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Many GS students stay to weather the storm
Receive emergency food from dining services
GS students weather storm
With a line stretching from one end of the Georgia Southern Dining Commons to the other, Director of Residential Dining Greg Crawford, bottom right, fills up a bag of goodies for student Nicholas Farmer, 19, of Atlanta as dining services distribute packages of food and drinks to students preparing to ride out Hurricane Michael in their residence halls Wednesday. (SCOTT BRYANT/staff)
Georgia Southern University's residential Statesboro and Armstrong campuses didn't completely close with the approach of Hurricane Michael. In fact, students were encouraged to remain on campus to weather the storm. But some special arrangements were made for feeding them.
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