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The George-Anne Media Group

The student led, student read news organization at Georgia Southern University

The George-Anne Media Group

The student led, student read news organization at Georgia Southern University

The George-Anne Media Group

Sorority Fallout:

Sorority Fallout:

Emmalyne Roper, Co-Editor-in-Chief November 10, 2023

On Aug. 28, 2023, following a large decrease in membership, partially credited to allegations made by former chapter members claiming racial profiling and misconduct from Phi Mu advisors and other members,...

A Look Into the District Six Candidates and Their Plans for Student Engagement

A Look Into the District Six Candidates and Their Plans for Student Engagement

Kylie Bacot, Senior Reporter November 7, 2023

The Inkwell interviewed three candidates running for the District 6 seat, the district which the Armstrong campus falls under, to understand their plans for enhancing the Southside and increasing student...

Student recoiling from rubbing alcohol applied after haircut session

Pictured: Charles Nwanna

MOVE Barbershop Talk

Christina Charles, Photographer/Staff Writer November 3, 2023

The Memorial College Center was buzzing with conversation, laughter and clippers on Oct. 30 at the annual Barbershop talk hosted by MOVE, an organization under the Office of Multicultural Affairs. MOVE,...

Professor Karla Jennings in her office.

Faces of Armstrong

Kadiel Rosario, Staff Writer October 31, 2023

Karla Jennings, breast cancer survivor and communications lecturer on Armstrong Campus, advocates for the power of vulnerability, both in overcoming the fear of public speaking and in building community. Jennings...

Senior biochemistry and English double major Alex Reese

Armstrong Welcomes Burning Swamp

Christina Charles, Staff Writer/Photographer October 27, 2023

Eight students faced the fire at Armstrong’s first annual burning swamp open mic on Oct 20. “It’s all about building community,” said host Benjamin Drevlow.” It’s always magic at Burning...

Faculty’s Perspective on Coping with AI in Arts and Humanities

Riley Merritt, Feature Writer October 24, 2023

“I can’t go toe-to-toe with AI... in the same way that I can’t go toe-to-toe with a speeding car for feats of strength,” said Philosophy professor Jack Simmons. “It’s just going to run me over.”  Without...

Will Bicknell a freshman majoring in Music Industry.

Armstrong Community Gathers for Celebrate Together 2023

Hundreds of Georgia Southern students, employees and Savannah-area residents attended the annual Celebrate Together event on the Armstrong campus. Attendance was high at the start of the event, which...

Idaly Lopez B freshman in Studio Art riding the mechanical bull

Photo Gallery for Celebrate Together 2023

Christina Charles, Staff Writer & Photographer October 19, 2023

Dan Lanier (IT Manager for Armstrong)

Armstrong Students Share Opinions on the Intercampus Shuttle

Jabari Gibbs, Co-Editor-in-Chief October 17, 2023

Since the beginning of the fall semester, the intercampus shuttle averaged 205.6 weekly riders departing from Armstrong, with students citing various reasons for using the service. Introduced in August...

Armstrong Student Participates in Protest Photo Gallery

Christina Charles, Photographer October 17, 2023

Editor's Note: The article titled "Armstrong Student Participates in Protest Photo Gallery" has been removed from the website out of concern for the safety of those involved in the protest. We apologize...

Burning Swamp makes its way to Armstrong

Burning Swamp makes its way to Armstrong

Kylie Bacot, Managing Editor October 13, 2023

Burning Swamp will make its way to the Armstrong campus for the first time ever. Burning Swamp is a monthly open mic event that allows students to read poetry, tell stories or share any of their written...

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