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THE ULTIMATE FINALS PLAYLIST

THE ULTIMATE FINALS PLAYLIST

April 28, 2016

Bradley Mullis, A&E Editor Finals are just around the corner and it’s important to have an appropriate accompanying playlist to emphasize all of the different stages the average student will experience...

An assortment of “curiosities” at Graveface. (Phot by Melanie Gibson)

Graveface Records and Curiosities participates in Record Store Day

April 27, 2016

Melanie Gibson, Staff Writer At 6 in the morning, the line outside of Graveface Records and Curiosities at 40th and Bull Street stretched to the corner of the block. By 8, it was around the building....

Mike McGinnis takes a step away from the microphone to pound out another heavy riff.
(Photo by Bradley Mullis)

Fight Amp returns to Savannah for booming show

April 27, 2016

  Bradley Mullis, A&E Editor Philadelphia based Fight Amputation (or Fight Amp, for short) is a band that has been rumbling around in Savannah for years with their own particular brand of thunderous...

Oatland Island hosts yearly Sheep Shearing

Oatland Island hosts yearly Sheep Shearing

April 7, 2016

Bradley Mullis, A&E Editor Savannah’s Oatland Island Wildlife center is well-known for its myriad exhibits featuring animals from all over Georgia. Goats, pigs and cows dot the center’s compound...

Preparing for TechFest: A Breakdown

Preparing for TechFest: A Breakdown

April 7, 2016

Bradley Mullis, A&E Editor TechFest 2016 is right around the corner this year and the event is just as jampacked as it always is during its small three and a half hour slot. Sponsored by the Computer...

Graphic Design majors present senior show: A ‘Bazaar Concept’

Graphic Design majors present senior show: A ‘Bazaar Concept’

April 1, 2016

Bradley Mullis, A&E Editor The Senior Showcase for students graduating with a Bachelor of Fine Arts degree was held in the Fine Arts Gallery. The exhibition featured work from the five graphic designers...

Snapshot: Savannah Stopover at a glance

Snapshot: Savannah Stopover at a glance

March 25, 2016

By Bradley Mullis, A&E Editor As soon as Spring Break started, we headed downtown to check in with the great boys and girls who were handling all of the behind-the-scenes efforts of Savannah Stopover. The...

New local radio station WRUU brings community together

New local radio station WRUU brings community together

February 4, 2016

Bradley Mullis, Arts and Entertainment Editor In an ever-growing attempt by public entities seeking to expand the reach of public voice in the community, local organization Savannah Surroundings has...

Spring forward: New look, call for staff

Spring forward: New look, call for staff

January 21, 2016

Emily Smith, Editor in Chief The spring semester is already off to a fresh start in more ways than one at The Inkwell. Not only do we have a dashing new look, but we also have a dashing (somewhat new)...

Armstrong a top choice for military personnel

December 7, 2015

Bradley Mullis, Arts and Entertainment Editor Armstrong works to create a campus experience specifically designed to cater to all active/reserve military personnel and retired veterans.  Initiatives...

Boat Parade lights Savannah River

December 7, 2015

Bradley Mullis, Arts and Entertainment Editor The efforts of Savannah’s Harbor Foundation ended November with a bang as the procession of 35 decorated vessels traveled down the Savannah River for the...

Any Otherwise members Justin Therrell and Kevin Gornichec perform at The Bomb Shelter.

Local Talent Spotlight: Danielle Leonard and The Bomb Shelter

November 5, 2014

Bradley Mullis, Arts and Entertainment Editor Danielle Leonard lives a relatively average life, with one exception: She runs the Bomb Shelter, the largest all-ages D.I.Y venue in all of Savannah. Leonard...

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