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University experimenting with new way to reach students

Today’s information overload makes communicating with today’s tech-savvy college students a challenge. To break through the clutter, the College of Information Technology at Georgia Southern University is experimenting with a new Web-based application from Evoca, a Savannah-based podcast-hosting site ‘Students entering college now have grown up bombarded by messages, whether it’s from television, e-mail or […]

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Annual tree-planting ceremony set for Dec. 11

Georgia Southern President and Mrs. Bruce and Kathryn Grube will host the University’s annual holiday tree-planting ceremony on Monday, Dec. 11, at 3 p.m. The Grubes will plant a holly tree next to Lake Ruby. They will plant the tree in lieu of sending holiday cards to the campus community. The tree-planting ceremony is a […]

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Student organization honored by American Chemical Society

The Georgia Southern University chapter of the American Chemical Society (ACS) Student Affiliates program has been recognized for its activities during the 2005-2006 academic year. The University chapter will receive an Outstanding award, which is the highest honor bestowed by the ACS Student Affiliates program. To earn the award, the University chapter organized successful programs, […]

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Georgia Southern fundraising campaign exceeds goal; $53-million to provide “margin of excellence”

Georgia Southern University’s Centennial year started with a bang Friday as the university announced that it surpassed the goal of its first comprehensive capital campaign. President Bruce Grube released the final total of $53,051,156 raised during the five-year Campaign for National Distinction. The campaign’s goal had been set at $40 million. “I am enormously grateful […]

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Who created Georgia Southern’s Centennial logo?

Once Georgia Southern University’s Centennial logo was unveiled, the question on everyone’s lips was, ‘Who designed it?” The answer came from Connie Palfy, assistant to the Vice President for Business and Finance. ‘The administration was very impressed with the work of Eric Rickabaugh of Rickabaugh Graphics in Columbus, Ohio, and selected him to create the […]

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