JSU presents Steel Band and Latin Ensemble in concert

  Hannah Ashford, Staff Reporter JSU’s Latin Ensemble and Steel Band performed on Tuesday night at the Mason Hall Performance Center. The Latin Ensemble is under the direction of Dr. Andy Nevala and the steel band is under the direction of Dr. Tony McCutchen. The Steel Band contains varying types of steel drums. These including … Continue reading JSU presents Steel Band and Latin Ensemble in concert

There’s no place like Wonderland: APO performs Lewis Carroll and L. Frank Baum crossover

  JoAnna Mitchell, Staff Writer This April, join JSU’s own Alpha Psi Omega (APO) chapter for their whacky performance of Joseph Robinette’s “Dorothy Meets Alice.” Written in 1990 and based on a musical by Robinette and Karl Jurman, this fun little play mixes the worlds of Wonderland and Oz to take viewers of all ages … Continue reading There’s no place like Wonderland: APO performs Lewis Carroll and L. Frank Baum crossover

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

Simulation shows real consequences of driving under the influence

Dustin Fox, Staff Writer On Wednesday, March 15, students were given the opportunity to experience a new way to learn the effects of driving while distracted or under the influence of alcohol. Arrive Alive sponsored a booth on the quad at Jacksonville State where students were invited to participate in a simulation using a real … Continue reading Simulation shows real consequences of driving under the influence

Waffling about what to do after college? JSU offers career lecture for Waffle House

  JoAnna Mitchell, Staff Writer “Waffle House? Really?” According to Inman Dubberly, the area Vice President, this is the usual response he receives from people as a recruiter for the company. It is easy to overlook Waffle House as a business opportunity despite its ubiquitous nature here in the south. There seems to be one … Continue reading Waffling about what to do after college? JSU offers career lecture for Waffle House