Southern Express Rolls Onto Armstrong and Statesboro

Kee'Ara Smith, Staff Writer A new campus transit system called Southern Express is offering the Armstrong campus free and convenient transportation to the Statesboro campus to continue to unite the University Community. The bus picks up students from the Armstrong campus and makes stops throughout the Statesboro campus. Although the bus does not run on... Continue Reading →

One of a Kind Education

New Birth to Kindergarten Teacher Education Program Coming to Campus Rebecca Munday, Staff Writer “In terms of early childhood education, holding a teaching certificate allows the individual to market themselves to higher paying jobs,” said Dr. Dina Walker-DeVose, an Associate Professor in the School of Human Ecology, regarding the financial advantage of enrolling in the... Continue Reading →

Annual Security And Fire Safety Report Shows Fluctuating Numbers At Armstrong & Statesboro

Thuy-Linh Dang, Staff Writer The Office of Public Safety released the 2019 Annual Security and Fire Safety Report which accumulated the reported numbers of crime and fire incidents on all three campuses from 2016-2018.  Between the Statesboro and Armstrong campuses, there is a total of 39 sexual assault-related reports over the last three years with... Continue Reading →

Inclusive Excellence Report: What It Means For Armstrong

Madison Watkins, Editor-in-Chief Last week, The George-Anne Inkwell Edition published an overview of the Inclusive Excellence Report that was published by administration on Aug. 28. This article will go into what the report recommended for Armstrong campus and what it means going forward.   It was stated in the report once all of the data was... Continue Reading →

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