“These Shining Lives” to hit stage and hearts of JSU

By Katie Cline Editor-in-Chief The year is 1922. The Radium Dial Company has just opened in Ottowa, Ill. The women who work there are paid eight cents for every watch they paint, and they’re ecstatic about it. They don’t know

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Red Flag rally raises dating violence awareness

Photos and Story by Rachel Read Staff Writer On Tuesday, Oct. 11, the Red Flag Rally returned to JSU after a six-year absence. Tiny red flags were scattered across the TMB lawn to show support and spread awareness of recognizing

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JSU extinguishes the Flames

By Daniel Mayes Staff Writer In their final non-conference test of the season, the Jacksonville State Gamecocks traveled to Lynchburg, Va. and extinguished the Liberty Flames 48-19. The win increased the Gamecock’s record to 3-1, with their only loss coming

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Gamecocks off to undefeated start in OVC

By Rebekah Hawkins Staff Writer The JSU volleyball team picked up their second straight OVC win over the weekend in a Saturday battle against Eastern Kentucky. JSU started their OVC play at home versus Morehead State on Friday evening. The

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Pottery show displays historic pieces

By Collins Maroa Staff Writer The third annual Cleburne County Pottery show was held this past Saturday at Jacksonville State University’s Cleburne County Mountain Center in Heflin. The show was held to display the unique pottery that exists in Cleburne

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To the Moon and back: video game has more depth than most

By Taylor Mitchell Special to The Chanticleer What would a person give for their last wish to be granted? What if one’s life ambitions could be reached in their final moments? To achieve this is the job of Dr. Eva

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Coffee Break at the International House

Brittany Robertson  Staff Writer On Tuesday, September 27, the International House held its annual Coffee Break event. The event is put on once or twice a month by the students of the house. Each individual Coffee Break has a theme.

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