Kyara Mejia Savannah, Georgia is a drinking capital. It has a city law that excites “the hostess city” tourist, the ability to possess or consume an alcoholic beverage in a plastic container. It is a place where bars and restaurants are opening all the time. I recently turned twenty-one and being able to… Continue Reading →
Kyara Mejia, Staff Writer Hey Ya! Armstrong State University has added a new course to the Spring 2017 class list. “OutKast and the Rise of the Hip-Hop South” will be taught by Dr. Regina Bradley Tuesdays and Thursdays from 11–12:15 p.m. Dr. Regina Bradley is an Assistant Professor of African American Studies at ASU. Currently, she… Continue Reading →
Kyara Mejia, Staff Writer Peter Cavanaugh’s camera captures the photograph of a young woman on a beautiful, sunny weekend near downtown Savannah. She’s sitting down on a chair and shows off her Big Bang Theory Show shirt with the word “Bazinga” on it. She poses with a smile that goes from cheek to cheek. He… Continue Reading →
Kyara Mejia, Staff Writer This semester, the department of criminal justice, social and political sciences offered a new type of sociology course to Armstrong students. Dr. Alison Hatch, a professor who teaches both sociology and gender studies, teaches the new 4000 level sociology course, “Service Learning and Civic Engagement.” Service learning is a teaching and… Continue Reading →
By Angel Cleveland, Staff Writer The Mexican holiday, Dia de Los Muertos, was held in Ballroom B on the second floor of the Student Union Nov. 3. The name translates to “Day of the Dead.” It was hosted by the student organization, HOLA, and sponsored by HORA, the Phi Iota Alpha Fraternity, and Camina.