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Thursday, February 27

CPR/AED/First Aid Class 1 Registration

Class date: February 29 @ 9am You can save a life! This class will teach you how to perform ventilations, chest compressions, how to provide aid to someone...

CPR/AED/First Aid Class 2 Registration

Class Date: March 7 @ 9am You can save a life! This class will teach you how to perform ventilations, chest compressions, how to provide aid to someone...

CRI Open Golf Tournament Intramural Registration

Registration closes Mar. 31 and the tournament takes place on Apr. 3. Get out on the links and participate in the annual CRI Open Golf Scramble hosted at...

Group Swim Lessons Session 4 Registration

Lessons begin March 30th CRI offers swim lessons and clinics for Georgia Southern students, faculty, and staff RAC members. We offer three class options:...

Research Symposium Abstract Submission

All students with ongoing and completed research and creative activity are invited to submit abstracts. For more information please visit...

Softball Intramural Registration

Registration closes March 3 and play begins March 9. Intramural Sports provides students, faculty, and staff the opportunity for recreation and competition...

Swim2Break

Swim 2 Break is a swimming program designed to get participants into Spring Break-shape by swimming to exotic destinations.

Talons Food Truck Specials (2/24-3/13)

Enjoy these specials at the Talons Food Truck on the #ArmstrongCampus. ------ Buffalo Chicken Grilled Cheese $7.75 Buffalo marinated chicken with cheddar...

Wear A Pair

Want to support Walk a Mile In Her Shoes but can't make it to the march? Participate in Wear A Pair! For a minimum of a $20 donation, we will bring a pair of...

HESI A2 Exam Nursing Entrance

HESI A2 Nursing School Entrance Exam Registration information is at georgiasouthern.edu/success/testing/net/ For directions to the testing center:...

Ellyn Duncan: A Study on the Visual and Verbal Languages of Typography

Reception: Friday, Feb. 28, 5-7 p.m. Ellyn Duncan is an MFA candidate studying graphic design. Her thesis exhibition, Let's Talk Type: A Study on the Visual...

February One-on-One Investment Meetings

One-on-one investment meetings for faculty and staff will be held on the Statesboro and Armstrong campuses during the month of...

The Clothesline Project

A tshirt display to honor & empower victims of violence. Shirts are hung around campus with messages from those affected by violence. All shirts hung on...

The Fourteenth Amendment: Where we've come from and where we're going

The 14th Amendment has also been called the Reconstruction Amendment and was meant to prohibit states from denying any person of their life, liberty or...

At the Intersection:  Understanding the impact of multiple social identifies on college student experiences

This interactive workshop focuses on the intersection of race, gender and class as overlapping and interdependent systems of discrimination or disadvantage...

HESI A2 Exam Nursing Entrance

HESI A2 Nursing School Entrance Exam Registration information is the Office of Testing Services website. For directions to the testing center click here....

The impact of civil rights on health outcomes

Guest Speaker: Sarah West, Investigator with the US Department of Health and Human Services in the Office of Civil Rights

Serve912 Statesboro ReTails Thrift Store Trip

Volunteers help with organizing, decorating, pricing items and so much more in order to help the Retails Thrift Shop serve the community! All shop profit...

Armstrong Serve912- Coastal Pet Rescue Trip

Coastal Pet Rescue is an animal rescue organization dedicated to saving the lives of homeless, abused and neglected dogs and cats in Savannah and surrounding...

Serve912 Statesboro Thursday Habitat for Humanity Restore Trip

The Habitat ReStore is a thrift store that supports Habitat for Humanity. All sales go towards building new houses for families in Bulloch County. Most work...

Public Memory and Jewish Ireland

The Wexford Lecture Series presents its first speaker, Jonathan Culleton, professor of Sociology and Criminal Justice at Waterford Institute of Technology....

The impact of civil rights on health outcomes

Guest Speaker: Sarah West, Investigator with the US Department of Health and Human Services in the Office of Civil Rights

MOVE College Success 101 Series: Effective Communication Strategies

Men of Vision of Excellence be hosting a workshop on effective public speaking skills.

MOVE-College Success Series: Public Speaking

Men of Vision and Excellence will be hosting an informative workshop on the art of speaking in public and presenting. Please join us for this informative event.

OLC: Org Speed Dating

Join the Organization Leadership Consultants for Org Speed Dating! Organizations will be able to network and learn from other student organizations during...

Reserved to Fight: 4th Annual Ogeechee International History Film Festival

In May 2003, Fox Company of Marine Reserve Unit 2/23, returned home from active combat in Iraq. Reserved To Fight follows four Marines of Fox Company through...

Take Back the Night March

The Take Back the Night march is designed to unite the Georgia Southern community in supporting the end to sexual and domestic violence.

Godspell

Join Georgia Southern Theatre and The PAC in this delightful musical by Stephen Schwartz and John-Michael Tebelak. Led by the international hit, "Day by...

End the Violence Rally

The End The Violence Rally will take place directly after the Take Back the Night March and is a time for survivors to speak out and honor victims of...

Thursday, February 27