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Graduate students host open-house in Ramona Wood

Students looking to further their education had the opportunity to visit JSU’s Graduate Open House on November 18, from 3:30-5:30 p.m. inside Ramona Wood Hall.

The fair was put on by Curriculum and Instruction, which provides both undergraduate and graduate


Southerners’ surprise proposal

Kara Mullinax, the head drum major of the Marching Southerners, will be humming a new tune in the months to come: “Here Comes the Bride.”

Last Friday night, after the Southerners gave a special performance of their 2014 show for


O’ Brother’s, where art thou?

With the announcement that Brother’s Bar is for sale, Jacksonville could be at risk of losing a piece of history over the course of the next few months.

Dan Nolen, owner and co-founder of the bar, opened the hotspot in


Getting Linked: Business 101

The sixth semiannual Get Linked event took place Monday, November 10 at the Jacksonville Hampton Inn, bringing students from JSU as well as Jacksonville locals interested in business to the meeting to gather advice from local experts.

Get Linked offers


To vape or not to vape?

What is “vaping?” Originally intended for current adult smokers that wished to continue enjoying their nicotine habit at a reduced risk, electronic cigarettes, also known as personal vaporizers or electronic nicotine delivery systems (ENDS), are battery-powered vaporizers.

While simulating the


Cleaning up their act: JSU switches to foaming liquid soap

Something peculiar has been happening on campus recently—the shiny, chrome boxes beside the mirrors on the bathroom walls that produced a fine white powder are being replaced. It has been a quiet process, with hardly any publicity or student knowledge,


Man shot at Coliseum Apartments

24-year-old David Daniel McBrayer was shot and killed by a Jacksonville police officer Tuesday night outside of Coliseum Apartments after approaching officers with a knife, sources say.

In a phone interview Wednesday, Jacksonville Police Chief Tommy Thompson said that police