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USF provided input on MySCAD update

By Victoria Phetmisy If you haven’t noticed already, there’s a new MySCAD, now called the MySCAD Portal. “MySCAD went live in August of 2003 largely to support SCAD eLearning which also launched that year. Our recent changes have been the first ma...

SCAD Museum of Art to add new wing

Travis Walters The SCAD Museum of Art re-opened in Kiah Hall after an extensive renovation project on its exterior. The building was constructed in 1856 to serve as headquarters for the Central of Georgia Railroad, and for a time was known as the ...
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Students prepare voters

By Tiffany Cullen Each candidate, Democratic and Republican, has chosen their running mate and are preparing to face off in the election this November. Voters around the country, young and old, are weighing each candidate’s message of change and r...
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SCAD Museum of Art adds new wing

By Travis Walters The SCAD Museum of Art re-opened in Kiah Hall after an extensive renovation project on its exterior. The building was constructed in 1856 to serve as headquarters for the Central of Georgia Railroad, and for a time was known as t...
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Summer Sports Update

By Travis Walters CHANGES SCAD recently announced the end of the Men's and Women's basketball & cheerleading programs with the 2008-2009 season for SCAD-Savannah. The college is adding men's and women's golf, cross country, and tennis to SCAD...

E-Learning against spying

BRIAN SMITH Editor in Chief An article from the July 25 issue of The Chronicle of Higher Education reports about a bill in Congress that features a paragraph suggesting the requirement of remote proctors to spy on students taking online courses – ...
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College extends QEP deadline

In order to gather more ideas for the Quality Enhancement Plan (QEP) of the upcoming reaffirmation of accreditation by the Southern Association of Colleges and Schools (SACS), SCAD has extended the submissions and comments deadline through Monday, Au...