It’s finally summer. Soon, whether we’re taking summer classes or taking some time for ourselves, we’ll all be sweating buckets. During this hot season, dehydration can become dangerous. So, to prep for the summer, let’s talk about the importance of hydration, signs of dehydration, dehydration risk factors, how much/what to drink, and some tips. Why Hydrate? […]Read More Stay Hydrated for the Summer!
Hello readers. It’s Sherrel again and I can’t believe this semester is finally coming to a close.I know we are all super excited for our summer vacation! We all have had a long semester and are probably feeling the bittersweet feeling of being sad and happy that it’s pretty much over. Spring semester seems to […]Read More So Long, FareWELL
Hello readers, my name is Sherrel and I am going to discuss gender inequity. Unfortunately, yes in 2017, the answer to this question… is gender inequity still a thing? YES. Now, I know you’ve heard it before, so this isn’t a lecture. Instead, I want to state some facts. Take a moment, or five, to […]Read More Everything is NOT Created Equal?
Hey, my name’s Sebastian and welcome to my blog. This blog is all about making sure that we all drink plenty of fluids. To start off, we’ll go through some of the perks of drinking water. Keeps your temperature normal Lubricates and cushions joints Protects your spinal cord and other sensitive tissues Gets rid of […]Read More The Answer is Clear
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
Every 23 seconds, another American is diagnosed with diabetes. And according to the Academy of Nutrition & Dietetics, the average yearly health care cost for a person with diabetes is $13,700, with $7,900 due to diabetes alone. This illness, although prevalent, is not seen as serious by people as it should be. Many live with […]Read More Why Should we Worry about Diabetes?
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!