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GSW to inaugurate Dr. Neal Weaver as 11th president at October 5 Presidential Investiture

GSW will be celebrating the Presidential Investiture of Dr. Neal Weaver as our 11th president the first week in October. The week-long festivities will include a student service project, the Griffin Bell Distinguished Lecture Series with GSW alumna and 2018 Nobel Peace Prize nominee Jaha Dukureh, the ‘Glow Canes’ golf cart parade, concerts, the Investiture ceremony and a luncheon on the lawn.

The Investiture ceremony will take place on October 5 at 11am in the Student Success Center Convocation Hall. Students, faculty, staff and community members are invited to attend.

Learn more about Dr. Weaver, his first year on campus and check out the full schedule of Investiture events.

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Fireworks, “refreshed” Surge among festivities at GSW’s first home soccer match under the lights

The September 5 men's soccer match was the very first night match in program history. The festivities included tailgating, yard games, food provided by Grub Club, a ribbon cutting with the Sumter County Chamber of Commerce, the unveiling of a “refreshed” Surge and a huge fireworks show to close out the night.

GSW men’s soccer also emerged victorious with a 2-0 win over Brewton-Parker College.

Read more about the match and the opening night festivities in the Americus Times-Recorder, and view the full photo albums on the GSW and Athletics Facebook pages.

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GSW Kappa Sigma chapter holds fundraiser for suicide prevention in memory of lost brothers

The GSW Kappa Kappa chapter of Kappa Sigma Fraternity recently raised $3,000 for suicide prevention and awareness on campus in memory of brothers who have died by suicide.

The chapter organized a barbeque chicken plate fundraiser after John Teate, a Kappa Sigma alum, suggested an event aimed at suicide prevention. Of the 38 brothers who have lost their lives since the chapter’s founding in 1969, seven have unfortunately been to suicide.

“It became evident something more should be done,” said Teate. “We wanted to make sure that not only our Kappa Sigma brothers, but anyone in our community who feels like they have nowhere to turn, were offered every possible alternative to suicide.” 

The proceeds from the event were donated to GSW’s Suicide Prevention Task Force (SPTF) which provides multiple resources to students on campus. Training, activities, and education are provided throughout the GSW campus community to increase awareness of the signs and symptoms of suicide risk, prevention, and early intervention best-practices.

Read more about the fundraiser and how the proceeds will be used on campus here.

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