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Sou'Wester

IN THIS ISSUE: Student participation in world-renowned media organization, a look into campus resources, and student organization news. Check out this semester's last edition of the Sou'Wester to see what the Canes are up to!
IN THIS ISSUE: Student art gallery showcase, interviews with faculty and staff, and more! Read our latest edition to see what the canes are up to and what students think of the Florrie Chappell gym.
IN THIS ISSUE: The English department votes on a restructuring proposal of the B.A. in English with a teaching certificate, plus interviews with professors, coaches, and alumni of GSW. Read our latest edition to see a recap of homecoming and where students prefer to buy textbooks!
IN THIS ISSUE: In the first edition of the Spring 2022 semester, the Sou'Wester interviews important people on campus, showcases student work, and gives you a sneak peek at a new edition on campus. Read more to find out what our students have been up to this month and what students think about living on campus versus commuting
IN THIS ISSUE: In the last edition before the Spring 2022 semester, the Sou'Wester takes a look at the JCLP's toy drive, Fitness and Wellness resources, and student artists on campus! Read more to find out what our artists are working on and what students think about the dining hall.
IN THIS ISSUE: The Sou'Wester staff takes a dive into Fall! October's edition is full of exclusive interviews from GSW students and staff, and Americus Mayoral Candidate Lee Kinnamon, as well as student news, an October image series, and this month's Ask The Canes question; "What do you think about the mask policy at GSW?"
IN THIS ISSUE: The Sou'Wester staff takes an in-depth look at student work and local events! Hear from professors what it takes to work in the English major, and get to know the GSW staff in our first edition of the semester!

About Sou'Wester

Since 1934, the Sou'Wester has provided students the opportunity to share their skills in journalism by providing students with news, features and stories across campus.

The paper was published continuously (and as a physical paper) until the last few years. In its history, it has covered everything from campus news and student opinion to the World Wars and 9/11.

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