar online classes.

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Madison and Hannah Ann are the only two women left standing fighting for Peter’s heart. In this episode, the two women met Peter’s family, both wanting to leave a good long-lasting relationship. First up to meet the parents was Hannah Ann. Hannah Ann Meets the Webers All Hannah Ann wants to do is just tell […]

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The doors to your favorite restaurant or favorite store may be locked, but that doesn’t mean they’re closed. The local businesses in Statesboro are still open and still looking for your business. As the number of people affected by COVID-19 (coronavirus disease) increases across the nation, the city of Statesboro is taking steps to keep […]

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Now that everyone is strongly encouraged to stay inside and not leave the house unless there is an emergency, it is easy to fall into a mental slump.  Being required to stay at home all day encourages sleeping and eating all day long, but here are a few tips to keep you out of a […]

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Photo credit to Georgia Southern University In 1977, Phillip Tremble became one of the first 500 African American students to attend Georgia Southern. On Tuesday, Feb. 11, Tremble told his story to a room full of students and faculty during a Talk Tuesday event, hosted by the Diversity Peer Educators. Tremble, 61, was raised by […]

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During this difficult time, it’s important to maintain social distancing, even when it comes to dating. Despite this, dating apps like Tinder are still–and perhaps even more–active. Some men even tried to use the situation to their advantage through their bios, pickup lines and conversation starters. Bios There were a few bios relating to quarantining […]

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Dating in itself can be hard. But when a disease sweeps across the globe, making it a national pandemic? Even harder.  That doesn’t mean it’s impossible, even with social distancing and quarantining. Without further ado, here are 10 date ideas you can do from the comfort of your own home.  If you’re apart: Coffee Date […]

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Women of the past have and continue to pave the way for girls and women today. With March being Women’s History Month, what better way to honor them than with a revisit of their accomplishments? They all took place during the month of March, as early as 30 years ago to merely six years ago. […]

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Photos courtesy of Alvin Jackson The rich history of the Black Primitive Baptist Church traces all the way back to the Civil War. Piecing together its story is the culmination of years of research by Dr. Alvin Jackson, Board President of The Willow Hill Heritage & Renaissance Center. In Bulloch County, prior to the Civil […]

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Women’s History Month 2020 began in the United States on Sunday, March 1 and will continue until Tuesday, March 31. It commemorates and encourages the study, observance and celebration of the vital role of women in American history, according to Women’s History Month. A vast number and variety of amazing women throughout history have broken […]

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Spring Break is such an anticipated time during the spring semester. For those of you who do not already have plans, here are some ideas for vacations right here in Georgia. Franklin Delano Roosevelt State Park This state park is only about three hours away from Statesboro. The park has beautiful scenery and has hiking […]

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After the book burning that happened on Georgia Southern’s campus, Dantrell Maeweather said he was sick and tired of the problems with diversity and inclusion experienced at GS, both publicly and personally.  Maeweather began attending GS in January 2016 and graduated in December of 2019. He now serves as the Provost Student Fellow. During his […]

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For 2020, the St. Patrick’s Day parade has been delayed. Savannah’s iconic St. Patrick’s Day parade and celebrations are world famous, consistently being listed in the top 10 best St. Patrick’s Day destinations. As someone who has made the pilgrimage onto the cobblestone streets before sun rise for the past 5 years, there are definitely […]

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Georgia Southern University Center for Sustainability Graduate Assistant Caitlyn Grunert raised awareness about air quality and plastic pollution during her “Reflections From Ghana: A Global Sustainability Presentation” presentation in the Russell Union on Feb. 26.  “We’re seeing more and more plastic in our oceans,” said Grunert. “Who’s to say that this plastic didn’t originate from […]

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It’s Women Tell All Time! It’s finally time to see if the girls can come to some kind of understanding and put this crazy drama behind them, but, of course, we don’t get to see that come to fruition. Tammy, who has long standing “beef” with Kelsey, and essentially everyone in the house, did not […]