SVA Celebrates Veterans with Lunch

Rachel Hammond, Staff Writer In celebration of Veteran’s Week, the Student Veterans of America (Armstrong Chapter) (SVA) provided a complimentary lunch for those who served our country. Nov. 13, student veterans gathered to enjoy a Chick-Fil-A lunch and good company. According to GSU 2018 Fast Facts, approximately eight percent of all students enrolled at Georgia... Continue Reading →

Southern Express Rolls Onto Armstrong and Statesboro

Kee'Ara Smith, Staff Writer A new campus transit system called Southern Express is offering the Armstrong campus free and convenient transportation to the Statesboro campus to continue to unite the University Community. The bus picks up students from the Armstrong campus and makes stops throughout the Statesboro campus. Although the bus does not run on... Continue Reading →

DACA Rally

Students gathered in front of the Student Union in support of American immigration policy Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (DACA) on Tuesday, November 12. According to Wikipedia, DACA allows some individuals with unlawful presence in the United States after being brought to the country as children to receive a renewable two-year period of deferred action from... Continue Reading →

ISO Celebrates Culture with Taste of the World

Rachel Hammond, Staff Writer For many students, international travel is not an option. However, the International Student Organization (ISO) brought culture to campus with Taste of the World on Wednesday, Nov. 6. The event took place in the Residential Plaza from 11 a.m.-2 p.m. Students gathered to try food and activities that represented countries from... Continue Reading →

An Interview with the President

  Marrero Talks Spring Commencement, FYE Program and Reflects on His First Semester as President Madison Watkins, Editor-in-Chief Last week, the Inkwell interviewed with University President Dr. Kyle Marrero for the last time this semester, and discussed spring commencement, the FYE program, the future of this campus and his thoughts about how his first semester as... Continue Reading →

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