James King, Correspondent
Star Wars: The Last Jedi is the most divisive film in the main canon of the franchise. To say that it split the fan base would almost be an understatement. Ever since this movie came out fans have been arguing whether it’s the best or the worst the franchise has put out. Now personally I do have my problems with it, but I feel that it’s a bit overzealous to say that this is a bad movie by any metric. Though, I feel that this movie is all about subverting your expectations as a Star Wars fan, taking what you know about the franchise and flipping it on its head.
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Scott Young, News Editor
Dr. Kingsley O. Harbor, a professor of communication at Jacksonville State University, announced his plans to retire after 17 years of working for the department. His retirement will take effect at the end of 2019.
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Ashleigh Crouch, Correspondent
In October, a woman filed a lawsuit against JSU claiming that the university interfered with an investigation involving her alleged sexual assault by former JSU basketball player Marlon Hunter in 2017.
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Garrett Sanders, Correspondent
Coming into the 2019 FCS College Football season, the Jacksonville State Gamecocks had very high expectations for the year. The Gamecocks were ranked in the Top 10 in the AP Preseason FCS Poll and were heavy favorites to win the OVC. With 15 combined returning starters on both sides of the ball, the potential was limitless for JSU.
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Madison Bailey, Correspondent
Jacksonville State University held its annual Jacksonville State University in Lights celebration at the president’s house on Monday, December 2.
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