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Cooper stresses fitness

Posted on 01 October 2013

ASHLEY TRAWICK, news editor atrawick@gru.edu Craig Cooper’s passion as a professor and physical therapist has assisted a great deal of students who are athletes, kinesiology majors or just want to improve their health. Before his time as an assistant professor in the health and kinesiology department at Georgia Regents University, Cooper earned his undergraduate degree […] Continue Reading

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Former NFL star speaks at KROC Center

Posted on 24 September 2013

JORDAN WILLIAMS, sports editor jwill143@gru.edu On Sept. 19, four-time Super Bowl champ Terry Bradshaw made an appearance at the KROC Center for The Salvation Army’s 2013 “Doing The Most Good” annual dinner. Every year the Salvation Army hosts a dinner, but this year marked the inaugural “Doing The Most Good” dinner, and it was the […] Continue Reading

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Sports

Players give back

Posted on 24 September 2013

REBECCA PERBETSKY, staff writer rperbets@gru.edu A Day of Service is a way for Georgia Regents University, as a whole, to give back to the community. According to an email sent by the president of Georgia Regents University, Ricardo Azziz, in 2009 Congress designated a National Day of Service and Remembrance to take place in September. […] Continue Reading

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Arts & Life

Addiction: Coping with alcoholism

Posted on 24 September 2013

NIKKI SKINNER, production assistant nskinner@gru.edu The term “alcoholic” is one that can be used too loosely nowadays. Alcoholism is when the body becomes dependent on alcohol and is a long-term problem people struggle with for years, according to the alcohol abuse helpline Alcohol Addiction’s website. Statistics show many who begin drinking before age 15 are […] Continue Reading

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Opinion

Undergraduate SGA recruits you

Posted on 24 September 2013

AMANDA BRYANT, undergraduate SGA president abryant9@gru.edu Are you looking for a way to do more with your college career? Do you have ideas that you feel would be useful if someone would just listen? Do you want to be a leader on campus and help people with their concerns? If you answered yes to any […] Continue Reading

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Opinion

Haiku sees motion in stillness

Posted on 24 September 2013

RICHARD ADAMS, staff writer radams99@gru.edu When one reads a haiku about rain, it is quite easy to forget that it was written from the perspective of having been subject to the rain; I mean that, in haiku, for the winter rain to have been written about, it must have rained and the poet, somehow, must […] Continue Reading

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Editorial

Facing an internal competitor

Posted on 23 September 2013

Advertising is a tough business. You have to make sure your prices are competitive with industry rivals while still maintaining a profit for your business. In the real world, it’s brutally cutthroat in the ad business – you either sink or swim. Competitors swoop in behind your back to swipe the deal you thought you had made, promising lower prices for the same […] Continue Reading

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News

Views on campus tobacco ban vary

Posted on 23 September 2013

AMY THORNE, contributor athorne@gru.edu Some Georgia Regents University students and Summerville residents have been struggling with adjusting to the new tobacco ban. Since it commenced in August, the ban has caused the school’s cigarette-smoking community to find various alternative areas to smoke. Shellie Smitley, a junior communications major, said she has struggled to stop smoking. She normally smokes at least three times during classes from the time she […] Continue Reading

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Arts & Life

“The music of a people who will not be slaves again”: Le Chat does Les Mis

Posted on 14 September 2013

MINDY WADLEY, copy editor mindyawadley@gmail.com   Do you hear the people sing? If you’re at Le Chat Noir’s production of Les Miserables, you will. Le Chat Noir, a theater and cocktail lounge in downtown Augusta, Ga., opened its eighth season with the critically-acclaimed musical Sept. 13 to a sold-out audience. Longtime fans of the musical, which […] Continue Reading

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Sports

Search for men’s golf coach continues

Posted on 06 November 2013

By AMY THORNE, correspondent athorne@gru. edu For the past month, women’s golf Head Coach Kory Thompson has been busy coaching both the men’s and women’s golf teams until the Athletics department finds a replacement. Former men’s golf Coach Kevin McPherson announced in September he was resigning his position at GRU Augusta to take over as the […] Continue Reading

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