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SeniorRLs20212021-2022 Senior Residential Leaders announced

The Division of Student Engagement and Success has announced three Senior Residential Leaders for 2021 – 2022 school year. The Senior Residential Leaders serve as peer leaders and mentors to the Residential Leaders in the Residence Halls: Southwestern Oaks, Magnolia, and Southwestern Pines.

Emmy MacMichael (right) is from Tallahassee, FL and is a Human Resources major. She is returning to her role as a Senior Residential Leader, and also has previously served as a Residential Leader. Emmy believes students should live on campus because it pushes them to grow into the adult they need to be once they graduate. It also helps students become more independent and building important connections with their peers from different backgrounds.

Skyler Trussell (left) is from Americus, GA and is a Business Management major. This will be Skyler’s first semester as a Senior Residential Leader, and is currently a Residential Leader in Magnolia. Skyler applied to be a Senior Residential Leader because he felt it’s an opportune time to grow as a leader and be involved with not only guiding the residents but also the other leaders on campus.

Andrea Colon (middle) is from Tampa, FL and is a Criminal Justice major. Andrea works as a Residential Leader in Southwestern Pines, and is excited to join the Senior Residential Leader team next semester. Andrea’s favorite part about GSW is the size of campus, making it easier to engage with and feel welcomed by her peers and faculty.

History major Savanna Swann presents at Georgia Association of Historians’ Conference

GSW junior History major Savanna Swann presented a poster presentation based on her research essay, “A Golden Age of Board Games,” at the Georgia Association of Historians annual conference, held on February 5, 2021. Savanna's project explores the growth of board games in the late 19th century. She demonstrates how these games allowed children to engage with major political issues of the day, including the impact of capitalism and emerging women’s rights movements. This research was completed in Dr. Susan Bragg’s HIST 4560: American Popular Culture in Fall 2020. Notably, Savanna was the only undergraduate student to appear on the schedule of the Georgia Association of Historians annual conference. Her work received significant positive feedback and encouragement from historians in attendance.

HomecomingKingQueen21Homecoming Week closes out with naming of Homecoming King and Queen

Homecoming Week was capped off on Saturday, February 20 with the annual Tailgate, Alumni Fun Run, basketball games, softball game, and coronation of the 2020-21 Homecoming King and Queen.

Junior management major Jacob Peed was crowned King, while senior marketing major Shannon Griffin was crowned Queen.

Runners-up were senior history major Terrence Washington and senior nursing major Hannah Gunter.

Junior psychology major Timmy Bryan and junior elementary education major Savana Arwood rounded out the rest of the Homecoming Court.


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