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The Jepson Center Hosts Free College Night

The Jepson Center Hosts Free College Night

February 14, 2018

By Laura Weyman, Staff Writer On Saturday Feb. 10, the Jepson Center opened its doors after hours to all college students, with no charge for admission. In addition to having access to Jepson’s permanent...

Alumni Spotlight: LLP Graduate becomes Telfair's PR Coordinator

Alumni Spotlight: LLP Graduate becomes Telfair’s PR Coordinator

September 8, 2016

By Anna Osbourne, Staff Writer Armstrong alumna Llana Samuel graduated in May 2016 with a degree in English and Professional Communications. Her Communications degree has started to pay off, earning...

New LED lights were added to the Sports Center parking lot after the 2015 Campus Night Walk.
(Photo by Llana Samuel)

Facility Services sees largest turnout for third Night Walk

April 20, 2016

Emilie Groover, Staff Writer Continuing to address safety issues concerning lighting around campus, the Office of Facility Services hosted their third campus night walk on the eve of April 7. For the...

Georgia Rho Chapter of Sigma Alpha Epsilon receives charter

Georgia Rho Chapter of Sigma Alpha Epsilon receives charter

April 16, 2016

Llana Samuel, News Editor After colonizing at Armstrong in September 2013, the Georgia Rho chapter of Sigma Alpha Epsilon finally received their charter last week, making them officially part of the...

Brothers of the Pi Kappa Alpha fraternity pose with some donations at their homeless camp outside the student union.
(Photo courtesy of Julius Rodillas )

Pi Kappa Alpha goes 48 hours homeless, donates to City Mission

April 7, 2016

Llana Samuel, News Editor Members of Pi Kappa Alpha (PIKE) lived in unfavorable conditions for 48 hours this weekend to raise awareness and donate to the homeless community in Savannah. The fraternity...

New Sexual Misconduct Policy replaces all USG policies

New Sexual Misconduct Policy replaces all USG policies

April 1, 2016

Llana Samuel, News Editor This month, the state of Georgia Board of Regents passed a new University System of Georgia Sexual Misconduct Policy. The new policies come after the USG Campus Safety Initiative,...

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

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

March 24, 2016

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...

SGA candidates: Know them before you vote them

SGA candidates: Know them before you vote them

March 23, 2016

Emily Smith, Editor in Chief Llana Samuel, News Editor Candidates for the 2016-2017 Student Government Association executive board debated March 9 and 10 before spring break. Online elections are now...

National Condom Month: No Glove? No Love

National Condom Month: No Glove? No Love

February 11, 2016

Llana Samuel, News Editor As more and more people turn to dating apps and swap dinner and movies for Netflix and chill, the worn out message about safe sex remains: wrap it up. With February being National...

Students line up to dress for success

Students line up to dress for success

February 4, 2016

Llana Samuel, News Editor The fifth annual Clothing Closet, hosted by Career Services, saw one of their biggest turnouts in students. Over 40 volunteers assisted students with finding a free professional...

This week in world news

This week in world news

February 1, 2016

  Winter storm Jonas is causing a ruckus along the East Coast, halting travel plans, stopping Broadway shows and burying whole towns in snow. The storm caused a riot of its own down south, sending...

Signs at the entrance of Armstrong’s dining facility direct students on how to take advantage of the to go option. Jan. 19. (photo by Elizabeth Rhaney)

Pirates can now dine on the go

January 21, 2016

Llana Samuel, News Editor Armstrong students and staff can now get their meals to go from the Galley. The new dining option began this semester but was not advertised because it is still in its testing...

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