How-to: surviving midterm madness

This week marks the official Fall 2014 midterm. With only six weeks of class left until finals week, it’s time to buckle down or enjoy the rest of the ride until December. For freshman, this could be the first time

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Headphone review: earbuds can be nothing but a bust

What university student doesn’t enjoy listening to music in at least one of its endless forms? Music is an entertainment medium that goes hand-in-hand with the college experience like no other form of entertainment. It can somewhat alleviate the boredom

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Remembering AEA Chief Paul Hubbert

If I were to go around campus and ask students what they thought of AEA, they’d probably give me that college student glossy-eyed-question-mark-face that we’ve all had before. But the reality is, the AEA has likely left a stamp on

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Freshmen Forum tie-dyes T-shirts on Dillon Field

Dillon Field was filled with the sounds of music and celebration last Thursday as members of Freshman Forum got together to throw their own Tie-Dye party. Each Freshman Forum member brought their own white t-shirt to color. To dye the

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Honors Program holds first “meet and greet”

This past Friday, October 10, under the string-light glow of the Alumni House, Jacksonville State University’s Honors Program celebrated their first, and hopefully annual, “Meet and Greet.” Here, graduates, Elites and current members of the JSU Honors Program gathered around

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Rush’s hat trick leads JSU to victory

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Jackie Rush was the superstar of Sunday’s soccer game as she propelled the Jacksonville State Gamecocks to their seventh season win last weekend for their domination over the Eastern Illinois Panthers. The win makes four out of five home game

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Volleyball suffers first loss in OVC

The JSU volleyball team came into their Saturday afternoon game against Belmont undefeated after a sweep of Tennessee State, but left with their first conference loss of the season. On Friday night, the Gamecocks met Ohio Valley Conference opponent Tennessee

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