Features

  • Tracking an Invisible Enemy

    For the past few months, Georgia Southern public health students have been tracking an enemy so small it’s invisible to the naked eye.

    Rising Star

    From the Busiest Man on Campus to National Television Correspondent When news breaks on Capitol Hill or at the White House, Skyler Henry (’11) is there to cover it. The […]

    Best Foot Forward

    Alumna Mackenzie Anderson Leads Global Purpose Communications and Engagement at Nike When Nike tapped Mackenzie Anderson to become the company’s global purpose communications and engagement director last year, she packed […]

    Through the Storm

    Georgia Southern Adapts and Excels in Wake of Pandemic Some of Georgia Southern’s greatest stories describe how the Universityweathered storms. From winning a difficult bid in Savannah in 1906 to […]

  • The Eagle Has Landed

    Georgia Southern Alumni Reflect on Work with NASA Space Program In the summer of 1967, Georgia Southern graduates Bob Pound (’67) and Charlie Abner (’67) hopped in a car and […]

    To the Moon and Back Again

    Alumnus Helping NASA Return to the Moon by 2024 No one on Earth has stepped foot on the Moon since Apollo 17 landed there in December 1972. But NASA is relying […]