By Berry Aldridge, Staff Writer After receiving a fifth-place bid to the NCAA Southeast Regional, the Armstrong Pirates upset the No. 2 seeded Wingate University 5-0 in the first round of the tournament. Unfortunately, the lady Pirates could not maintain that momentum and fell to No. 1 seed Carson-Newman College 3-0, ending their successful season… Read More Pirates season ends in second round of Southeast Regional
By Megan McGinnis, Staff Writer Last weekend at the 21st annual Telfair Art Fair, hundreds of people had a chance to explore 85 artist booths, taste food from local vendors, take children to a painting lesson, or simply relax at any of the six concerts performed.
By T’Keyah Dennis, Staff Writer Despite the rain, members of the International Student Organization (ISO) came together to present their annual cultural experience, Taste of the World.
By Zach Logan, News Editor Black Friday, one of the busiest shopping days of the year, is quickly approaching but many shoppers will have to serve their Thanksgiving dinner early if they want to grab the best deals. In recent years, a number of retailers have opened their doors on Thanksgiving to allow for more… Read More Catch the DEAL
By Caleb Bailey, Sports Editor The NCAA college basketball season tips off Friday, Nov. 13, and it is sure to be an exciting one. The 2014-15 season was a successful one that saw a myriad history being made. Not only did the Kentucky Wildcats go 38-0 before falling in the Final Four to Wisconsin, but… Read More 2015-16 NCAA preview
By Ayanna Thompson, Staff Writer Lucky’s Market only opened last month and already seems to be just what the doctor ordered. Do not let the word ‘market’ fool you. Lucky’s is a bit of everything: a grocery store, prepared food stop, coffee hub, open luncheon space, community partner and more.
By Whitney Ziemak, Staff Writer The sound of Cicada Rhythm, a talented folk, jazz and acoustic pair, is no stranger to Savannah natives. Americana soul and Georgia-made numbers create a whimsical musicality that represents this pair’s fresh talent.
By James Lewis, Staff Writer When Armstrong senior basketball player Marcus Hopper was 12 years old, he was six-foot-three and weighed 312 pounds. He only played basketball because of his size and he knew that he was just a beginner.
By Tyrone Townsend, Staff Writer A group of black players on the Missouri football team have called for a boycott and will not compete in football activities until University President Tim Wolfe resigns or is removed from his post. Racial tensions have come to a head on the Missouri campus in Columbia since September, when… Read More Racial tensions cause explosive boycott
By Zach Logan, News Editor Our news editor gives you a look at what’s trending, so you don’t get left ashore. Cup Controversy Starbucks is now brewing controversy over their new holiday coffee cups. This year, the company decided to do away with the reindeer, ornaments, and other holiday symbols in exchange for a simple… Read More Catch the Drift