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Baylee Morris, Special to the Chanticleer Claims of sexual harassment appearing in the media is nothing new. It seems to be an issue that is seen in almost every news headline in recent months. On Wednesday, February 21, the students of JSU set out to make this issue a little more prevalent and to see … Continue reading Unity Meeting hosts #HereToo sexual harassment panel
Grant Benefield, Staff Sports Reporter After opening the season with a three-game sweep over Southern Illinois, Jacksonville State suffered its first loss of the season at the hands of the Samford Bulldogs 9-3. The Gamecocks (3-1) struggled mightily at the plate on Tuesday night in Samford (2-2), notching just two hits total—both by Gamecock catcher Nic Gaddis. Samford on the … Continue reading Gamecock baseball falls to Samford
By Chris Allen Brown/Associate Editor Leah Strain didn’t have to continue playing basketball following her anterior cruciate ligament (ACL) tear during the summer before the 2015 season. Strain, one of the most prolific prep basketball players in Alabama history, could’ve hung up her shoes and ankle braces to focused all of her time on … Continue reading Strain deserves credit for basketball expectations
By Chris Allen Brown/Associate Editor Malcolm Drumwright has been through it all during the last four years. At a school, not only 2,000 miles away from his home in Rancho Cucamonga, Calif., but also a football powerhouse trying to establish itself inside a basketball conference, Drumwright has helped do what many believe would be impossible … Continue reading Brown: Drumwright is the leader the Gamecocks needed
Grant Benefield, Staff Sports Reporter Gamecock baseball opened its 2018 campaign in convincing fashion with a three-game sweep over Southern Illinois by scores of 7-4, 10-9, and 6-0, in which the Gamecocks hit seven total home runs. JSU kicked off its season Friday afternoon in Choccolocco Park in Oxford. Sophomore first baseman Andrew Naismith delivered … Continue reading JSU baseball goes deep for opening series sweep
Logan Arnwine, Staff Sports Reporter Jacksonville State fell once again to Austin Peay Feb. 17, 57-60 in Clarksville, Tennessee, marking their third straight loss. Before these three defeats, Jacksonville State (18-11, 9-7 OVC) had not lost back to back games yet this season. In each loss, the Gamecocks lost both the turnover and three-point shooting … Continue reading JSU falls to Peay for third straight loss
Katie Cline, Editor-in-Chief Jacksonville State University proudly celebrated the 25th year of its Student Research Symposium from February 14-16, 2018. Students from every school participated at both the undergraduate and graduate level, competing for the ultimate prize of Best in Showcase. This year was the first year for the Best in Showcase award, and the grand … Continue reading Student Research Symposium marks 25 years
Katie Cline, Editor-in-Chief “Look around this campus. Can you imagine what this campus would look like without trees?” Jacksonville mayor Johnny Smith asked the crowd that gathered by Bennett Field. On Thursday, February 15, Jacksonville State University celebrated Arbor Day with the planting of an Overcup Oak tree near the newly christened Marching Southerners practice field. … Continue reading Arbor Day celebration is “tree-mendous”
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