AU’s Deane Williams reaches high to block another shot against Queens; the Jaguar had nine blocks in the final game of his career. (photo by AU Athletics)
By Leeroy Francis Jr. |
Charlotte, N.C.—The magical season of the 16th-ranked Augusta University men’s basketball team has come to an end, as the Jaguars had their 15-game win streak snapped on Tuesday, March 19, in the NCAA Division II Southeast Region championship by No. 10 Queens University, 91-78, in the Levine Center.
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Associate professor Matthew Buzzell discusses Academy Award-winning “Network” with students at Augusta University. (photo by St. Julian Cox)
By Justin Little |
The Department of Communication at Augusta University held a screening of the 1976 film “Network” this past Friday in the TVC lab as a part of the week-long event Future of the First Amendment.
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Student performers Kayla Johnson (L) and Rachel Visintainer practice for the upcoming play “Moving Photographs” by Melanie O’Meara. (photo by Edgar Miles)
By Sabrina Nacci |
The AU Department of Communication and Theatre Augusta’s spring production of “Moving Photographs: A Vanishing Georgia” opens Thursday, March 21, at the Maxwell Theatre at 7:30 p.m.
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Tyvez Monroe (13) fires a pass during AU’s 93-89 overtime win over USC Aiken in the regional semifinals. (photo by AU Athletics)
By Leeroy Francis Jr. | Sports editor
The Augusta University men will take on Queens University in the final of the NCAA Division II Southeast Regional on Tuesday, March 19, at 7 p.m. at the Levine Center on the Queens campus in Charlotte, N.C.
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Communication lecturer Will Bryant discusses freedom of religion during the Future of the First Amendment Symposium at Augusta University. (photo by Caleb Miller)
By Caleb Miller |
William Bryant, a communication lecturer, gave a presentation about religion in schools as it relates to the First Amendment at Augusta University on March 14.
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Gene Policinski says the freedoms enshrined in the First Amendment offers a way for a democracy to self-correct. (photo by Cameron Miller)
By Cameron Miller |
Gene Policinski, chief operating officer of the Freedom Forum Institute, visited the JSAC Ballroom on March 13 to speak about the importance of the First Amendment, especially for journalists.
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David Howe, who spoke about dogs on World Anthropology Day, works for the the Veterans Curation Program in Augusta. (photo by Tamaria Alexander)
By Tamaria Alexander |
Fun fact: There is a national day dedicated to anthropology. World Anthropology Day, held on Feb. 21, brings awareness to this form of scientific study and all that it has to offer. Augusta University hosted a guest speaker, David Howe, in honor of World Anthropology Day. The topic of his Ted Talk focused on the history of dogs and their domestication.
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Tyvez Monroe (13) led Augusta to an overtime win over USC-Aiken with seven three-pointers. (photo by Viraj Bulla)
By Leeroy Francis Jr. |
The magical season for the 16th-ranked Augusta University Jaguars continued on Sunday, March 17, with a 93-89 overtime thriller over arch-rival USC Aiken in the second round of the NCAA Division II Southeast Regional at Queens University in Charlotte, N.C.
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Deane Williams (24) had yet another double-double to help Augusta defeat Francis Marion in overtime. (staff photo)
Staff report |
CHARLOTTE, N.C.—The 16th-ranked Augusta University men’s basketball team outscored Francis Marion 13-6 in overtime to gain a 77-70 win over the Patriots in the first round of the NCAA Division II Tournament at Queens University’s Levine Center.
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The Cardboard City in front of the Maxwell Theatre. (photo by Madeline Burgin)
By Madeline Burgin |
The Augusta University Summerville campus was empty on March 2 of most signs of life, except in front of the Maxwell Theatre. Upon arrival, the first thing one might have noticed was all the cardboard boxes.
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