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Marsh, Stewart ideas clash in debate before election day

The Justice and Civil Rights Initiative partnered with College Republicans and JSU College Democrats to hold a debate between the State Senate candidates Del Marsh and Taylor Stewart on October 29, 2014 at the Lela Sarrell Learning Center at Wallace


Lights, camera, action

Magic and witchcraft might not be on everyone’s mind now that Halloween is over, but Tuesday night, students could see real magic happen at Longleaf Studios. People weren’t casting spells or riding around on broomsticks. Instead, they were bringing the


JSU’s Writers Bowl bigger, better, and scarier than ever

On Wednesday, October 29, JSU’s English Department hosted its 19th annual Writer’s Bowl Competition. Headed by Steven Whitton, Randall Davis, Katelyn Williams and Christy Burns, this year’s Writer’s Bowl was record-breaking in number. 81 teams from area schools competed,



Flying pies on the TMB lawn

The Public Relations Organization hosted its first of three events for this semester. Pie a PROud Gamecock took place on October 24.

“The organization is working really hard,” says PRO President Rebecca Batchelder. This is Batchelder’s first semester as president



Harvest Festival soon-to-be tradition

If you happened to stumble upon the quad Tuesday night, you would have found yourself amongst miniature superheroes, ghastly ghouls, and candy-eating royalty at the SGA’s Fall Harvest Festival. Celebrating its second year, this event brings together organizations from all