Double reed studio hosts Double Reed Day

On January 30, JSU professor of double reeds and music history, Eryn Oft, and her double reed studio hosted the annual event, Double Reed Day, in Mason Hall.   The main purpose of the event is to allow beginning and

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JSU announces new Center for Autism Studies

The Department of Curriculum and Instruction at Jacksonville State University announced on January 28 that it will be establishing a new Center for Autism Studies. Dr. Janet Bavonese is the center director and head of the Department of Curriculum and

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Women’s basketball wins back home against Tennessee State

The JSU women rode their victory last week against Eastern Kentucky back home and claimed their second consecutive OVC win against Tennessee State. The win gave the Gamecocks a 9-13 record overall and a 4-6 record in OVC play. The

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JSU falls to Tennessee State, 78-53

Jacksonville State (8-17, 4-6 OVC) fell to Tennessee State (15-6, 6-2 OVC) in the headliner of Saturday’s double-header in ‘The Pete.’ The Gamecocks were without leaders Christian Cunningham and Malcolm Drunwright on Saturday night, and were never able to settle

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Primaries begin with a bang

On Monday, Iowa, who holds the distinction of being the first in the nation to cast ballots, held their Democrat and Republican caucuses. In the grand scheme of things, Iowa is, of course, just one state with a fairly small

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Board of Trustees discusses advancement committee

On January 25, Jacksonville State University’s Board of Trustees held its first meeting of the new year at the Houston Cole Library. Following an invocation from President Beehler, each committee spoke of its current affairs and plans for the year.

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JSU Nursing holds open house for new simulation lab

The JSU College of Nursing held their open house for the new Simulation Center and Alacare Home Health and Hospice Suite at the Brookstone Physician Center on Monday. Six computerized medical dummies represent various situations and display medical symptoms to better help

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