Former Secretary of State Condoleezza Rice spoke at Hanner Fieldhouse earlier this week to a packed house of nearly 5,000. In one of he first public appearences since leaving her post with the Bush Administration in January, Rice urged students to find their passion and follow it.
No more offseason. No Spring Football. The bullets are real. This one counts. Watch and listen as the Eagle Nation takes on Albany in their season opener Saturday at Paulson Stadium. CLICK to view slideshow. To view even more photos from GSU's game against Albany and to purchase prints, visit our on-line gallery.
As the sun sets over campus, Georgia Southern University cheerleaders Olivia Patten, top, Daniel Brennan, and their teammates help the football team and its fans kick off the 2009 season during a rally Thursday.
The new Gene Bishop Alumni Center at Georgia Southern University opened with Thursday's ribbon cutting ceremony.
The Georgia State Patrol Honor Guard presented the colors during the dedication ceremony for the new Georgia Bureau of Investigation Region 5 Office to the memory of GBI Inspector Johnny McGlamery Wednesday. McGlamery, a native of Statesboro, retired in December of 1987 as an inspector with the GBI after serving 31 years in state law enforcement. McGlamery was a graduate of Georgia Southern University and of the Federal Bureau of Investigation National Academy Program.
The annual Ducks for Diabetes fundraiser was held at Mill Creek Park Tuesday afternoon.
It was the Third Annual Little Eagles Football Camp Saturday at Paulson Stadium. Coach Chris Hatcher, his staff and all the Georgia Southern football players welcomed 177 campers who participated in various drills. After the camp, players and fans headed inside the Bishop Field House for an autograph session.
Portal football teammates and cheerleaders honored the wife and family of National Guard Sgt. Brock Chavers after a ceremony preceding Thursday's scrimmage against Southeast Bulloch High. The motorcycle Patriot Guard presented a flag to Portal Middle and High School Principal Jimmy Parrish to be displayed in the school in remembrance of the fallen soldier and Portal High alumnus.
College students flocked to Georgia Southern University Monday as classes began for the Fall 2009 semester.
Georgia Southern University President Bruce Grube made his last convocation address Wednesday at the Performing Arts Center. Grube addressed concerns about statewide higher education budget cuts and shared thoughts about his tenure and upcoming retirement.
The Georgia Southern Eagles flocked to the field Wednesday with coach Chris Hatcher to hold their first practice of the 2009 football season.
Jessica Garner of the Statesboro Regional Library removes books from shelves in preparation for new carpeting Tuesday. The library is closed for the entire week as new carpet is torn out and then installed on both floors of its South Main Street building. Assistant library director Cora Fay said it has been nearly 15 years since the last time the carpet was changed. The library will reopen Monday, though the second floor will be closed ...
A Career Fair was held Thursday at Ogeechee Technical College. The event was sponsored by OTC, the Georgia Department of Labor and several other groups. About 23 companies actively seeking employees were on hand to meet with job seekers.
Bulloch County public schools held open houses for students and their parents Thursday. The 2009-2010 school year begins Monday.
The Reading to Rover program was held Monday at the Statesboro Regional Library. The program gives children an opportunity to practice their reading skills with certified therapy dogs.
A dozen police vehicles responded to a high-speed chase initiated on northbound Georgia Highway 67 just outside of Statesboro and ending on South Main Street where three suspects were arrested in a stolen vehicle at about 10:30 p.m. Tuesday.
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On the Thursday before Georgia Southern's 2011 home opener against Tusculum, head football Coach Jeff Monken addressed the topic of expectations for his team.
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Statesboro Herald staff photographer narrates as we take a look back on 2009 and discover the power of photographs to bear witness to times, places, and people.
Last week, the Statesboro-Bulloch Chamber of Commerce Agribusiness Committee named Al Clark and his family the 2009 Farm Family of the Year.
They come from different backgrounds. They have different motivations. Different talents to contribute and different roles to play. One common cause.