Study Abroad is more than traveling. There are people who work behind the scenes to makes students’ dreams come true. They help provide the money, travel authorization, process payments and much more. There is a Study Abroad board that consist of faculty members who have been a part of previous study abroad trips. They help organize safe adventures for students and staff. They review program proposals done by faculty professors. Following their approval, Rachel Morris, the office coordinator, reviews the list and provides travel authorization. Continue reading “Rachel Morris’s journey to Study Abroad”→
If you are a student on the Summerville campus of Augusta University, you almost certainly know about the new JagRide Bike Share system available to students. For no charge, you can rent a bike for up to 30 minutes, after which a fee of $5 per hour is applied. After spending 30 minutes on one of the bikes, I can assure you the process is simple and the experience is worth it. Continue reading “Opinion: New JagRide bike rentals are worth your half hour”→
Martin Luther King Jr. Day falls on the third Monday of every new year, and students across the country get to have this federal holiday dismissed from school year after year. Every year we remember and celebrate Dr. Martin Luther King Jr.’s life and achievements as one of the most influential civil rights leaders in history. His various campaigns to end segregation and inequality helped shape the world Americans live in today. Continue reading “Why MLK Day is not just another holiday”→
Leeroy Francis Jr. and Brandon Johnson bring you the wrap-up on the Peach Belt Conference Cross Country Championships from Redcliffe Plantation in Beech Island, S.C. Francis and Johnson talked to AU Coach Adam Ward and women’s fifth-place finisher Micah Weathers. Up next is the Southeast Regional on Nov. 17 at the University of North Georgia. A production of Bell Ringer Media.