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Premier parking is coming to ABAC Place apartments

By Prue Benson News Intern Reserved parking may be coming to students living at ABAC place who meet certain requirements. Housing plans to unveil a new program they have dubbed “premier parking”. This program will reserve select parking spaces for individual students who live at ABAC Place. To qualify, students…

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Hours cut back at Academic Achievement Center

By Ashley Smith and Gerron Green Staff Writer and Editor ABAC students in need of tutoring may find the Academic Achievement Center (AAC) to be shorthanded and open fewer hours in the coming months because of efforts to reduce marginal spending by the program. According to Kim Talley, supervisor of... Read More »

ABAC students taking shoes to children in India

By Marcus Grant Staff Writer Shoes are a common commodity for many of America’s children in both rural and city areas. In our present society, most children own multiple pairs of shoes in different styles for different occasions. This isn’t the case for children of Pragpur Village, located in the... Read More »

A concerned student on gun control.

Joseph Schriefer General estate planning attorney In a recent edition of The Stallion, an individual addressed their concerns about a recent vote by the ABAC Student Government Association to support current house bill 29 in the Georgia legislature, among others, which would lawfully allow firearms to be carried on college... Read More »

Phi Theta Kappa starts collecting soda tabs

By Kaitlyn Cawley Staff Writer BAC’s chapter of Phi Theta Kappa Honor’s Society is launching a fundraiser to collect soda pop tabs across campus for the month of February. Each department will have designated canisters to be used for collection. The school that collects the most tabs will receive goodies... Read More »

With new antenna, ABAC radio will return soon

By Prue Benson News Intern Expect to be able to tune in to 103.1 FM very soon. If everything remains on schedule, WPLH 103.1 should be broadcasting over the air again sometime this week. Professor Keith Perry, the faculty adviser for the station, said, “Now the next step is to... Read More »

The Stallion’s back and he’s black

By Beverly Manning Lifestyles Editor Crane operators lowered a new bronze stallion into its home outside of Branch Student Center on Monday, Jan. 28, as part of the renovations to the front of campus. Many students have inquired as to the whereabouts of the golden horse that once stood tall... Read More »

New focus and opportunities brought to ABAC Place with the addition of Stafford Hall

Kaitlyn Cawley Staff Writer The deans of the Stafford School of Business, Dill and Susan Driscoll, have started a new project for ABAC students—Stafford Hall, a housing unit dedicated to students with an interest in business. This “hall” will be located on the second floor of the 100 building of... Read More »

Students enjoy new dining hall, show it by lingering after meals

By Prue Benson News Intern Last semester, Donaldson Dining Hall received its long awaited renovation, much to relief of students and faculty of ABAC. Records show little difference in the number of students eating in the dining hall; however, many students immediately noted positive changes. The types of food offered... Read More »

ABAC begins penalties for not wearing ID badges

The new ABAC ID policy is in full effect and it’s already made a splash on campus. Student opinions vary on the issue with some saying that they are completely OK with the new policy while others continue to see it as intrusive, to the point of calling it racist... Read More »