SGA Debates- Absent candidates should not remain on the ballot

Emily Smith, Editor-in-Chief On March 29, candidates for the 2017-2018 Student Government Association executive board debated for the positions of president, vice president, secretary and treasurer. Well… Some of them did. Secretary candidates were actually the only ones who debated on Wednesday, leaving president and vice president candidates running unopposed. However, treasurer candidates did not debate… Continue Reading →

Savannah Stopover Music Festival: the highlights

Lila Miller, A&E Editor Savannah’s eighth annual Stopover music festival hit the town the weekend before Armstrong’s spring break March 9-11. Stopover featured over 80 acts from local Savannah bands from as far as New Zealand and Wales. Show venues ranged from the voluminous and ethereal Trinity United Methodist Church, to the Maritime Ships of… Continue Reading →

Consolidation Update: Armstrong athletics to end following 2016-17 season

Emily Smith, Editor in Chief After 50 years of Pirate athletics, the Armstrong State University/Georgia Southern University Athletics Operational Working Group will recommend to the Consolidation Implementation Committee (CIC) that “intercollegiate competition end at Armstrong State University following the current 2016-17 athletic year,” a working group spokesperson reports. Student-athletes electing to transfer at the end… Continue Reading →

Student photo series informs on DACA students

Emily Smith, Editor in Chief Artist and former Armstrong student Jocelyne Garcia is using a photography series as a platform to inform others of subjects’ lives as undocumented immigrants. Darkroom prints on fiber based paper hold photos of former and current Armstrong students alongside items unique to their interests. Descriptions of each individual are displayed… Continue Reading →

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