ATMAE Robotics club hosting car show

Jacksonville State University Robotics team will be hosting a car and bike show on September 27th, beginning at 10 a.m. near the intersection of highways 204 and 21.

The JSU Robotics team is trying to raise money to attend the


JOT performs never-before-seen opera

“You have attended the world premiere of an opera.” With those words, Dr. Nathan Wight of the Jacksonville State University’s Department of Music closed the recent performance by the Jacksonville Opera Theatre (JOT). On September 13, 2014, JSU’s JOT performed


When in Rome

Do you dream of far off places? Or gladiator battles? Would you like to see the world and maybe even get some college credit along the way? You have the perfect opportunity to do just that and more next May.


2014 Elite Honors Scholars presented to President

This Tuesday on the 11th floor of the Houston Cole Library the 2014 Elite Honors Scholars were officially introduced into the program and presented before President Meehan.

Here at JSU, the Honors Program helps provide academically gifted students with an



Functioning reality and unreal fantasy

Do television and movies cross a line when it comes to portraying realistic events? Is our escape from the “everyday” destroying our ability to think clearly about our own lives?

We have been having this ongoing discussion in my Media


A note on partisanship

Four years ago, in my high school government class, I learned about a political party that existed very briefly in American history and has since helped shape my worldview on politics and government.

The Populist Party, otherwise known as the