Red, white and green: JSU’s annual Arbor Day event promotes tree-friendly campus

Katie Cline, Editor-in-Chief Jacksonville State University celebrated Arbor Day on Thursday, February 16 with a ceremony on the Meehan Hall lawn. JSU was named a Tree City USA Tree Campus in 2012, and the university has held an annual event each year to reaffirm its commitment to a beautiful campus and a healthy environment. "Arbor … Continue reading Red, white and green: JSU’s annual Arbor Day event promotes tree-friendly campus

West leads Gamecocks over Georgia Tech

Grant Benefield, Staff Reporter In their Wednesday matchup at Georgia Tech, the Gamecocks defeated the Yellow Jackets 7-1. Gamecock pitcher Taylor West shut down the Yellow Jacket, taking a no-hitter into her sixth inning of work. After surrendering two hits to start her sixth frame, pitcher Whitney Gillespie took over in relief. West finished with eight … Continue reading West leads Gamecocks over Georgia Tech

Knowledge over fear: reptiles slither into biology department curriculum

JoAnna Mitchell, Staff Writer JSU received some special scaly visitors this Monday in Martin Hall room 111. Dr. George Cline of the biology department invited Corey of the Alabama Herpetological Society  to bring a few of his 50 slithering friends to meet the herpetology class. The goal was to introduce students to some of the … Continue reading Knowledge over fear: reptiles slither into biology department curriculum

2017 Student Research Symposium Winners

Winners of JSU’s 2017 Student Research Symposium were announced at 4 p.m. on the 11th floor of the Houston Cole Library following the conclusion of the symposium. The symposium ran Tuesday, February 14 to Thursday, February 16. Six awards were given out: Best Artwork Design; Best Presentation in English, Undergraduate Paper; Best Presentation in English, … Continue reading 2017 Student Research Symposium Winners

Student Research Symposium puts spotlight on students

  Alexander Cooper, Staff Writer Jacksonville State University held its student research symposium on the 11th floor of the Houston Cole Library this week. The seminar lasted from Monday, February 14th to Thursday, February 16. Students presented throughout the day with and featured presentations on various research topics at regular intervals. The seminar has been … Continue reading Student Research Symposium puts spotlight on students

“The Vagina Monologues” unites clubs and communities

Katie Cline, Editor-in-Chief Alpha Psi Omega (APO), Women’s Issues, Support and Empowerment (W.I.S.E.) and the Sociology Club of JSU will be hosting a benefit reading of “The Vagina Monologues” by Eve Ensler on February 23 and 24. Proceeds will benefit 2nd Chance Inc., a local domestic violence and sexual assault prevention and response center. “This … Continue reading “The Vagina Monologues” unites clubs and communities