Students from Augusta University and Paine College will be collaborating in an African-American hair show. The event begins on Thursday, Mar. 30, at 6 p.m. in the Lee Auditorium at the Health Sciences campus.
In celebration of the first day of spring, the CREW hosted the Holi Festival on Monday, Mar. 20, from 4 to 6 p.m. at the Science Hall field lawn which is known as the “festival of colors” or “festival of love.” Continue reading “The Holi Festival”→
Election day is coming closer and closer for Augusta University and the people running for student government just had their final say.
The Student Government Association (SGA) is starting elections soon and the race is coming to a close. Winners will be announced shortly on Wednesday, Mar. 29, at 5:30 p.m. and the SGA will be under new leadership before the semester ends. Since the date is coming closer and closer, those running for the executive positions decided to give it one final go before letting the voters decides.
Members of Phi Kappa Phi gathered in the JSAC Ballroom to have a meeting of minds on Mar. 8. Students from every department came to share their hard-won knowledge to others and were met with praise.
The honors society of Phi Kappa Phi recently had its 18th Annual Student Research and Fine Arts Conference that was open to the public on a Wednesday afternoon, which was the site of several extraordinary events.
Dr. Pamela Hayward, the leader of the Augusta University chapter, was the presenter of the event.
Ensuring a good education is a job that requires tremendous effort and time with many problems that come along with it. However, there are solutions that can start with the teachers themselves.
A meeting for professors, called the “Solving Educational Problems: Opportunities and Challenges in Innovative Teaching,” was held on Mar. 6 in room 170 of University Hall. The topic was one of great importance to them and for the education of their students. Even a teacher needs to learn something new in order to make sure the education of their students is thorough. Continue reading “Professors make suggestions on teaching methods”→
On the last Thursday of winter, as the weather began to warm, AU students traded their hugs for some cold, refreshing cokes. The #HugMeCoke machine appeared on the Summerville Campus at the Jaguar Student Activities Center patio on Mar. 16. The machine had more than 700 cokes for the coke-loving students and huggers on campus. Continue reading “AU students trade hugs for cokes”→
Dear readers, we’ve done it. The Bell Ringer at Augusta University has finally received a GCPA award.
It’s an award for the “Best Website” category in third place, after attending the 2017 Georgia College Press Association (GCPA) Conference during Feb. 10-11 at Mercer University in Macon, Ga.
The Georgia College Press Association recognizes the grand work of student-run newspapers from colleges and universities in Georgia. Between spring 2016 and spring 2017, I was present for the two GCPA conferences during the newspaper’s major transformation from mainly print to mainly online.
By Kait Fruechting and Jamie Sapp | Staff Writer and Editor-in-Chief
Sherrill on his last year as a Jaguar
After stepping out on the basketball court for the last time as a Jaguar, Keshun Sherrill spoke with The Bell Ringer to give them insight into who he is, what he wants, and what values he holds dear. He spoke of everything from his pregame rituals and things that people do not know about him as well as more serious ideals and values. Continue reading “Q&A with Keshun Sherrill: Sherrill on his last year as a Jaguar”→