On the weekend of Feb. 24 and 25, KSU hosted the American Mock Trial Association’s regional tournament, bringing almost 25 different school teams together on KSU’s campus.
Katherine Knudsen is a volunteer for the team, a KSU professor who...News
SGA has decided to change SGA Week to SGA Month because they feel they can have a higher quality of events if they spread them out rather than try to squash them into one week. They will be having roughly one event per week during the month of April.
There will be one week where the SGA representatives of each College will host an...News
The Department of Student Life will host an ice cream social and giveaway to kick off nominations for the Golden O’s Owl’s Choice Awards.
The event will be held from 12:30 p.m. to 1:30 p.m. on Feb. 29 in the University Rooms- on the first floor of the Student Center. KSU students are welcomed to free Bruster’s Real Ice Cream and...News
In a Haze
On Feb. 11 at 11:40 a.m., an officer was dispatched to the Public Safety Lobby in reference to an accident. The complainant told the officer that the previous day, Feb. 10, he was walking at Marietta Drive and North Service Street when he was hit by a gold colored, four door Sedan. He did not get the tag number and only...News
Professor of Voice and Music Literature and Director of Vocal Studies at KSU, Dr. Oral Moses, and Daniel Gale from the Temple Beth-El in Birmingham, Alabama presented “Songs of Struggle, Songs of Faith: Celebrating the African-American and Jewish Musical Traditions” last Sunday, Feb. 19 at the Dr. Bobbie Bailey and...News
Rumors of schedule changes confirmed and denied
Many students around campus have heard rumors about schedule changes taking place in the fall. Dr. Ken Harmon, provost and vice president for academic affairs, has confirmed some suspicions and denied others.
Harmon confirmed that there will be scheduling changes taking place fall 2012,...News
On Feb. 24 and 25, KSU will host the Dr. Helen S. Ridley Regional Mock Trial Tournament for the second consecutive year.
Twenty-six teams, hailing from seven states and many universities including Emory, Duke, Mercer, KSU and others, will compete against each other in the competition. KSU alumni and past mock trial coach Katherine...News
KSU will host its second annual symposium with the U.S. Army War College’s Strategic Studies Institute Feb. 23 and 24. The keynote address will be delivered by Former German Defense Minister Karl Theodor zu Guttenberg and Former Chief of Staff for Colin Powell, F. William Smullen III.
The symposium is a forum to discuss conflict...News
KSU’a Museum of History and Holocaust Education will premier its newest exhibition, Beyond Rosie: Women in World War II, on Thursday, March 1 at the KSU Center, in recognition of Women’s History Month.
Rosie the Riveter’s story expresses how women whose lives were affected by the war, specifically concentrating on women who worked...News
Both former Massachusetts governor Mitt Romney and Texas congressman Ron Paul declined their invitations to the March 1 presidential debate in Atlanta, which led CNN to cancel the event entirely.
Despite CNN cancelling what would have been a major event for the state, Georgia continues to prepare for its upcoming primary on March...News
Looking Both Ways?
An officer was dispatched to 1305 Chastain Rd on Jan. 27 at 8:30 a.m. in reference to a pedestrian being hit by a vehicle. The complainant told the officer that the vehicle was a Gator with the number 79 on it. The officer observed mud on her left pant leg and her left shoe, prompting him to ask her if her...