Softball finish Citrus Classic with win

Gamecock freshman Peyton Barthel hit her first career home run and sophomore Logan Green propelled the Gamecocks to a 8-1 win over Campbell on Sunday. Barthel’s pinch-hit, three-run homer in the fourth inning broke the game open, while Green cruised in

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Men’s Basketball wins last home game of season

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The Jacksonville State Men’s Basketball team improved their winning streak to three games on Saturday with a 55-50 win over the Tennessee State Tigers. The win improved the Gamecocks to 12-17 overall, 5-9 in OVC play and 11-3 at home.

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JSU Women falls in overtime on Senior Day

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Despite a second chance to win the game in overtime, the Gamecocks could not keep up with the offense of Tennessee State and fell 74-66. It was a rough overtime period as the Gamecocks struggled to get anything together offensively.

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New television alternative could be revolutionary

Television has gone through a variety of stages since its inception. For years, cable and satellite have competed to keep people connected to their favorite TV shows and broadcasts. The internet has become an additional competitor thanks to services such

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Local Jacksonville family competes on Family Feud


Criminal Justice professor Harald Duncan and his family got the chance to experience something few ever do—competing on Family Feud. “You can sit at home and it looks so easy, but when you’re on stage it’s not as easy,” said

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Republican tax hikes or the democratic lottery?

It’s like watching a mouse chase a cat. Alabama governor Robert Bentley, a Republican, has been stumping for weeks now making his case for higher taxes. It seems like some kind of nightmare from a House of Cards episode, but

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Zeta Tau Alpha hosts 45th Big Man on Campus

Zeta Tau Alpha’s held their 45th annual Big Man on Campus competition this Monday, February 16 in the Leone Cole Auditorium. The theme of this year’s competition was “A Pink Tie Affair.” The mock beauty pageant is held by the

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