By Rachael Flora, Arts and Entertainment Editor
The Armstrong State University athletic department unveiled its new branding Monday afternoon. The new primary logo features a redesigned Pirate head and reflects the name change to Armstrong State University. Continue reading
By Tom Teaster, Staff Writer
On May 8, a group of recording bands performed at The Asylum in Rincon. Popular metal bands like Come the Dawn, Affiance, and I the Breather gave stellar performances, but what really stuck out was the opening local band At Heart from Savannah.
Photo by Katherine Arntzen.
By Claire Golec
Be prepared for a night of mystery, intrigue, and English accents as Armstrong Masquers Summer Theatre performs And Then There Were None. Continue reading
By Katie Maddox, News Editor
The Armstrong campus received a tiny, but important change on campus June 1: new Wi-Fi. More importantly, students only have to log in once to this new network called “Armstrong.” Continue reading
It’s time for Armstrong’s Summer Semester, so we’ll be taking a small break. Don’t fret – we’ll be back periodically throughout the summer!
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James Lee Smith plays guitar at reception following Rosenheim’s lecture.
By Elizabeth Rhaney, Staff Writer
The Jepson held a lecture by Jeff L. Rosenheim for their exhibit “Helen Levitt: In the Street” April 24. Rosenheim, a curator for the Metropolitan Museum of Art, knew Levitt and talked about her unique approach to photography. Continue reading
By Emily Smith, Staff Writer
The very first Armstrong Heroes Night will be taking place in the Student Union Savannah Ballroom on May 1 at 6:30 p.m. This will be a formal dinner where Armstrong will honor three alumni who have given back to the Armstrong community, made an impact in their own communities and successfully pursued a professional career. Continue reading
We know it’s almost time for finals, but these upcoming local events will offer some much needed respite from schoolwork. = Continue reading
By Todd Perkins, Armstrong’s own Leonard Maltin
Wally Pfister has served as Christopher Nolan’s director of photography since Nolan hit it big with his breakout film “Memento,” and he has now been given the chance to show what he can do with a big budget project of his own with “Transcendence.” With a cast as famous and revered as Johnny Depp, Rebecca Hall, Paul Bettany and Morgan Freeman and a science-fiction premise dealing with issues such as true love, artificial intelligence and the nature of human consciousness, it seems that the chance for success would be guaranteed from the get-go. Unfortunately, the result is a lifeless, routine sci-fi thriller more likely to lull audiences to sleep than into deep thought. Continue reading
By Janis Carr and Dan Woike of The Orange County Register
NBA commissioner Adam Silver announced Tuesday that he banned Los Angeles Clippers owner Donald Sterling for life. He was also fined $2.5 million. Continue reading