• Updated
  • 0

STATESBORO — Georgia Southern University students  expressed their opinions at the GS open forum with President Marrero on Wednesday in the Russell Union regarding the response of the University to the book-burning event that occurred last Wednesday.

  • 0

STATESBORO — A Georgia Southern University student took to Facebook the day after the burning of Jennine Capó Cruce’s novel, Make Your Home Among Strangers. 

  • Updated
  • 0

STATESBORO — The Georgia Southern University Student Government Association held an open forum alongside President Kyle Marrero and Provost Carl Reiber on Wednesday night to discuss last week’s book burning incident on campus. 

  • 0

STATESBORO — The Georgia Southern University writing and linguistics department was one of the first to publicly respond Thursday to the burning of author Jennine Capó Crucet’s book, but released an updated statement Sunday after claims of students gathered outside of Crucet’s hotel were nullified.

  • 0

STATESBORO — Reports of protestors standing outside of author Jennine Capó Crucet’s hotel Wednesday night after her speech at Georgia Southern University have been deemed inaccurate as the owner of the lodging Crucet stayed denied Saturday any such protest, as first reported by Eagle News.

  • 1

STATESBORO — President Kyle Marrero sent an email to all Georgia Southern University faculty members Friday afternoon to address the FYE book burning incident from Wednesday night. The email was later sent to GS students.

We're always interested in hearing about news in our community. Let us know what's going on!

Online Poll

What do you think the outcome of the Georgia Southern vs LSU game will be?

You voted: