JSU looks to start Athletic Training Masters Program

Kaitlin Fleming, Editor in Chief

After 14 years of athletic training at Southside High School, Chris Clark recently became a full-time professor of Kinesiology at Jacksonville State University in July of 2019.

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Hot Take: “JSU officials misunderstand what is genuinely valuable…”

James Waller, News Correspondent

As knowledge of Jacksonville State University’s contract renewal with Sodexo’s food service has become public, I have noticed a worrying trend in the attitude cultivated by JSU’s officials. As of this fall semester, JSU’s undergraduate student enrollment is the highest it’s been since 2012, and JSU officials are motivated to appeal to this expanding student body by creating an environment in which the students feel content. But, I believe JSU officials misunderstand what is genuinely valuable to a collegiate.

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Review: Netflix releases new movie ‘Holiday in the Wild’

Alyxxis JonesA&E Correspondent

Out with the horror of October and in with the romance of November. The beginning of November marks the official start of, what college students like to call, “cuffing season.” What would be a better way of celebrating the cold weather than sitting in your room binge watching a holiday romance movie? One film that viewers should watch this season is the Netflix original “Holiday in the Wild.” Directed by Ernie Barbarash, the movie was set to be released the 1st of November 2019. “Holiday in the Wild” relates to most Hallmark style films. It’s upbeat, and always pushing the cast in a positive way.

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Men’s basketball falls short in season opener

Josie HowellSports Editor

On Tuesday, Nov 5, the Gamecocks traveled to Dallas, Texas to face off against Southern Methodist University in their season opener, and while this was anyone’s game, the Gamecocks fell behind and came up short at the end with a final score of 74-65.

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