By Berry Aldridge, Sports Editor
Armstrong offers opportunities for its students to exercise not only their mind but their body as well.
By Joan Montanez, Staff Writer
In honor of Diversity Week 2014, Armstrong hosted Hip-Hop Summit: Unsigned Hype to entertain and educate through Hip-Hop music. A panel discussion was held about making it in the music industry.
By Caleb Bailey, Staff Writer
The Armstrong Pirates soccer team hosted Clayton State in the quarterfinals of the Peach Belt Conference tournament on Nov. 4. The game was a rematch from the last game that Pirates lost before beginning their six game winning streak and it was the Lakers who edged the Pirates once again.
By Missi Hancock, Staff Writer
Students gathered for Step Up Savannah’s Poverty Simulator on the second floor of the Armstrong Student Union on Nov. 7.
Senior history major Kristin Singleton decided to learn an uncomfortable lesson, “You start off given a label – like 34-year-old, African American, mother of two, and maybe a job if I’m lucky. Then, they give you a number disclosing how much money you have to spend, and how much money you do have.” For the next two and a half hours, Singleton will figure out how to save money and pay off debts on a very small income and with extra mouths to feed.
By Rolando Zenteno, Staff Writer Mending the Line, a biopic documentary on the life of WWII veteran Frank […]