By: Ebonee Burrell | Editor in Chief On March 5, South Alabama students participated in a peaceful protest as a response to the racially insensitive photos taken by university professors that resurfaced on social media earlier this week. The photos … Continue reading Students lead peaceful protest to voice concerns over controversial photos
By: Hayden C. Cordova | Managing Editor On Mar. 2, President Tony Waldrop and Interim Provost Andrea Kent announced that South Alabama would be returning to in-person classes and campus activities in Fall 2021. Waldrop stated that this was primarily … Continue reading South Announces Return to Regular Campus Operations
By: Ebonee Burrell | Editor in Chief South Alabama responded to controversial photos posted on social media that included three USA administrators in the Mitchell College of Business, two posing with a noose and whip and one dressed as a confederate general. The photos were uploaded back in October 2014 after a Halloween party on campus and recently reappeared on the internet, causing a lot of concern from students. “As a general rule, any article of clothing, object or symbol that reflects oppression, war, or terror should not be the butt of any joke or costume,” said senior Chanel Ray. … Continue reading Racially offensive photos resurface from Halloween Party
By: Ebonee Burrell | Editor in Chief The academic school year is slowly but surely coming to an end, and many students are preparing for the real world as they begin to search for jobs in their degree field. However, … Continue reading College seniors worry about landing a job after graduation
By: Dustin Petridge | Lifestyle Editor Photo credit: Ballotpedia. On Feb. 24, the Office of Multicultural Student Affairs hosted a speech from Robert Battles, a former member of the Mobile County Public School System and director of the Africatown Welcome … Continue reading Robert Battles on the Clotilda: A Live Discussion about Black History
By: Lucas Green | Contributor Photo credit: npr.org. A historical winter storm blasted the United States from Feb. 13-17, but nowhere felt the effects harder than Texas, and it may be just the beginning. Texas is unique from the majority … Continue reading Could Texas’s Powergrid Failure Just be the Beginning?
By: Santeria Evans | Sports Editor On Feb. 26, at the Mitchell Center, the South Alabama Jaguars Men’s basketball team hosted the Georgia State Panthers and were defeated. The Jaguars were on an eight-game win streak, four home and four … Continue reading Men’s basketball team falls to Georgia State Panthers
By: Hayden Cordova | Managing Editor Photo credit: Sarah Patterson One of the everyday challenges that the busy college life brings is finding something to eat. More often than not, students spend money on takeout or settle for the easiest … Continue reading Cooking in College: JagTV’s First Cooking Show
By: Kaytlin Thornton | Contributor Photo credit: Jaguar Productions. From Feb. 15 through March 5, Jaguar Productions will host an event to promote mental health awareness within the University community. PostSecretU is the official secret-sharing program for colleges and other … Continue reading Got A Secret?
By: Kenyan Carter | News Editor Photo credit: AFP via Getty Images On Feb. 13, the U.S. Senate voted 57-43 in favor of convicting former President Trump of inciting the Jan. 6 insurrection at the capitol. However, two-thirds majority was … Continue reading Donald Trump Acquitted on Second Impeachment Trial