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Campus Programming & Publications

Campus Union Board

Check out what the Campus Union Board (CUB) has planned for entertainment on campus. This energetic group of volunteers works hard to make sure you have opportunities for fun! From big time music acts like Gym Class Heroes and Maroon Five to comedians, speakers and novelty items, they are ensuring you have great college memories.

The Inkwell

Opportunities for professional writing and publication are available by contributing to the student newspaper. Contact Jeremiah Johnson- Editor-in-Chief: chief.inkwell@gmail.com.

Calliope

Armstrong's student literary and art journal allows you to obtain publication for your original short stories, short poems, and visual art. The Calliope advisor is Dr. Christopher Baker.

Undergraduate Journal of History

This online journal edited and produced by undergraduate students at Armstrong dedicated to promoting undergraduate students’ research interest in history. Dr. Hongjie Wang from the Department of History is the faculty advisor. All inquiries should be directed to the editors at AASUHistoryEditors@gmail.com.

NEWS:

Read More Student Government Association Dedicates Campus Memorial to Late Students, Faculty and Staff

(October 5, 2017) – In a midday ceremony at the Armstrong State University Student Union Fountain yesterday, the Student Government Association (SGA) dedicated a memorial plaque in memory of all late Armstrong students, faculty and staff.

Read More Armstrong French Club to Host 9th Annual Francophone Film Festival Feb. 16-18

(February 7, 2017) – Armstrong State University’s French Club will host the 9th Annual Francophone Film Festival Feb. 16-18 at the Ogeechee Theatre in the Student Union, located at 11935 Abercorn St. The festival will screen five French-language movies with subtitles covering a wide range of themes and issues. All screenings are free and open to the public.

Read More Armstrong Celebrates Black Heritage Month

(February 7, 2017) – This year’s celebration will feature a wide range of events, from timely lectures to a film festival and an Afro-Caribbean cuisine cooking competition. All events are free and open to the public.

Nu Zeta Chapter Donates More Than 2,000 Books to Hodge Elementary

(May 16, 2015) — The Nu Zeta Chapter of Kappa Delta Pi, part of the College of Education at Armstrong State University, recently handed out more than 2,000 books to Sarah Mills Hodge Elementary School students in Savannah in connection with Literacy Alive! 

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