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Grads Hobbs, Zuchelli to Take Gamecock Spirit into Aviation, Nursing

On Friday evening, many JSU graduates will be on the brink of a new beginning. JSU ROTC Cadet Christopher Hobbs and Autumn Zuchelli will be among those beginning fresh chapters in life.

 
JSU's Joe Morgan Selected for First Oman Alwaleed Fellowship Study Visit

Dr. Joe Morgan, an associate professor in the Department of Physical and Earth Sciences, has been selected as one of several outstanding faculty leaders from the Model Arab League Student Leadership Development Program to take part in first-ever Oman Alwaleed Fellowship Study Visit Aug. 13-23.
 
Cocky Daze, SGA Welcome Week Kick off Fall 2015 at JSU

Attend a block party with the Park Band, connect with fellow Gamecocks at Get On Board Day, even try your hand at trivia or board games during Cocky Daze and Welcome Week 2015.
 
Celebrate Man's Best Friend at 2nd Annual Dog Daze at the Canyon on August 29

In addition to fun activities for your pet, this year's event will feature a special treat for humans: a live noon performance by the bluegrass and folk jam group Gypsy Begonias.
 
JSU Cheerleaders, Cocky Get Gold Bid to Nationals

They may root for the red and white, but today they’re golden. Last week at Myrtle Beach, the JSU Cheerleaders and Cocky sealed a Gold Bid for their second consecutive trip to Nationals.
 
Lightning Strike Causes Some Campus Phone Outages

Due to a lightning strike during Monday night's thunderstorms some areas of the JSU campus are currently without phone service. We are working with our vendor to resolve the issues as quickly as possible.
 
Meet JSU's Elite Eight

While many high school students dream of attending college for free, for eight incoming freshmen at JSU, the dream is becoming reality.
 
Spirit on Mountain Street Set for Aug. 27

Eat! Give! Cheer! JSU and the City of Jacksonville have teamed up to present the 10th annual Spirit on Mountain Street festival on Thursday, August 27, at 6 p.m. outside the main entrance to the JSU Stadium. Admission is $1 and proceeds benefit the Jacksonville Christian Outreach Center, a charitable organization that supports the city’s needy.
 
Retired Business Professor George Trivoli Passes Away

Dr. George Trivoli, retired eminent scholar for the JSU College of Commerce and Business Administration, died on August 12 in Bradenton, Florida. He was 81 years old. Born in Pittsburgh, the U.S. Army veteran earned a Ph.D. from the University of Virginia. After a distiguished career as a college professor, he retired from JSU in 1998.
 
Housing Move-In Day on August 22

Students are headed back to campus this weekend before the fall term kicks off next week. Here's everything you need to know to make Move-In Day a success - even if you are a faculty or staffer.
 
Welcome Class of 2019 at Freshman Convocation

Campus is invited to Freshman Convocation on August 25 to welcome the freshman class into the JSU Family.
 
Meet Dr. John Beehler: JSU's Freshman President

A first generation college student, Dr. John Beehler never thought he would one day become a college president. He took over the reins as JSU's top administrator on July 1 and is loving life so far on the Friendliest Campus in the South.
 
Kellie Pickler to Perform at JSU Stadium

Farmer's & Merchants Bank will present country star Kellie Pickler in concert on August 29, 7 p.m., in JSU Stadium. Admission is free and open to the public.
 
Civic Chorale Seeks Voices

The Calhoun County Civic Chorale is warming up for its 2015-2016 season and is looking for new singers to round out the ensemble. The first rehearsal is August 31, 7:15 p.m., at the Mason Hall performance center at Jacksonville State University and interested singers are invited to come learn more about the group.
 
JSU Helps Raise Spirits and $9K for Area Needy

More than $9,200 was raised for families in need at the 10th annual Spirit on Mountain Street festival held at JSU on Aug. 27.
 
Ten JSU Classrooms Get A New Back-to-School Look

Students are returning to campus to find classrooms have been redesigned into collaborative, state-of-the-art learning spaces.
 
JSU Awards 367 Degrees at Summer Commencement

Three hundred sixty-seven candidates for graduation crossed the stage to receive their degrees during Jacksonville State University’s Summer 2015 Commencement exercises on Friday, August 7 at JSU Stadium.
 
Celebrating with the Southerners

The Marching Southerners are back on campus and gearing up for a spectacular 2015 season. This year's show will celebrate the university's proud history and promising future.
 
JSU Fans Invited to Suit Up for College Colors Day Sept. 4

On Fridays, JSU fans wear red. This Friday, there is even more incentive to suit up in JSU gear because Sept. 4 is College Colors Day!
 
Listen, Look and Learn at the Little River Canyon Center

Are frogs your favorite or do you find butterflies more beautiful? Is your perfect weekend written in the stars or found underground? Join experts in fields such as biology, ecology, astronomy, lepidoptery and archaeology for unique, free learning opportunities at the Little River Canyon Center.
 

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