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SGA hopefuls strive to set themselves apart

N1SGA presidential candidates (L to R) Danielle Watson, James Denny and Josef Hobdy respond to questions at the debate March 28.The SGA candidate forum held March 28, attracted more students than past debates. Elections committee chairman Coleman Wolf moderated the debate between attorney general, chief justice, treasurer and presidential candidates.

By Noah Logan | Staff Reporter 07 April 2014


Highly competitive scholarship awarded

Sophomore Catherine Zivanov, a chemistry major, has been named the 2014 Goldwater Scholar by the Barry M. Goldwater Scholarship and Excellence in Education Foundation.

By Stephanie Feather | Managing Editor 07 April 2014

ASME holds JagWarrior adventure race April 19

The South Alabama chapter of the American Society of Mechanical Engineers will hold their second JagWarrior Race Saturday, April 19 at 10 a.m. The 5K “adventure race” will take place at the USA Intramural fields.

By Ryan Wallace | Contributing Writer 07 April 2014

Automotive engineers host inaugural car show

JL3CThe Society of Automotive Engineers will be having a car show Saturday, April 12 from 10 a.m. until 2 p.m. in the Shelby Hall parking lot at the corner of Old Shell Road and Jaguar Drive.

By Jamie Reid | Contributing Writer 07 April 2014

Obama to blame for parking issues

AF1CAmid frustration among students and faculty at South Alabama in regards to the negative issues of parking on campus, some resolution has come in new findings of the primary culprit in the issue: President Barack Obama.

By Ryan Keller | Contributing Writer 07 April 2014

Dungeness crab to replace mascot

Last Tuesday, March 25, after several long meetings with University board members, along with SGA and select college officials, a decision was reached to change the current University of South Alabama mascot...

By Ryan Keller | Contributing Writer 07 April 2014

2062 Olympics to be held at South Alabama

New South Alabama president Dr. Tony Waldrop made it clear that he has many great things envisioned for the University.

By Samuel Brown | Staff Reporter 07 April 2014

Legolas teaches four languages to rule them all

Af5CUSA’s Department of Foreign Languages and Literature announced Friday, March 28, that they will offer new language courses.

By Hermione Granger | April Fools 07 April 2014

South’s beloved son

N1CThe cool, night wind blew across the students and faculty huddled in front of Moulton Tower the night of Tuesday, March 18. Students and faculty were spread out toward the sides of the plaza and down along the steps.

By Mary Beth Lursen | Contributing Writer 07 April 2014

Coffee warms frigid USAPD, student relations

N2CCoffee, cops and comfort were the main three C’s for last Thursday’s first Coffee with a Cop, during which South Alabama police officers opened themselves up to students to ask questions in a comfortable environment.

By Alyssa Newton | Sports Editor 07 April 2014

Relive your childhood with retro video games

JL1Play and Talk is a family-operated retro video game and phone repair shop near the University of South Alabama’s campus. It is located behind Applebee’s in the shopping center at the intersection of Airport and University Boulevards.

By Kandace Raybon | Contributing Writer 07 April 2014

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