Varagona wins liferaft debate

On Oct. 10 at 7 p.m., the sixteenth annual Life Raft Debate began. The participants included defending champion biology professor Brett Noerager, sociology professor Steve Parker, mathematics professor Scott Varagona, philosophy professor Steven West and…

Campus to see new developments

Jeter Hall, built in 1915, served as an elementary school for the first 50 years of its existence. After it no longer served the town’s purposes, it was considered to be torn down, but instead…

News in brief

ANNISTON, ALA—An ABC Beverage store was “haunted” by a man dressed as a ghost Wednesday, Oct. 16. The creepy crook broke through the windows of the store around 6 a.m. He ran through the aisles…

Good morning to a reopened government

After around two weeks, the government shutdown has ended. President Barack Obama signed a bill into law that will reopen all government facilities this morning. Read More

Government enters first shutdown in over a decade

For the first time since December 1995, the federal government is in a shutdown. Congress failed to pass spending bills to fund government activities by the Sept. 30 deadline. The main point of contention between…