Now that October has begun, the Augusta-Richmond County Public Library has started preparing for the event that honors everyone’s favorite story set in a galaxy far, far away: Star Wars Reads Day.
Star Wars Reads Day is a family-friendly national literacy initiative that was started in 2012 by Lucasfilm. Star Wars Reads Day is held in several cities across the country, such as Los Angeles, Calif., and New York City, N.Y., to celebrate all things Star Wars Continue reading “Star Wars Reads Day is out of this world”→
Six contestants from Augusta University competed in the second annual Miss Augusta Scholarship Pageant in the Maxwell Theatre on Friday, Sept. 29.
Friends and family gathered to support the students in the running to be Augusta University’s representative in the Miss Georgia pageant, which will take place in June. A scholarship is awarded to Miss Augusta who will attend future events such as Final’s Feast and Homecoming. Continue reading “Miss AU scholarship pageant becomes a tradition”→
AUGUSTA, Ga. — Gov. Nathan Deal signed House Bill 280 on May 4, 2017, and the bill commonly known as “campus concealed carry” became a reality on Jul. 21 at the state’s public universities and colleges.
On Sep. 19, the Augusta University Student Government Association (SGA) held a forum in the JSAC Ballroom to discuss the new law for the campus with students and faculty. Augusta University Director and Chief of Police James Lyon, AU Deputy Chief Jasper Cooke, Georgia State Rep. Jodi Lott, and Georgia State Sen. Harold Jones composed a panel to inform and educate students, faculty, staff, and the general public.