Halloween for the commoner

The week is upon us. It is the week when people all over the world are finalizing costumes, buying more candy than necessary and ensuring the front porch light is bright enough to see from the street.

It’s nice to

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Turn Out for What?

On Tuesday, November 4 there is a huge election that will impact college students all across Alabama. But it isn’t a presidential election, and the lack of high-profile candidates is causing college students to wonder why they should take the



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


JSU defeats Tennessee Tech 49-3

Jacksonville State defeated Tennessee Tech 49-3 on last Saturday to make six wins in a row for the Gamecocks.

The Gamecocks’ offense had 335 rushing yards and 261 passing yards to make a total of 596 offensive yards.

The defense


Despite loss, JSU Soccer clinches spot in OVC Tournament

JACKSONVILLE – Southeast Missouri spoiled Jacksonville State’s senior day with a 3-0 win, but not all was lost with the result as the Gamecocks clinched a spot in the Ohio Valley Conference Soccer Tournament after Sunday’s results around the league.