These Girl Scouts and Georgia Southern alumnae Kimberly Barkemeyer, graduate student Jasmine Smith and undergraduate student Catherine Smith took their True Blue spirit to new heights at the top of Pine Mountain after hiking from Girl Scout Camp Concharty next door.
These Georgia Southern alumni showed off their True Blue spirit in Nashville by celebrating alumna Ashley Ardd’s bachelorette weekend. Photo submitted by Megan Quinn.
For Marne Thompson, “#myTrueBlue is family. I met my husband, Steve Thompson, while I was a student at GSU. A year after graduating we were married. We had so much fun at our wedding that we decided to renew our vows every five years! For our 20th anniversary, we decided to renew our vows on beautiful Sweetheart Circle and include our son Zach in the ceremony!”
Alumni Terry (’74, ’75) and Sheryl (’73, ’75, ’82) Jones share their True Blue spirit from the Great Wall of China.
Alumnus Chris Butler shares his True Blue spirit from Chile. What does True Blue mean to him?
#myTrueBlue is a global community. True Blue means opportunity, friendships, lifelong learning, so many things!
Georgia Southern employee and alumnus Robert Meguiar (’95) shares his True Blue spirit at the 200th anniversary of the Battle of Waterloo in Belgium.
Victoria Harper, Layne Livingston, Rebecca Reynolds and Emily Swedorski took some magical Georgia Southern spirit to the happiest place on earth recently!
Alumna Christy Taylor-Pruitt (’94) pictured at the summit of Kapiti Island off the coast near Wellington, New Zealand.
“My True Blue is Warwick Hall, Hanner Fieldhouse, Paulson Stadium, Erk Russell, the Newton Building, the Henderson Library and penny beer nights at The Collegiate. It means taking all those wonderful memories with me everywhere I go. It means forever being proud to be an EAGLE,” she said.