The Armstrong Campus Alumni Center hosted a True Blue Open House on June 21 to introduce Georgia Southern Alumni to the Armstrong Campus.
Interim President Shelley Nickel threw out the honorary first pitch and Georgia Southern alumni reconnected at Georgia Southern Day at the Atlanta Braves this past summer.
Earlier this fall, hundreds of alumni gave back to the community on Saturday, Sept. 22 during the National Day of Service.
Armstrong Pirates Basketball Athletic Hall of Fame member Ron “Skippy” Hancock (‘74) launched his new book, Armstrong Basketball: A Journey through the Glory Days, on May 10 at the Armstrong Campus.
On June 25, Georgia Southern University’s Savannah Office of Alumni Relations hosted the Golden Graduates Luncheon, an annual tradition that brings together graduates of Armstrong’s original downtown campus, in the Student Union Ballroom on the Armstrong Campus.
The Always Strong Celebration was held at the Armstrong Campus on June 1. More than 250 Armstrong faculty and staff were celebrated with the unveiling of The Wall of Honor, which remembers the best of Armstrong. The wall plaque is housed in the Alumni Center on the Armstrong Campus in Burnett Hall.
The Augusta Southern Women Wine Tasting and Silent Auction, benefitting the Southern Women Scholarship was held Aug. 17 at Cork and Flame in Evans, Ga. The benefit raised more than $2,500. More than 60 Augusta area alumni and friends enjoyed the evening.