How to (not) lose a guy in 10 games (a response)

Rebekah Hawkins, Associate Editor So, the other day I was browsing Saturday Down South. One of my favorite college football blogs and usually a very good source of information and interesting reads. However, the other day I came across this. It's an article called "How to (not) lose a girl in 10 games" written by Chris … Continue reading How to (not) lose a guy in 10 games (a response)

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“These are the things I stole”: In defense of DACA

Cristian O. Contreras, Special to the Chanticleer A lot of people are wondering why I'm reposting old pictures. Here's why: Below are pictures of things I've stolen. These are things I stole from fellow Americans. I stole a diploma to a 4 year institution. I committed a crime by cheating the system. Instead of taking out … Continue reading “These are the things I stole”: In defense of DACA

Somebody that I Used to Know, Part 1: You will find the love you deserve

At 17 you had a warped view of how love was supposed to be. You thought that arguing, name calling, and the occasional slap to the face or pulling of limbs just happened in a relationship when you had disagreements. You thought that you could change that person who was broken, but you didn't realize … Continue reading Somebody that I Used to Know, Part 1: You will find the love you deserve

From the editor’s desk: reflections of my first year

Katie Cline, Editor in Chief One year. Almost to the day. That’s how long I’ve had the job of editor-in-chief. When I was hired last April, I didn’t know what to expect. I didn’t know that I’d start thinking on a week-to-week basis. I didn’t know that I’d start measuring the semester in newspapers. I … Continue reading From the editor’s desk: reflections of my first year

I Love Basketball: Following JSU’s run to the NCAA Tournament

https://twitter.com/DMayes34/status/842814510603915265 Daniel Mayes, Staff Writer I love basketball. I am a big fan of all sports and consume sports media at a somewhat-maybe-probably unhealthy level, but something about basketball sets it apart from the others for me. However, as a 5-foot-9-inch, un-athletic student at Fyffe High School (yes, it is a real place), my basketball … Continue reading I Love Basketball: Following JSU’s run to the NCAA Tournament