Video and Article by Carson Dover https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_mnNlmhU_WM James “Double Dutch” Kimble is a folk artist from Savannah Georgia. His most famous piece is called the "Black Holocaust Memorial," which is located in the alley across from the Shop N Go off East Broad St. in downtown Savannah, GA. Mr. Kimble started building the piece... Continue Reading →
Rebecca Munday, Staff Writer Sigma Alpha Epsilon (SAE) hosted their “Thousand-Dollar Cookout” today on the front steps of the Student Union from 11:30 a.m. to 1 p.m. The cookout was open to everyone, even if they were not interested in Greek life. “This is just to get everyone hyped up,” Spencer DeMink, a junior in... Continue Reading →
Kee'Ara Smith, Section Editor Armstrong’s 2020 2D National Art Exhibition took place over a span of two weeks, Jan. 13-31. There were a total of 19 pieces, some pieces were made by the same Artist. The 2D Art exhibit contestants were judged this past Wed., Jan. 29. There were three winners all juried by Brian... Continue Reading →
Fancy Friday will be serving Pecan-Crusted Flounder and Orange-Glazed Roasted Duck today from 11 a.m. - 2 p.m. in The Galley. You can either use your dining plan, or you can pay a CASH/CREDIT fee of $11. Have a yummy time!
Story and Photos by Rebecca Munday, Staff Writer The student Recreation & Wellness Center helped students lose the stress with Worried Free Wednesday at the Compass Point Clubhouse on Jan. 29 from 11 a.m to 1 p.m. Students were able to relax with different activity stations such as coloring, DIY stress balls, and therapy dogs.... Continue Reading →