Calhoun County EMA receptionist and JSU student Karen Way is opening a thrift store called White Rabbit in Jacksonville on Saturday, November 7, at noon. The thrift store is located just off the square on 114 Clinton Street SE —
Emmett C. “Baldy” Wilson Jr., the ‘father’ of Cocky, died on Monday, at 93 years old. According to his obituary in The Gadsden Times, Wilson was a member of the J Club that petitioned to change the school colors and
The annual Smoke Out Arthritis took place on the Theron Montgomery Building lawn on Thursday, October 8. The sisters of Alpha Omicron Pi put on the event and raised $4,700 for the Arthritis Research Foundation. They sold barbecue plates, hosted
As with anything, the American education system is riddled with faults and flaws. With a system responsible for the future of America itself, the problems must be identified and changed. Children deserve a chance at the future, and right now
The Pete Mathews Coliseum now offers a new environment for visitors and fans alike after a $2.1 million renovation.
Featuring seating with added comfort and new flooring, the Coliseum will now be “one of the top venues in our conference,”
In a time where nearly every person owns a smartphone, social media and technology play a crucial part in daily life. Often the almost dependent usage of technology is heralded as a bad thing, yet it is here to stay
Candle lit tables and rose petals, dimmed lights and mood music and the Vice President of Student Senate calling, “Anyone lookin’ for a bae for Valentine’s Day?” awaited students as they entered the TMB Auditorium for the Student Government Association’s
The sixth semiannual Get Linked event took place Monday, November 10 at the Jacksonville Hampton Inn, bringing students from JSU as well as Jacksonville locals interested in business to the meeting to gather advice from local experts.
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