By Randee May, Staff Writer
Around 8:30p.m. last Saturday, Armstrong’s eerily quiet campus sparked to life as GlowRage DJ, Ben Sremba dropped a beat that shook the very foundation of the campus.The party was originally to begin at eight. Gabrielle Grubbs, a member of the Campus Union Board stated, “I expect curiosity to draw in all the cats.”
By Todd Perkins, Staff Movie Reviewer
There are so many films about love and romance, marriage and divorce, and ultimately, connection and intimacy, but rarely are these elements explored in such a thoughtful or inventive way as in director Charlie McDowell’s new film “The One I Love”.
By Destiny Marira, Staff Writer
Have you ever wanted to know when the latest events on campus were going to happen, but couldn’t find the information fast enough? Well, the Student Government Association has a solution for you. SGA has created a new app that students can download on their phones to know what’s happening on campus while they’re on the go.
By Angel Cleveland, Staff Writer
Alpha Gamma Rho, Armstrong’s chapter for the English Honor Society Sigma Tau Delta, is beginning to search for new members by starting their meetings for Fall semester.
By Julianne Field, Staff Writer
America’s National Anthem, the Star Spangled Banner, has a long and in some aspects odd history. On September 11, in the Fine Arts Hall, music Professor Robert Harris, director of Armstrong’s chorus, gave a stirring lecture on the history of our patriotic songs. With the aid of Armstrong’s Chamber choir, Harris presented the audience with examples of song version before and after they were adopted in our nation’s repertoire, although it only “scratched the surface” of the subject.