Rising senior and criminal justice major Riley Davis won this year’s Student Government Association presidential election by a landslide 71 percent vote.
Davis currently serves as the SGA’s chief justice and is a member of the Chi Omega Sorority. But who exactly is South Alabama’s future SGA President?
By Stuart Sox | Contributing Writer 02 April 2013
The University of South Alabama will honor Judge Harry J. Wilters Jr. on Wednesday, April 3, at 7:30 p.m. at the USA Baldwin County Campus in Fairhope.
Wilters was a jurist and lawyer in Baldwin county, his home town, where he practiced law for 60 years and was judge of the 28 Judicial Court for almost 14 years.
By Jayson Curry | Staff Reporter 02 April 2013
SGA School of Computing Senator Jacob Taylor, a junior and information systems major, saw a need on South Alabama’s campus and prompted a change that many students will appreciate.
By Stuart Sox | Staff Reporter
02 April 2013
By Stuart Sox | Staff Reporter 02 April 2013
Phi Kappa Sigma falling short, Bring the Foo to campus: Admin responds to cry for the Foo
By Editorial Board 02 April 2013
At a press conference on Thursday, acting president John Smith made the unprecedented decision to change the name of Moulton Tower to Smith Tower.
The tower itself is only a few years old, only being approved by the Board of Trustees in 2009.
By Bryant Heatherly 01 April 2013
Thirteen people were arrested last week in a widely-applauded crackdown on students attempting to eat healthy in the Fresh Food Company, South Alabama Dining spokesman Chris Co confirmed to The Vanguard in a phone call late yesterday.
By Coronary Art | April Fools 01 April 2013
Have you ever stood in the middle of the big traffic circle at the end of North Parking and felt an errie vibe, like you were being watched?
If so, you aren’t the only one. South student Lee Ann Pouchre claims that there’s more going on in that traffic circle than just traffic.
By Ricky Crodsworth | April Fools 01 April 2013
A group of goblins from Gringotts bank in London’s Diagon Alley has agreed to lend their magic touch in helping USA’s Student Government Association appropriate funds to student organizations.
By Stuart Sox | April Fools 01 April 2013
The most important part of college life is fashion. You would find sitting in class somewhat awkward if you, and all of your peers, were completely nude. Lucky for us, the USA students rotate their best outfits regularly to remain fresh and memorable.
By Daniel Moran | April Fools 01 April 2013
In 100 words or less: The Presidential Candidates
By Editorial Board
25 March 2013
By Editorial Board 25 March 2013
The students at the University of South Alabama have expressed dismiss and confusion recently over the USA parking rules and regulations, more specifically why they were given a ticket. While many students complain about parking, one is saying that students need to learn personal responsibility.
By Jayson Curry | Contributing Writer 25 March 2013
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Vanguard reactions to surveillance tape
The Vanguard's Cassie Fambro (Editor-in-Chief), Noah Logan (Opinion Editor), and JT Crabtree (Left of Center Editor) were able to view the surveillance tape of the events leading up to the shooting of Gil Collar. Read their reactions.More...
The next issues of The Vanguard will be published on June 4th and July 9th. Weekly printing will resume when the Fall semester begins.More...
SGA Presidential Candidate Accused of Lying About Membership in Student OrganizationMore...
The SGA Debate: Candidate Forum 2012
The SGA candidate forum held April 2, in the library proved to have its share of highlights. With Elections Committee Chair Danny Nguyen moderating, the forum took on a new format compared to years past.More...