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Armstrong students outraged over possible merger with GSU

January 9, 2017

Emily Smith, Editor in Chief University System of Georgia Chancellor Steve Wrigley plans to recommend the consolidation of Armstrong State University and Georgia Southern University for consideration...

Consul General of India discusses Indo-American relations

November 17, 2016

Alyssa Schiffman, Staff Writer From Nov. 2–4, Armstrong held the 2016 Symposium on India with many events throughout campus to honor and celebrate Indian culture. The Symposium kicked off Wednesday...

New Latina Sorority Comes To Armstrong

November 3, 2016

Alyssa Schiffman, Staff Writer Greek life at Armstrong is again expanding and diversifying with the introduction of the newest potential chapter of Lambda Theta Alpha (LTA) Latin Sorority, Incorporated. Founded...

Local Humane Society prepares for kitten season with shower

Local Humane Society prepares for kitten season with shower

April 28, 2016

Alyssa Schiffman, Staff Writer As the school year winds down and finals come to a head, many students will breath a sigh of relief. But while they sigh with relief, the staff and volunteers at the Humane...

Housing throws annual Block Party for residential students

Housing throws annual Block Party for residential students

April 28, 2016

Alyssa Schiffman, Staff Writer Last Thursday, students flocked to the end-of-the-year Housing Block Party held outside of Windward Commons. Hosted by Housing and Residence Life, the event thanks students...

Visiting professor answers question 'Do  African-American studies matter?'

Visiting professor answers question ‘Do African-American studies matter?’

April 1, 2016

  Alyssa Schiffman, Staff Writer Armstrong’s African-American Studies Program brought in some outside help to answer a very serious question this past week. Emerging scholar and assistant professor...

Housing spaces receive updates

Housing spaces receive updates

March 25, 2016

By Alyssa Schiffman, Staff Writer The multipurpose rooms inside Windward Commons and the Compass Point Clubhouse underwent a series of updates over spring break. Both facilities received new furniture...

Female athletes celebrated at ‘Women in Sports’ luncheon

Female athletes celebrated at ‘Women in Sports’ luncheon

March 24, 2016

By Alyssa Schiffman, Staff Writer On Thursday, March 10, faculty and students alike gathered in the Student Ballroom for the third annual Women in Sports Luncheon. Held as a collaboration between the...

Novelist John Holman to Visit Foxy Loxy Café

Novelist John Holman to Visit Foxy Loxy Café

March 3, 2016

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...

NFL steroid investigation adds extra element to Super Bowl 50

NFL steroid investigation adds extra element to Super Bowl 50

February 4, 2016

Alyssa Schiffman, Staff Writer As the Denver Broncos and Carolina Panthers prepare to face off in the Super Bowl in Santa Clara, California, the NFL is conducting an investigation into the alleged use...

Armstrong Athletics gives back through Military Appreciation Day

Armstrong Athletics gives back through Military Appreciation Day

January 30, 2016

Alyssa Schiffman, Staff Writer Armstrong displayed their dedication to honoring local veterans, current service members and their families at Saturday’s Military Appreciation Day, where the Pirate basketball...

Many museums to offer free admission for Super Museum Sunday

Many museums to offer free admission for Super Museum Sunday

January 30, 2016

Alyssa Schiffman, Staff Writer Georgia’s rich culture will be on display this year as over 40 historic sites, art museums, house museums, cultural institutions, education, and wildlife centers throughout...

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