By Emily Smith, Staff Writer
Go Green Armstrong and members of the Honors Program teamed up on April 14 to pick up trash on Tybee Island.
“These sweeps are important because the small items left on the beach that we help pick up are often the most likely items to fill the bellies of small sea creatures,” Go Green Armstrong vice-president Katie Babineau said.
By Rachael Flora, Arts and Entertainment Editor
“Chronic Hyperreality” closed out a successful series of senior shows on April 18. The six participating seniors presented an extensive collection of pieces of various themes and mediums.
Lydia Craddock, Megan Stucky, Allen Love, Lisa Co, Fiona Johné and Kayla Van Sice are all art seniors graduating in less than a month, and this show served as their capstone requirement.
“Chronic Hyperreality is the fusion of fiction and reality,” Craddock said.
By Dalton Johnson, Sports Editor
One year ago, smoke covered the finish line of the Boston Marathon in a tragic terrorist attack that will never be forgotten. The Boston bombings killed three people and left more than 260 people injured, with hearts in Boston and all over the nation torn as well.
By Caleb Bailey, Staff Writer The Armstrong Pirates baseball team put their seven-game win streak on the line […]
By Claire Golec, Staff Writer
For some students the path toward their future remains indefinite. Not all graduating seniors have a plan set in stone for after May 10.
One option is to join the Peace Corps. Though it may sound unconventional, the Peace Corps offers many opportunities and experiences.
On April 10, Career Services held an information session about the Peace Corps. Recruiter and former volunteer Charles Portney hosted and informed potential Peace Corps volunteers.