Sexual Assault has unfortunately become pretty common today and I, Kellie Clendennin, pledge to put an end to sexual assault on Georgia Southern’s campus. One in five women and one in sixteen men are sexually assaulted in college, and we should make sure that we prevent this from happening here. Many of my personal friends […]Read More Sexual Assault Awareness
Have bags and dark circles under your eyes? Tired of drinking caffeine and still feeling sleepy? Cutting back on long nights out and getting more sleep can do the trick! Sleep is good for the body physically and mentally. There are so many benefits to getting 7 to 8 hours of sleep each night. It […]Read More Your Future Depends on Your Sleep, Go to Bed!
Stomp Out Stigma Week is quickly approaching! Our annual mental health awareness week is as strong as ever with a lineup of events that will be sure to make an impact on the Eagle Nation. According to the Center for Disease Control, suicide is the second leading cause of death among those aged 15 to […]Read More SOS Week 2016
Pop, pop, pop! The smell of freshly popped kettle corn lingers in the air as you stroll through the Statesboro Main Street Farmers Market. The music plays as visitors chatter joyously with vendors and to each other. This, you will find, is the wonderful experience when visiting the market. Occurring on Saturday mornings from 9AM […]Read More The Campus Farmers Market is here!
College can often feel more like a circus than where we go after high school to pursue our dreams. Maintaining grades, a job, boyfriend, girlfriend, parents, roommates, and other extracurricular activities, all while pursuing our career goals, can turn into quite the balancing act. Just like any circus performer, however, juggling everything at once takes […]Read More Coping with College
The grass is green, the breeze is cool, and the sun is out, tickling our skin as it bronzes. Summer is just around the corner, and many have gone home to work or take a break, or have chosen to expand their experiences with internships and other opportunities. Yet some chose to be studious and get […]Read More Surviving Summer Classes
Speak out Teach everyone Observe Protect “You can recognize survivors of abuse by their courage. When silence is so very inviting, they step forward and share their truth so others know they aren’t alone.” ― Jeanne McElvaney, Healing Insights: Effects of Abuse for Adults Abused as Children For many years now, Georgia Southern University has brought […]Read More Clothesline Project