Six ways you can help Hurricane Ida victims today

Emily Ford, Correspondent

Over the weekend, New Orleans was devastated by category four Hurricane Ida, which hit Louisiana on the 16th anniversary of Hurricane Katrina with 150 mph winds and flood levels that reached twenty inches. The impact was

Meet the editor: Abigail Harrison

Abigail Harrison, News Editor

Hello everyone! My name is Abigail Harrison, and I am the News Editor of The Chanticleer this year! I am a junior at JSU, and I am majoring in English with a concentration in professional writing

Second Ayers Chair, Lloyd Dobyns Jr. dies at 85

Breanna Hill, Editor in Chief

Lloyd Dobyns Jr., the second Ayers Chair, died at the age of 85 on Sunday, August 19. According to his son, Ken Dobyns, he passed away in Mebane, N.C. following stroke-related complications.

Gamecock offense struggles against in-state foe UAB

Preston Odam, Correspondent

On Wednesday, August 31, Jacksonville State and UAB faced off in an in-state rivalry duel to begin the 2021 football season at the Cramton Bowl in Montgomery, Ala. The Gamecocks were shut out by the stingy UAB

Hot Take: your why and reason

Madison Rudy, Correspondent

Hello, Gamecocks! I hope you are all excited for this new semester we are stepping into and ready for a somewhat normal semester. When I was asked to write this article, I had no idea what to