Exclusive Interview: The Chanticleer talks to Republican Incumbent for Alabama’s 3rd Congressional District, Mike Rogers

On Friday October 12, The Chanticleer’s Scott Young interviewed Incumbent and Republican candidate for Alabama’s 3rd Congressional District, Mike Rogers. The Chanticleer’s interview with Democratic nominee Mallory Hagan can be found here. Scott Young: What are some more recent accomplishments you’ve made in the House of Representatives and how have they benefited your constituents? Mike Rogers: Well, one of the things I’ve been working on … Continue reading Exclusive Interview: The Chanticleer talks to Republican Incumbent for Alabama’s 3rd Congressional District, Mike Rogers

JSU hosts three new art shows

Sydney Spencer, A&E Reporter This past Thursday on October 4th, there was an art gallery for faculty of Jacksonville State University as well as the artist Mark Bueno. The art of the faculty was displayed in Hammond Hall while Mark Bueno’s art was displayed in the Round House Gallery. Art ranged from paintings, sculptures, live art, and pop art. The 2018 Faculty Show had all types … Continue reading JSU hosts three new art shows

Solo: Worth a watch for theater boycotters

Daniel Mayes, Editor-in-chief  First of all, I’ll give a little disclaimer. I’m a huge Star Wars fan, and I’ve loved all the new movies with Disney at the helm (including The Last Jedi). So, if you want to dismiss my opinion now based on that knowledge and go about your day, then I wouldn’t blame you. Still here? Cool. Solo: A Star Wars Story is … Continue reading Solo: Worth a watch for theater boycotters

Exclusive Interview: The Chanticleer talks to Democratic nominee for Alabama’s 3rd Congressional District, Mallory Hagan

  On Sunday October 7, The Chanticleer’s Scott Young talked to Democratic nominee for Alabama’s 3rd Congressional District, Mallory Hagan. Incumbent and Republican candidate Mike Rogers has agreed to an interview as well, which will be shared at a later date. Scott Young: Yesterday, as you know, Brett Kavanaugh was confirmed to the Supreme Court. I believe the margin was 50-48, and this was all … Continue reading Exclusive Interview: The Chanticleer talks to Democratic nominee for Alabama’s 3rd Congressional District, Mallory Hagan

Jo Jo’s creates Cajun connection in Jacksonville

  Quadarius Whitson, Staff Writer Jacksonville residents no longer have to go on a road trip to find authentic Cajun flavors. Recently opened Jo Jo’s Po’Boy Shack is located on 1725 Broadwell Mill Road, which is a near 5-minute drive from JSU’s campus. Owners, Shane Weaver and Dianna Weaver recently opened this Cajun inspired restaurant looking to bring something “different” to the Jacksonville area. “You can’t … Continue reading Jo Jo’s creates Cajun connection in Jacksonville

‘Our’ Home’s in Alabama: Benefit concert raises over $1 million for JSU

Daniel Mayes, Editor-in-Chief Wednesday’s Alabama & Friends Disaster Relief Benefit Concert for JSU raised over $1.2 million dollars for the tornado relief of Jacksonville State University. Thousands of country music fans and members of the JSU community braved a dreary, wet afternoon to contribute to the cause and listen to some of their favorite bands. Due to ticket sales and a “sizable” donation from band … Continue reading ‘Our’ Home’s in Alabama: Benefit concert raises over $1 million for JSU

JSU soccer suffers defeat from Murray State

Garrett Sanders, Sports Writer Up next for the Gamecocks after a day of rest would be against Murray State. This is a team that had dominated the OVC winning the conference the year before and dominated so far this season. For the Gamecocks once again, they couldn’t hold possession of the ball. Murray State had the ball in the Gamecock defensive side all game long. In … Continue reading JSU soccer suffers defeat from Murray State