Katie Cline, Editor-in-Chief As we got ready for our stories about domestic violence this month, I read a lot of statistics—and none of them were pleasant: “1 in 3 women and 1 in 4 men have experienced physical abuse from an intimate partner in their lives,” “1 in 5 women and 1 in 71 men … Continue reading Putting faces to statistics
Rebekah Hawkins, Associate Editor Two words. Two very small words. Together they form a thought meant to give power to anyone who has been harassed or assaulted. In the wake of the sexual assault and harassment allegations brought on film producer Harvey Weinstein, actress Alyssa Milano posted on Twitter and asked for anyone, women or … Continue reading Me Too
JoAnna Mitchell, Staff Reporter Two U.S. citizens are among the 276 dead following a devastating terror attack on the Somalian capitol city of Mogadishu last Saturday, October 14. Three hundred more bystanders were left injured after a member of the militant group al-Shabab drove a truck filled with explosives into the city which was crowded with … Continue reading Two U.S. citizens dead in Somalia terror attack
Grant Benefield, Chanty Sports Reporter Jacksonville State volleyball has been dominant at home this season, starting out 8-0 in Pete Mathews Coliseum in 2017. But keeping that perfect home record alive would be a difficult task when the Gamecocks took on the OVC-leading Austin Peay Governors on Sunday. The Governors (19-4, 7-1) showed just why they're … Continue reading Gamecocks suffer first home loss of season against Austin Peay
Timothy Cash, Sports Editor Jacksonville State accomplished something no other Ohio Valley Conference team has been able to accomplish: win 27 consecutive conference games. The 41-25 win came over Eastern Kentucky, who held the previous record of 26 straight from 1992 to 1995, in front of 18,045 fans at Burgess-Snow Field. “I think this is a … Continue reading Gamecock Football breaks OVC record with win over EKU
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Editor's Note: The title is a mashup of famous songs from Chris Cornell, Tom Petty and Chester Bennington. The songs are “In the End”, “Black Hole Sun” and “Into the Great Wide Open” Rebekah Hawkins, Associate Editor One of the things I remember about my childhood and early teenage years was the surprising lack of … Continue reading In the Black Open Sun: Reflecting on the lives of Tom Petty, Chris Cornell and Chester Bennington
Cassidy Smith, Staff Writer JSU's International House and Programs hosted a “Support Muslim Students” webinar on Tuesday, October 10 in the Houston Cole Library. This presentation focused mostly on how to keep college campuses safe and inclusive of our Muslim students. The two distinguished speakers were Dr. Amer F. Ahmed, an Intercultural Diversity Consultant, and … Continue reading Webinar discusses Islamophobia on college campuses
Katie Cline, Editor-in-Chief Hey, 17-year-old-Katie, Your life is on the cusp of change—as you’re all too aware. You’re afraid of the unknown: where you’ll go to college, if you’ll make friends, if your new friends will replace your current ones, if you’ll ever find anyone who makes you as happy as your best friends … Continue reading Somebody that I Used to Know (Part 3)
Read the New York Times article profiling the victims here.