by Lila Miller, Arts/Entertainment Editor What happens when humanity is left with futile devices? What values are second nature? The Jepson Center of Telfair Academy Museums hosted this year’s Pulse Festival centered around art, technology, nature and how human interference works for and against societal and global change. The exhibitions feature work from the Telfair... Continue Reading →
Rebecca Munday, Staff Writer Feb. 2 is an important date for the housing selection process. The housing office usually hosts an open house with a tour of the spaces, especially for freshmen, who have never lived in the apartments before. However, Kelly Vislocky, who works in the housing office, is unsure if that will happen... Continue Reading →
by Jason Chapman, Editor-in-Chief The Galley is currently having "Fancy Friday", which features Prime Rib and Lobster Tails. It is only running from 11am until 2pm so be sure to get on over to the galley. You can either use your dining plan, or you can pay a CASH/CREDIT fee of $11. Make sure to... Continue Reading →
Jason Chapman, Editor-in-Chief Photos courtesy of A24 by way of Google images The Safdie Brothers new movie “Uncut Gems” is a motion picture unlike anything ever put onto the big screen before. Anxiety and uneasiness ooze from the screen. It’s fast-paced and features Adam Sandler in a performance only he could pull off. Josh and... Continue Reading →
by Katie Graves, Staff Writer photos taken by Rebecca Munday Communication Arts Department (APO and Masquers) “What’s really cool about Masquers is that it involves all [aspects of] theatre, so it’s not just acting...if you want to do background stuff. It’s really cool to see how that works", said Charles Dumas a Theatre Major and... Continue Reading →
Photos by Kee'Ara Smith Thuy-Linh Dang, Editor-in-Chief Armstrong celebrated Reverend Doctor Martin Luther King Jr. Day by participating in the annual MLK Observance Day Parade. “I'm glad to be here with my fellow students celebrating a national holiday as well as this important day for Savannah,'' said Executive Vice President, Spencer DeMink, of the SGA.
Javanna Rogers, Staff Writer As a welcome back to students, Armstrong’s Student Government Association (SGA) held a clothing closet to raise money for Eagle for Eagles on Jan. 16 in front of the Student Union. According to Georgia Southern’s SGA webpage, “Eagles for Eagles is a Student Government Association student fundraising initiative. The purpose is... Continue Reading →
Kee'Ara Smith, Staff Writer The organization Men of Vision and Excellence have created a book club in the hope of making an interactive new outlet for men on campus. This book club was created by GSU Graduate Assistant, Dorenzo Thomas. The first book the organization plans to read is “The Pact” written by Sampson Davis,... Continue Reading →