On January 8, 2015, multiple Grammy nominated pianist, Dr. Allison Brewster Franzetti, opened JSU’s eighth annual Foothills Piano Festival in the Mason Hall Performance Center. Organized by Dr. Wendy Freeland of the music department, the Foothills Piano Festival is an
Arts & Entertainment
When the month of November rolls around, everyone gets excited about the Thanksgiving holiday. Most people focus on all the mediocre luxuries and overlook the value and meaning of why Thanksgiving is even considered a holiday.
As a society, we
On November 11, 2014, spectators from around the campus and community had the opportunity to see a performance by the David L. Walters Department of Music Jazz Program.
The four Big Bands presented their repertoire to the audience with musical
At 7 pm, on Thursday, November 13, 2014, the Jacksonville State University Drama Department will begin its weekend long presentation of Agatha Christie’s “The Mousetrap” at the Stone Center.
“The Mousetrap” is based on Christie’s short story “Three Blind Mice,”
Last Friday night, several Greek organizations presented their 2014 Homecoming Step Show.
The Homecoming Step Show was hosted by the National Pan-Hellenic Council.
When asked what people normally get out of attending a step show, two of the judges were
It’s that point in the semester, again.
Everyone is down to their last brain cell, papers and projects are due, and Turkey Day just can’t get here fast enough.
Lucky for JSU students, SGA will be hosting a Skate Party
This past weekend, my sister and I decided to have some quality sibling time by carving pumpkins.
Now, most people would carve their pumpkin in the traditional sense with triangle eyes and noses, and a smiling mouth with about three
Last Wednesday night, the JSU Jazz Department presented their Fall Jazz Showcase, featuring guest artist Lester Walker on trumpet.
The biggest theme apparent in this particular performance was the amount of trust shared between the students and their directors or