Jsu inaugurates John Beehler as president

Jacksonville State University inaugurated its 12th president Friday in the Pete Mathews Coliseum, officially recognizing John Beehler and the beginning of his tenure as the university president. “I pledge to give my heart and soul to Jacksonville State University as

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WOW food truck still closed, to reopen in fall

The WOW food truck, stationed in the parking lot outside Stone Center, remains closed and may not reopen until this fall despite recent repairs of damaged equipment. JSU dining services initially closed the truck after it was struck by lightning

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Despite weather, Cockystock offers music, arts and craft activities

The JSU SGA held its annual Cockystock April 6 on the front lawn of the TMB. The event consisted of numerous activities — indoor and outdoor — for the student body and included free pizza and sodas as well. The

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Delta Zeta raises awareness for hearing loss with talent show

Delta Zeta hosted a talent show April 6 as a part of their “Learn2Listen” week, which spread awareness on campus about hearing loss and the its causes. The admission fee for the show was $5 and the proceeds were donated

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Roger Ingram performs at JSU Jazz Festival

JSU held its fifth annual Jazz Festival Friday at Leone Cole Auditorium, TMB Auditorium and Mason Hall Performance Center on Friday, April 8. The David L. Walters Department of Music sponsored the event. The festival featured four jazz bands, six

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JSU Flute Studio hosts first Gala Recital

The JSU Flute Studio held their first ever Studio Gala Recital Sunday. Dr. Jeremy Benson, professor of flute studies at JSU, directed the recital. The studio will sometimes “do a flute ensemble concert each semester, but that specific concert was

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One last layout: reflecting on my days as Chanticleer editor

This is my official goodbye to an old friend. I started working at The Chanticleer when it had a few hundred likes on Facebook and a big office in Self Hall. Even though the office is smaller now, the likes

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