By Tyrone Townsend, Staff Writer On April 17, students and business professionals of technology connect during Tech Fest about the state of technology in our area.
By Emily Smith and Ruby Rizvi, Arts & Entertainment Editor and News Editor The Student Government debates took place on April 6 in a nontraditional venue; the Memorial College Center food court. Before the much anticipated candidate debates took place, students running for senator positions introduced themselves.
By Elijah Clarke, Staff Writer The Arya Dance Academy’s performance preluded the 19th annual Asian Art Festival on March 26 in the Fine Arts Auditorium.
By Khayla McClinton, Staff Writer This past weekend, Armstrong painted the town maroon at Johnson Square.
By Kayla Berns, Staff Writer The Pirates split games with the University of Montevallo on March 29. This accounts for first time playing each other this season. Each team was anxious to storm onto the field after dealing with the past couple weeks of play that were washed away by rainfall. The Falcons won the… Read More Pirates Softball Splits PBC Series with Falcons
By Kiara Morris, Staff Writer Death of Paris is a fresh, avant-garde band that redefines the meaning of rock. The band describes their music as having a “raw, provocative, electro-pop/rock n’ soul” sound.
By Ayanna Thompson, Staff Writer Renowned ceramicist and glass blower, Jeff Blandford, visited the Armstrong ceramics studio Feb. 19 to demonstrate his wheel-throwing techniques. He also threw 200 pounds of clay at S.P.A.C.E. on Feb. 20, making his visit to Savannah an influential one for students.
By Elizabeth Rhaney, Photo Editor When the first issue of Ain’t Bad was released in 2011, part of the mission statement read “It is important for us as visual communicators to spend as much time as we can exploring, discovering and documenting.”
By Emily Smith, Arts and Entertainment Editor Armstrong’s first ever drag show took place April 21 with nearly 300 people in attendance. Hosted by the Office of Multicultural Affairs and promoted by Armstrong’s Gay Straight Alliance, the event was nearly two years in the making.
By Llana Samuel, Staff Writer There’s a certain joy in grabbing take-out on the way home after a long day or being treated to a delicious dinner and not having to lift a finger.
Jeffery Finney, Sophomore, Biology Pre-Med By Jocelyne Garcia, Staff Writer How do you describe your style? Metro and casual. I like for it to stand out and use popping colors.
By Caleb Bailey, Staff Writer Okay, it’s April. I got that. But that just means there are less than five months until the NFL regular season kicks off and I could not be more stoked. The schedules were officially released last Monday and I think it is high time that we take a look at… Read More NFL Schedules: The Good, The Bad, and The Ugly
By Todd Perkins, Staff Movie Critic When Ridley Scott made “Blade Runner” in 1982, things changed.
By Caleb Bailey, Staff Writer The Armstrong Pirates baseball team entered this weekend tied with North Georgia for the regular season Peach Belt Conference championship. The Nighthawks dropped one of their first two games on April 25 while rain pushed the Pirates’ series back one day.
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By Lila Miller, Staff Writer How much of our tuition goes into getting big acts and small crowds? Migos has a nefarious reputation with records of violence, usually after their shows as reports of shootings and stabbing severely deterred Armstrong’s administration from booking them for the event, though obviously the show inevitably went on.
By Berry Aldridge, Sports Editor “The one constant through all the years, Ray, has been baseball. America has rolled by like an army of steamrollers. It’s been erased like a blackboard, rebuilt, and erased again. But baseball has marked the time. This field, this game, is a part of our past, Ray. It reminds us… Read More The Last Opening Day