University of South Alabama

Women’s basketball: UCF tops South Alabama with late rally

Dec 20th, 2012

The UCF women’s basketball team looked like it was going to lose its third-straight game Wednesday night at the UCF Arena hosting the University of South Alabama.

Rugby wins in historic fashion

Oct 11th, 2012

In a historic win, the Loyola rugby team beat the University of South Alabama 56 to 5 in the first game of the season.

Campus law enforcements offer uneven punishments

Oct 7th, 2012

Editorial: At the University of South Alabama (USA) a student, who was naked and charging at an officer outside the police station, was shot in the chest and killed Saturday morning by the officer on duty.

Student Center Renovations

Jul 10th, 2011

For the first time in the history of its existence, the student center will welcome much-needed improvements in the form of renovations that should make for a better on-campus social experience.

Fairhope art walk features food, fun and music

Jul 10th, 2011

Every first Friday of the month, The University of South Alabama Baldwin County (USABC) Campus joins the Fairhope community in a celebration of art. Beginning at six p.m., participants can take in art, music and food while walking from destinatio…

Tuition increase necessary burden to bear

Jul 10th, 2011

On June 9, the University of South Alabama Board of Trustees voted to raise tuition 8.4 percent for the 2011-2012 year.

Fashion status: feather-brained

Jul 10th, 2011

I never thought the day would come that someone could say with complete accuracy, “You’re such a featherbrain.” Of course, I have to admit that they would be referring to the feather hair extension I’m sporting. That’s right folks. Accordin…

Calvi Is Ready To Continue Baseball Tradition

Jul 10th, 2011

“We can win a championship and we won’t stop until it’s done.” New South Alabama baseball coach Mark Calvi admittedly has some big shoes to fill after coaching legend Steve Kittrell retired following the 2011 season. But the tradition that Kittre…


Jul 10th, 2011

It’s hard to find a stickier subject to talk about around the campfire than the so-called ‘War on Drugs.’

Pushing Boundaries

Jul 10th, 2011

As the summer begins to wane, and the fall semester begins to approach ever closer, students ready to throw themselves back into the fire.


Jul 10th, 2011

The state of New York joins five other states and the District of Columbia in recognizing same sex marriages as well as permitting them to be performed within the state. With 33 state senators voting in favor and 29 voting against it, the bill passed o…


Jul 10th, 2011

In recent years, Americans have become increasingly infatuated with drug culture. From shows like Weeds, where Nancy Botwin, a charismatic widow facing bankruptcy, sells marijuana to support her family, to Breaking Bad where chemist Walter White begins…

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