Hello Eagle Nation!

If this is your first time visiting our website, welcome. The George-Anne Reflector is a premier student lifestyle magazine written by students, for students. Reflector strives to showcase the lives and culture of Georgia Southern University students. We cover a wide variety of content from the best restaurants in the Boro to binge-worthy TV shows to more in-depth features. At Reflector, college isn’t just a phase, it’s a lifestyle.

As the Fall 2019 semester begins, Reflector is already writing content that we hope you’ll love. Our campus and culture editors Aubrey Brumblow and Tony Ortega are setting the direction for this semester’s online and print stories. Ashton Christianson, our engagement editor, is working hard to increase our presence on campus and social media. Reporters Madeline Branch, Savannah Johnson and Jenna Wiley will contribute fresh content to the publication.

Last semester, Miscellany, the online magazine for arts and literature by Georgia Southern students, was revived. Miscellany editor Blakeley Bartee aims to showcase content in fiction, poetry, essays, visual art and more this year from the creative communities at GS.

Reflector also wants to showcase your content. I urge you to submit your stories to our community blog section. The mission of Reflector Community is to ensure that your voice may be shared and your opinions heard. Topics may include fashion, entertainment, fitness and more. For information on how to submit, go to “write a post” under the community section of our website or click here.

We are excited to see what the semester has in store for Reflector, and we hope you are, too.


Noelle Walker


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