Feeding online consumerism

Almost everyone in my generation has been exposed to the world of online shopping. This could be coined as the age of Amazon.

Why is this? Several things are the cause of it. First of all—and this is possibly the

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JSU Honors Program gets new director

Times are changing for the Honors Program here at Jacksonville State University.

Last fall, Dr. Steven Whitton stepped down as the director of the program to return to the classroom full-time.

Whitton started the program about five years ago with


Alabama’s fight to bear arms

Any red-blooded Alabamian knows that there is a deep Southern tradition rooted in the fundamental right to keep and bear arms. 

In fact, most Americans recognize the significance of the Second Amendment to the United States Constitution. But for those


Tough debut for Grass ends with a loss

The Gamecocks lost 45-7 to the Spartans in the debut of new head coach John Grass. 

It was clear to see that the Jacksonville State Gamecocks were outmatched by the Spartans of Michigan State. Michigan State is the defending Big



Gamecock Volleyball off to slow start

The JSU volleyball team suffered a pair of hard losses to the No. 16 ranked Michigan State Spartans and the Southeastern Louisiana Lions last Saturday.

The losses came on the last day of the UAB/Samford Volleyball Challenge that took place


Gamecocks late rally falls short against Samford

JACKSONVILLE – The Jacksonville State soccer team put together a second half comeback, but Samford thwarted the Gamecocks’ late surge to escape with a 3-2 decision on Friday night in the 2014 home debut for JSU.

JSU dropped to 1-2