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Professor and students get to work with world’s largest radio telescope

How do you find something that is not only invisible to the human eye, but also located trillions of miles from earth? Well, it helps to have the world’s largest radio telescope at your disposal. A professor in the Department of Physics at Georgia Southern University and two her students recently returned from a visit […]

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Sexual Assault Awareness Week Feb. 26-March 1

Sexual Assault Awareness Week will take place Monday, Feb. 26, through Thursday, March 1, at Georgia Southern University. The Sexual Assault Response Team (SART) urges the Georgia Southern campus and the community to get involved. ‘The events planned are designed to raise awareness of the issues and incidence of sexual assault in our campus community, […]

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Henderson Library receives $10,000 donation

The Friends of Zach S. Henderson Library at Georgia Southern University have given $10,000 to the library’s endowment. The annual interest from endowment funds is used to purchase books and subscribe to various electronic resources. ‘As the costs of information resources continue to increase faster than the University’s budget, we are very grateful for private […]

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Sport psychologists and graduate students help prospects prepare for NFL Combine

For many athletes, it takes more than raw physical ability to make it in the National Football League. The proper psychological approach is also necessary for prospective players who want to reach their full athletic potential by maximizing their speed and strength. Georgia Southern University sport psychologists Daniel Czech and Jonathan Metzler and a group […]

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Student Advisory Board is ‘Keeping it C.L.A.S.S.Y’ for study abroad

The Student Advisory Board of Georgia Southern’s College of Liberal Arts and Social Sciences (CLASS) will present alumnus and local musician Chris Mitchell on Saturday, Feb. 24, in a performance to benefit study abroad scholarships for majors CLASS majors. The event, ‘Keeping it C.L.A.S.S.Y,” begins at 9 p.m. at the French Quarter, 106B Savannah Ave. […]

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