Armstrong celebrates 192nd St. Patrick’s Day parade in Savannah

By Llana Samuel, News Editor A newly painted pirate ship, students, staff, faculty and alumni took to the streets of downtown Savannah March 17, 2016, for the 192nd St. Patrick’s Day parade. The pirate ship was hand-painted by Armstrong Graphic Designer Wes Johnson and sailed along the parade route with 350 other floats. Green stickers... Continue Reading →

Novelist John Holman to Visit Foxy Loxy Café

Alyssa Schiffman, Staff Writer In a continuing effort to bring important and innovative writers to Savannah and Armstrong, the Languages, Literature, and Philosophy department is pleased to have critically acclaimed author Dr. John Holman present a reading at Foxy Loxy Café tonight, Thursday, March 3, at 7 p.m. Holman originally hails from North Carolina, but... Continue Reading →

Huge success for Sulfur’s Punk Rock Garage Sale

Melanie Gibson, Staff Writer Early Saturday mornings are usually the time for antique enthusiasts and deal-hunters to scour garage sales for knick-knacks, perhaps even finding the occasional nice lamp. This past Saturday was a bit different at Sulfur Studios, which held the very first Dad Joke Punk Rock Garage Sale. Curated by Joshua Sterno, vendors... Continue Reading →

Polls: Sanders ‘political revolution’ to douse off in Ga.

Rolando Zenteno, Staff Writer Young voters feeling ‘the bern’ in the Peach State might see their impact freeze come Super Tuesday. Sanders, bolstered by young, independent and liberal voters, shook Hillary Clinton’s nationwide grip on the Democratic nomination following an avalanche victory in New Hampshire. But in Nevada, the Millennial vote couldn’t balance off a... Continue Reading →

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