The 2018 to 2019 academic year was an eventful one for The George-Anne Reflector Magazine. We posted every day (well, mostly every day) online, and we created two beautiful glossy magazines designed by The George-Anne Media Group’s talented design staff. We published cool features and added a new quiz section to our website. We also saw the return of Miscellany Magazine for the Arts, along with great pieces by students.
I’m thankful that I was able to serve as the magazine division’s editor-in-chief this year. Being the EIC of Reflector and Miscellany had its ups and downs, but I think we accomplished a lot this year, and I’m glad I was a part of it.
To celebrate the end of this year, I’ve gathered a few “greatest hits” from each of our staffers:
- By Noelle Walker – Football, Family and Faith: The Life of Chad Lunsford
- By Julia Fechter – Clavelia speaking: The story of one of Georgia Southern’s first African-American students
- By Christina McKinley – Southern Limelight: Rachel Hartmann
- By Ashton Christianson – Step into step: An look inside the RAC’s new Step and Sculpt class
- By Brett Daniel – GroupMe: Innocent Study Tool or Breeding Ground for Cheating?
- By Akaria Stewart – What happens to your clothes after you donate them to Goodwill?
- By Tony Ortega – Game Day with GS softball player Mekhia Freeman
- By Alexi Simpson – A look inside the NAACP at Georgia Southern University
- By me, Blakeley Bartee – A Transylvanian lost in Statesboro: Meet “Rocky Horror” director Megan Bowen
Thank you for reading our content and watching us grow. I hope you’ll stick around next year, as Noelle Walker takes on the role of editor-in-chief for the magazines division. This isn’t a goodbye from me – you’ll see me this fall as the Miscellany editor.