In a series of guest lectures from various arms of the criminal justice world, Professor Bill Griffin invited Lieutenant Hal Braswell to speak in his Ethical Theories and Moral Issues in Criminal Justice class on Nov. 5.
Walk around anywhere backstage at Jenkins Hall and you will see feathers of every color wafting about. That’s because the ASU Masquers have been rehearsing for its hysterically funny final play of the Fall semester.
Savannah Stopover announced a portion of its lineup on Nov. 11 in anticipation of the 5th annual music festival. A roaring success in years past, the festival appears to be picking up speed – and more prominent names.
On Oct. 29, Ken Blanchard came to Armstrong to speak to students and faculty. Blanchard is a management guru, bestselling author, and motivational speaker whom over a long career has redefined how to manage the work place and manage life in general.
“I read it, went to bed thoroughly disturbed, woke up the next morning thoroughly disturbed, and decided it would be a great play for Halloween,” Armstrong senior James Carroll said, when describing his decision to direct the haunting Masquer’s production of “The Pillowman”.