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FCC approves radio construction

N2CSouth Alabama’s student-run radio station, The Prowl, has received the construction permit applied for this past fall.

By Kandace Raybon | Contributing Writer 10 March 2014


SGA reforms election

N6CA new reform to the SGA election process could divide the voting power held by the larger campus organizations.

By Sam Andrews | Editor in Chief 10 March 2014

Community honors alum

N3CUSA alumna Julia Bolton died in a fatal car crash on Airport Boulevard and Ridgefield Road Feb. 21, according to WKRG.

By Meg Lundberg | Copy Editor 10 March 2014

Student Health prepares for spring sports injuries

The Student Health Center’s staff of licensed practitioners and medical students from USA is expanding to better take care of students medical needs.

By Courtney Turner | Contributing Writer 10 March 2014

New counselor available

N4CUniversity of South Alabama Counseling and Testing Services, a provider of free counseling sessions for students, has hired a new Licensed Professional Counselor who specializes in domestic and dating violence.

By Jamie Reid | Contributing Writer 10 March 2014

USA graduate team researches chemical spill in West Virginia

N1Graduate students Keven Kelley and Lakia McMillan test drinking water at a home in West Virginia Jan. 17.USA professors and students are part of the research team sent to aid the Charleston, W.Va., community after a chemical spill contaminated drinking water for more than 300,000 people.

By Jason Ruffin | Contributing Writer 20 February 2014

Sea lab to offer class by the Gulf

Attend classes at the Dauphin Island Sea Lab and never miss a single day of your vacation this summer, but hurry because classes fill up quickly.

By Javan Anderson | Contributing Writer 20 February 2014

Senator delays decision on Alabama home birth bill

N2CThe Home Birth Safety Act, a house and senate bill that would have decriminalized the practice of midwifery in Alabama, still sits in limbo after being tabled by a solitary state senator.

By Ryan Keller | Contributing Writer 20 February 2014

USA receives recognition from AAF

N3CThe American Advertising Federation of Mobile held their Annual Advertising Award Show Feb. 13 at the Temple in downtown Mobile, Ala., and many South Alabama students were recognized with awards.

By Jenia Parker | Contributing Writer 20 February 2014

USA has its next president

N1Dr. Tony Waldrop, with his wife Dr. Julee Waldrop, accepts the presidency position at the board of trustees meeting Feb. 6.Dr. Tony Waldrop has accepted the offer from the board of trustees to become the University of South Alabama’s third president in history.

By Stephanie Feather | Managing Editor 14 February 2014

Killer picks up life sentences

N2CQuinten Orlando Godfrey, 23, has been sentenced to two life terms for the murder of USA student Andrew Saxon, according to a recent article by Michael Dumas.

By Sam Andrews | Editor in Chief 14 February 2014

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