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Working for The George-Anne for the past two years has been one of the highlights of my time at Georgia Southern. Before joining student media, I was this shy and awkward kid who spent his down time between classes sitting alone on the third floor of the library. While I still feel like that…

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So, I’m not going to lie. In true Savannah fashion I completely forgot to write this by the date it was due. So I apologize if this is not as eloquent as it should be because I typed this up as fast as I possibly could when I found out Blakeley was still taking submissions (big thanks to Blakeley).

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Lately, it seems like every time I get on social media, I see people hanging out by the pool, drinking with friends at home or playing basketball at public courts. Normally that would be fine, but right now it is not.

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When I left Statesboro for Spring Break two weeks ago, I left believing all this coronavirus panic would blow over quickly, and that we’d all return to our normal lives with the end of the break. Now, however, I’m faced with the uncertainty that I may not return until the start of next semester.

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In February, it was announced that Marvel would feature a gay couple in the upcoming film The Eternals, making it the first MCU film to include LGBTQ representation. In recent years, Disney has slowly begun to show signs of progress in regards to queer representation in both film and televis…

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With the end of the Super Bowl, and Patrick Mahomes being named the Super Bowl MVP after leading the Chiefs to their first NFL championship since 1970, it truly put a stamp on a NFL season that was historic for black quarterbacks which showed that the rise of the black QBs had been a long ti…

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STATESBORO — Georgia Southern University alumni made history and brought inspiration to our campus as they become the fourth and fifth Eagles to make it to the Super Bowl. Matt Breida and Jerick McKinnon who now play for the San Francisco 49ers continue to set great examples as two former wh…

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Social media has put an immense amount of pressure on young people when it comes to dating. It seems like every time we log onto Instagram or Facebook, someone we went to high school with is engaged, already married or starting a family. 

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Welcome Back, Eagles! Along with the spring semester, we welcome a new decade: 2020. The first Reflector magazine was created in 1989, replacing the Reflector yearbook. Since then, our name has changed from “Southern Reflector Magazine” to “Reflector Magazine” to “The George-Anne Reflector Magazine.” We’ve also covered many different topics and issues throughout the years. […]

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