‘Service learning’ comes to Armstrong

Kyara Mejia, Staff Writer This semester, the department of criminal justice, social and political sciences offered a new type of sociology course to Armstrong students. Dr. Alison Hatch, a professor who teaches both sociology and gender studies, teaches the new 4000 level sociology course, “Service Learning and Civic Engagement.” Service learning is a teaching and... Continue Reading →

‘Portraits: Group Show:’ 4-Artist collab to grace Gallery Espresso in April

Rachel Little, Staff Writer Portraits of masked wrestlers, disfigured faces, and even some friendly faces will decorate the walls of Savannah’s Gallery Espresso from March 30, 2016 – May 2 for the exhibit “Portraits: Group Show.” This group exhibition will feature paintings and drawings from four local artists: Chris D’Antonio, Gordon Rabut, Clayton Walsh and... Continue Reading →

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