Community members piled into a partially-incomplete administrative building in downtown Mobile at 6 p.m. on Nov. 22, to be greeted with the sounds of a live band and an even livelier atmosphere.
By Sam Andrews | Editor in Chief 25 November 2013
Multiple student organizations became ineligible for SGA funding this year after missing the mandatory 6-hour skill-building workshop called Student Organization Leadership Day.
By Stephanie Feather | Managing Editor 25 November 2013
It’s hard to walk anywhere on campus without the perpetual din of jackhammers and drills filling the air.
By Noah Logan | Staff Reporter 25 November 2013
The Prowl, South Alabama’s student-run online radio station, is applying for an FM frequency that would allow them to broadcast their shows on campus and in much of Mobile, Ala.
By Stuart Sox | Senior reporter 19 November 2013
Some students may be tired of the dining locations on campus, but a new program Jag Cash provides students with more options.
By Noah Logan | Staff Reporter 19 November 2013
According to USAPD Captain Tammy Orso, “exciting” days tend to be bad days.
By Lori Buhring | Contributing Writer 19 November 2013
South Alabama’s Board of Trustees met Nov. 6 and voted unanimously to consider additional candidates after Dr. Arthur Ross withdrew from the race.
By Stuart Sox | Senior reporter 11 November 2013
Elected officials, businessmen and USA officials gathered to witness the unveiling of USA’s Coastal Innovation Hub on Wednesday.
By Noah Logan | Staff Reporter 11 November 2013
Beginning today, USA’s International Education Week will encourage international students to converge and celebrate the cultures they left and the culture they embrace here.
By Sam Andrews | Editor in Chief 11 November 2013
A policeman for 30 years and a South Alabama police officer for 20 years, David Turppa has made his mark on campus. He said he tolerates no excuses.
By Alonzo Long | Contributing Writer 11 November 2013
Dr. Arthur Ross, dean of medicine at West Virginia University, made his case to oversee, as university president, the “quantum leap” the University of South Alabama is ready to make.
By Noah Logan | Staff Reporter 07 November 2013
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