The ins & outs of the local art & culture scene

The ins & outs of the local art & culture scene

A handy resource is the ART MAP SAV. Produced by the Arts Resource Collective of Savannah, it’s a comprehensive guide to the galleries and studios in the area.

How to see shows in Savannah when you're not 21

Here in the birthplace of Big Boi and Baroness, there are many opportunities
SAVANNAH is a town with a rich history of hip-hop, jazz, metal, blues, rock, roots, and more.

Bikes and College 101

Executive Director of the Savannah Bicycle Campaign keeps us on the straight and narrow
YOUR ARRIVAL in this city was detected over the weekend, new and returning SCAD students. The townspeople of Savannah assembled on Facebook to discuss your impact on the length of the checkout lines at the Gwinnett Street Kroger Store and the level of disarray on the shelves at Target.

Aquaponics at Armstrong

Students research the future of sustainable farming
The plants suck up all the nitrates and other nutrients from the fish waste and clean the water, and electric pumps circulate the fresh water back to the tanks. This closed loop uses an estimated five percent of the water of traditional agriculture and can yield bigger specimens of fresh vegetables in less time.

SSU’s WHCJ-FM keeps alternative music alive—and commercial free

42 years and several upgrades later, the station's 6,000 watts cover all of Chatham County at 90.3 FM
WHEN IT launched in 1975, Savannah State University’s radio station, WHCJ-FM, broadcast at only 10 watts, just strong enough to cover SSU’s campus on the city’s eastern reaches.

Real talk on your first year of school

While you're in college there are going to be some parties that you will always remember for the rest of your life, just make sure they're unforgettable for the right reasons and not just out of regret.

Want more A's? Get more Zzz's!

Brighter Day sponsors free lecture on natural ways to improve sleep on Sept. 26
STUDIES SHOW that Americans are sleeping less than ever, and college students are most deprived of decent rest, averaging just six hours a night. There’s always an excuse to put off the pillow—from study sessions to part-time jobs to epic parties—but there’s even better reason to bed down.

The New Georgia Southern: Frequently Asked Questions

How will Armstrong/Georgia Southern merger affect students?
THIS PAST January, the University System of Georgia Board of Regents voted to consolidate two area universities, Armstrong State University and Georgia Southern University. The decision was swift and made without input from either university’s population, leading to a lot of questions that have yet to be answered.

Smoke Cartel’s on fire

Launched with $600 in 2013 from Sean's living room, the company now employs several dozen people locally
I'M NO guidance counselor, but if I were to offer any words of advice for young people, I’m pretty sure they would not be to drop out of college and start a bong company.

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