JSU town hall addresses plans for parking, dining hall

Miranda Prescott, Correspondent

The Student Government Association at Jacksonville State University hosted a town hall meeting on Wednesday, February 5. Students were given an opportunity to meet with JSU administrators and the SGA to answer their questions after the quarterly Board of Trustees meeting last month.

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Try out one of these Valentine’s Day date ideas

Breanna HillArts & Entertainment Editor

The day filled with love has once again come upon us, and for those who have significant others and special loved ones are faced with the task of coming up with an unforgettable, seemingly perfect evening. There are several ways to make Valentine’s Day memorable this year, and luckily, if you don’t have a big budget for this event there are a couple ideas that could cost less than $10 and still knock the socks off your guy or gal. Here are some fun, inexpensive date ideas for the beloved holiday:

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Gamecocks defeat UT Martin in weekend games

Kyle Davie, Correspondent

On Thursday, February 6, the JSU men’s basketball team traveled to Southeastern Missouri State University to play the Redhawks. The Gamecocks lost the contest by four points with a final score of 76-72. The following Saturday, the Gamecocks then faced off against the University of Tennessee-Martin that resulted in a much-needed victory for the Gamecocks with a final score of 75-61.

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Trump acquitted on impeachment charges

Madison BaileyCorrespondent

The impeachment trial of President Donald J. Trump came to a close when he was acquitted of two impeachment charges by the Senate on Wednesday, February 5. The two impeachment articles sent from the House were for abuse of power and obstruction of Congress.

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