Armstrong professor chosen as Governor’s Teaching Fellow

Lucy Stone, News Editor Engineering Studies professor Dr. Priya Thamburaj Goeser has been chosen to participate in the Governor’s Teaching Fellow Program 2017. Started by former governor Zell Miller in 1995, it is designed specifically for higher education faculty to receive more opportunities to improve teaching skills. Miller’s vision was for faculty to be trained in […]

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‘Faces and Spaces’: Senior SCAD students showcase photography

Lucy Stone, News Editor Photography exhibition, “Faces and Spaces,” took place at the Oglethorpe Gallery in downtown Savannah this weekend from April 21 through 23. Graduating SCAD students, Laura Beckerdite and Rob Crossno, showcased their senior portfolios at the gallery. Photography major Laura Beckerdite took part in the ‘Faces’ aspect of the art show. Her […]

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Eclectic Collective showcases senior work

Lila Miller, A&E Editor             This past Friday meant more than the return of the weekend for senior art students. The Armstrong Fine Arts gallery hosted the senior showcase, “Eclectic Collective,” highlighting students’ artistic endeavors during their final year at Armstrong. The showcase featured varied mediums by seniors Sonia Mednick, Tanner Levi, Victoria Klein, Elizabeth […]

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Future of Health Science and Engineering discussed at town hall, departmental structures still unknown

Lucy Stone, News Editor Georgia Southern University (GSU) President, Dr. Jaimie Hebert, visited Armstrong’s campus for a Town Hall meeting on the consolidation between GSU and ASU last Wednesday from 2p.m.-3p.m. Held in the Fine Arts auditorium, the meeting began with opening remarks from Dr. Bleicken before Hebert shared background on his family and growing up […]

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#AggressivelyCivil kicks off with film screening of ‘1984’

Lucy Stone, News Editor Aggressively Civil, a new activist organization in Savannah, held its first event last Wednesday at the Sentient Bean. Partnered with the Psychotronic Film Society and co-sponsored by Connect Savannah and The Book Lady Bookstore, Aggressively Civil held a film screening of the 1954 British Broadcast Corporation (BBC) TV version of George […]

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