College of Education presents film screening of ‘Race to Nowhere’

By Arielle Powell, Staff Writer

On Nov. 15, the College of Education hosted the screening of Race to Nowhere in University Hall. The screening was sponsored by Dr. Regina Rahimi who is an Associate Professor of Adolescence and Adult Education.Continue reading “College of Education presents film screening of ‘Race to Nowhere’”

Pirate Volleyball dominates PBC Tournament

Pirates Volleyball team
The Pirates Volleyball team, 2014

By Berry Aldridge, Sports Writer

The Armstrong State University women’s volleyball team hit its way to two impressive wins over Montevallo and Flagler last week to win the Peach Belt Conference Tournament title. Although they had already won the PBC regular season championship, the tournament title ensured an automatic bid and outright bragging rights for the Pirates.Continue reading “Pirate Volleyball dominates PBC Tournament”

Shearhouse Plaza renovations to be completed soon

Learning Commons construction
Learning Commons construction

By Randee May, Staff Writer

In 1990, Jesse Stuart Shearhouse, a former student of Armstrong passed away after becoming ill due to an inoperable brain tumor.

Mr. Shearhouse had never married, thus he had no one to leave his estate to. He chose to give back to Armstrong, the school he attended for two years before graduating from Emory University in Atlanta. Continue reading “Shearhouse Plaza renovations to be completed soon”

Why the Braves traded Jason Heyward

Atlanta Braves' Jason Heyward catches a line drive hit by the Chicago Cubs' Starlin Castro in the third inning at Wrigley Field in Chicago. (Chris Sweda/Chicago Tribune/MCT)
Atlanta Braves’ Jason Heyward catches a line drive hit by the Chicago Cubs’ Starlin Castro in the third inning at Wrigley Field in Chicago. (Chris Sweda/Chicago Tribune/MCT)

By Travis Jaudon, Staff Writer

The Atlanta Braves are wasting no time shaking up the roster under the new management of John Hart.Continue reading “Why the Braves traded Jason Heyward”

Pirate Basketball drops openers

#31 going for a layup

By Berry Aldridge, Sports Editor

The Armstrong State University women’s basketball team dropped a pair of nail-biter games in the first two contests of the season.Continue reading “Pirate Basketball drops openers”

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