The Savannah Tribune Has Your Ticket To Jurassic Quest: October 29th-31st

By Savannah Tribune | October 13, 2021

Win tickets to Jurassic Quest, the most popular dinosaur event on tour, at The Savannah Convention Center from Friday, October 29 to Sunday, October 31, 2021! Post a selfie on our Facebook page and tell us the name of your favorite dinosaur and a fact about them in the caption & win two tickets for use on Friday, Saturday, or … Continue reading “The Savannah Tribune Has Your Ticket To Jurassic Quest: October 29th-31st”

Introducing The 2021 Savannah State Homecoming Court!

By Savannah Tribune | October 13, 2021

The Coronation of Miss and Mister Savannah State University was held on Thursday, October 14, 2021 in the Tiger Arena. After a year’s hiatus for festivities and football at Savannah State, Ottoria Foreman (Miss SSU) and Christian Hill (Mister SSU) were crowned in the ceremony that was live-streamed on Savannah State’s website. 2021 Savannah State Homecoming Court: • Ottoria Foreman, … Continue reading “Introducing The 2021 Savannah State Homecoming Court!”

The Savannah State University National Alumni Association Salutes Their 2021-2022 Queen

By Savannah Tribune | October 13, 2021

Savannah State University National Alumni Association – Savannah Chapter has selected its chapter queen for 2021- 2022; Lenora Moore. Lenora Moore is a native of Liberty County, GA, and the daughter of the late Walter and Jean Quarterman Moore (SSU 1961). She is a 1997 graduate of Savannah State University with a BBA in accounting. She resides in Chatham County, … Continue reading “The Savannah State University National Alumni Association Salutes Their 2021-2022 Queen”

Savannah State’s Homecoming Event Line-Up Announced

By Savannah Tribune | October 13, 2021

Students, faculty, alumni, and the community are preparing for an eventful week in the city as Savannah State homecoming quickly approaches. The official line-up of activities has been released. Events are scheduled to run from October 11th-17th, 2021. Included in this year’s homecoming festivities are a Silent Block Party on Monday, Pep Rally with a performance by artist Slime Life … Continue reading “Savannah State’s Homecoming Event Line-Up Announced”

Homecoming Patrons Must Buy Game Ticket To Access Tailgating Area

By Savannah Tribune | October 13, 2021

Any patrons who wish to tailgate at the Savannah State University Homecoming football game must purchase a game ticket, the Athletics Department announced as part of its new guidelines and protocols. The Tigers host Clark Atlanta for the 2021 Homecoming football game on Oct. 16 at 3 p.m. in Theodore A. Wright Stadium. Ticket sales have been capped at 3,000. … Continue reading “Homecoming Patrons Must Buy Game Ticket To Access Tailgating Area”

PUBLISHER’S NOTE

By Savannah Tribune | October 13, 2021

Important Elections Will Be On The Ballot. The election for Georgia House of Representatives Seat – District 165; municipal elections in Bloomingdale, Garden City, Port Wentworth, Thunderbolt, Tybee Island & Vernonburg; and E-SPLOST – The Education Special Purpose Local Option Sales Tax to support our public schools. Planning To Vote By Absentee Ballot? All Persons, Regardless of Age, Infirmity, or … Continue reading “PUBLISHER’S NOTE”

SSU Announces Rose A. Lanier Brown and Leroy Brown Jr. Endowment Fund

By Savannah Tribune | October 13, 2021

Valerie S. Grant has established a $50,000 endowment honoring her parents, the late Rose A. (Lanier) Brown and Leroy Brown Jr., alumni of Savannah State University. The endowment rewards students enrolled in the university’s College of Sciences and Technology. Eligible candidates include undergraduate and graduate students seeking full-time degrees in the Department of Mathematics or the Department of Engineering Technology. … Continue reading “SSU Announces Rose A. Lanier Brown and Leroy Brown Jr. Endowment Fund”

Nikola Majerova Named Superintendent’s Student of the Month – September 2021

By Savannah Tribune | October 13, 2021

Our featured Student of the Month for the month of September is a seventh grader at Coastal Middle School. She is described as “an exemplary student…a leader at our school.” Her nominator said she is respectful and kind to all students and staff. During the pandemic she took initiative and reached out to teachers and staff with any questions or … Continue reading “Nikola Majerova Named Superintendent’s Student of the Month – September 2021”

Mayor Johnson Announces Literacy Task Force

By Savannah Tribune | October 13, 2021

Mayor Van R. Johnson, II, introduced the READ Savannah task force, dedicated to improving literacy for all City of Savannah residents. “We want to make Savannah’s children and adults ready for post-secondary education, careers and civic life by the time they graduate from high school or attain their GED,” said Mayor Johnson. “When you talk about poverty reduction and economic … Continue reading “Mayor Johnson Announces Literacy Task Force”

Rincon Chevrolet Recognizes Breast Cancer Awareness Month

By Savannah Tribune | October 13, 2021

Welcomed by pink t-shirts and open arms, Jesse Greathouse, General Manager at Rincon Chevrolet in Rincon, along with his sales and service team are supporting this year’s Breast Cancer Awareness month by making a donation of $50 for every vehicle sold, new or pre-owned. The Susan G. Komen foundation is the largest breast cancer organization in the United States. Founded … Continue reading “Rincon Chevrolet Recognizes Breast Cancer Awareness Month”