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Ten important health resolutions you can make for 2007

The time is fast approaching to make resolutions for the coming year, and for many of us, those resolutions will focus on health. To encourage the process, faculty members in the Jiann-Ping Hsu College of Public Health at Georgia Southern University developed the following list of the 10 most important health resolutions you can make. […]

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“Romeo and Juliet” at Performing Arts Center on Jan. 13

Shakespeare’s unmatchable vision of uncompromising true love is coming to the Performing Arts Center (PAC) at Georgia Southern University. The critically acclaimed Aquila Theatre Company will present ‘Romeo and Juliet” at the PAC on Saturday, Jan. 13, at 7:30 p.m. Based in New York City, Aquila utilizes a talented American and British cast to create […]

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Online courses appeal to wide variety of personal and professional interests

Georgia Southern University has virtual-reality students. Without setting foot on the Statesboro campus, people of all ages and interests can take non-credit classes for professional development, personal enrichment or both, through the University’s Continuing Education Center. With around 300 online topics available, the variety of Education to Go classes is staggering. A nurse wanting to […]

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Native son helps fight cancer with screenings, research, education

Karl Peace knows first-hand the devastating effect cancer can have on a family. His mother, Elsie Mae Cloud Peace, had a double mastectomy at age 36 for breast cancer, and his father, Cecil, died of colorectal cancer at the age of 59. His wife, Jiann-Ping Hsu, died at age 56 of metastatic breast cancer. Peace […]

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Biology students tackle environmental service assignments with enthusiasm

As professors in the Department of Biology at Georgia Southern University, Lissa Leege and Michelle Cawthorn encourage their students to take active roles in the learning process. Be curious, ask questions, search for answers. However, a group of 270 students who were enrolled in classes taught by Leege and Cawthorn went above and beyond the […]

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