by Jason Chapman, Co-Editor in Chief The Inkwell staff will be operating remotely from now until the end of the semester. In the coming days and weeks we will try to bring you valuable and trustworthy information on COVID-19 in the Savannah area and other local news stories. If anyone has any ideas for stories,... Continue Reading →
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By Rebecca Munday, Staff Writer Art pieces often make viewers think about the world around them. The artists’ concrete goal of transforming a viewer’s perspective is rarely stated, but rather implied. However, the Visual Arts majors who have their work displayed in the Senior Art Exhibit titled, “Perspective” explicitly say to add a new... Continue Reading →
By: Javanna Rogers, Staff Writer The Collegiate 100 hosted their 10th Annual Winter Ball on Feb. 15 in the Armstrong Center Ballroom. Many came together as a community to celebrate students and faculty who have made a difference on campus. This year’s theme was City of Gold. According to Demetrius Hurst, President of Collegiate 100... Continue Reading →
By: Thuy-Linh Dang, Editor-in-Chief The Student Government Association (SGA) hosted a Donation Drive for their new donation drive committee above the Student Union today. Students could purchase from a variety of clothing items for only $1 each. Photos by Jason Chapman, Editor-in-Chief Be sure to check out the SGA webpage for future Donation... Continue Reading →
by Emily Dietrich, Staff Writer Each year, the Armstrong Campus of Georgia Southern University hosts a gallery exhibition to showcase competition entries from Georgia’s 1st Congressional District in the Fine Arts Hall room 129. What’s more impressive than the swirling array of colors and exemplary artistic flair? These works were created by local high school... Continue Reading →