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It’s 2 o’clock on a Saturday afternoon in good ole Statesboro. There’s no home game, you finished your homework early, you already finished season 2 of Stranger Things, and you and your friends are bored looking for something to do.
Hearing a crowd of several hundred people scream “hail southern”, smelling hot dogs and hamburgers on the grill, or seeing who can chug their beer the fastest only means that you are at a Georgia Southern University tailgate. Tailgating is just not something to do when you are bored at this school, but a way of life. Being a part of a GSU tailgate is something that brings not only students together, but families, alumni, and local people in the community as well.
Brunch in a Crunch
Sunday mornings typically consists of laying around your house and resting, but the brunch culture has taken over the ‘Lazy Sunday’ tradition and turned it into a fun-day, especially for college students.
The Center for Sustainability at Georgia Southern University has granted the construction of the on campus community garden, located between the Herty building and the Williams Center.
Diversity in Greek & Social Life
Home to 40 Greek life organizations, six predominately student bars, and a racial tension you can cut with a butter knife, Statesboro, Georgia is a quiet town with a loud issue.
The Chatham Savannah Authority for the Homeless (CSAH) are using Tiny Homes as a way to shelter many homeless citizens of Savannah. This will be an ongoing process to ensure that there is more shelter being provided for the homeless.