Whether you are studying with classmates, eating lunch with friends, or leaving campus to go home or work, it important that one takes measures to stay safe on and off campus. Even if you are safe in the moment, students at any college or university should learn multiple ways to protect themselves, especially at Augusta University. In addition, as holidays are approaching such as Thanksgiving and Christmas Day, Continue reading “Ten tips on being safe on campus at all cost”→
It was a lukewarm and mildly overcast morning on Saturday, Oct. 21, in Fort Benning in Columbus, Ga.
The air had that perfect level of moisture that dampened the morning grass of the Stewart-Watson Field but did not soak it. The tents and flags set all around were mostly still, and the breeze was faint.
For the second year in a row, the Augusta University men’s basketball team will carry out an exhibition against a notable Division I opponent. The 2016 opener featured a trip to Kansas to battle Wichita State University, a game in which the Jaguars fell by six. Continue reading “Jags to battle Tigers in exhibition”→
Augusta University’s faculty and students gathered in the Maxwell Performing Arts Theatre as President Brooks Keel gave the State of the University Address at noon on Friday, Oct. 20.
The State of the University Address began with introductions by Dr. Wendy Turner, professor of history in the Department of History, Anthropology, and Philosophy; Stephanie Myers, president of the Graduate Student Government Association; and LeDarius Scott, president of the Undergraduate Student Government Association.Continue reading “Keel outlines his plan for Augusta University “→