By: Ebonee Burrell | Editor in Chief On Tuesday morning, University of South Alabama Professor Dr. Brian Axsmith died from Covid-19. USA Chemistry Facebook page posted about his passing on Wednesday afternoon. This is what they had to say: “Dear Friends: We have received the sad news Dr. Brian Axsmith died early this morning from Covid-19. Dr. Sherman had this to say about Dr. Axsmith’s passing: ‘Brian was more than a wonderful colleague, he was a dear friend. I will remember fondly the many conversations we shared about music, history, politics, and science. I will miss his wry sense of … Continue reading University of South Alabama professor dies from coronavirus
Sydney McDonald | Managing Editor Opinion After being socially distant for roughly a month now, things are difficult. There really is no way to sugarcoat it. Even myself, a homebody who quite enjoyed the first couple of weeks of working … Continue reading Positives in a pandemic? Let’s talk about them
By: Michael Hanich | Sports Editor It was a wild season for the sport of College Basketball this past season only to cut short due to COVID-19. For the South Alabama Jaguars, they were only two wins away from their … Continue reading USA Jaguars men’s basketball gets addition of University of Nebraska transfer Dachon Burke Jr.
By: Kenyan Carter | Contributing Writer The impact of the Coronavirus pandemic has been staggering. In the U.S. confirmed cases have reached over 250,000 with a death toll over 6,000, according to the John Hopkins University virus research center. COVID-1919 … Continue reading How does the Coronavirus Stimulus Package Affect Students?
By Sydney McDonald | Managing Editor OPINION Listen… We know that you’re extremely bored, so are we. The last two weeks of social distancing have been hard for most, especially those who have lost jobs, had classes canceled, and had … Continue reading Self-Isolation Tips: Making the best out of a hard time
By: Ebonee Burrell | Editor in Chief Not all heroes wear capes, in this case, they are dealing with panicked customers in the middle of a pandemic. The novel coronavirus outbreak has affected every U.S. state and shut down nearly … Continue reading Thank you, grocery store workers
By: Sydney McDonald | Managing Editor South Alabama students, along with most of the world, have had their lives turned upside down in the last week in response to the COVID-19 outbreak. With the campus-wide shutdown, many students have had … Continue reading Students displaced after campus shutdown
By: Kayla Smith | Reporter The World Health Organization has declared the Coronavirus a global health emergency because of the rate in which it spread beyond China’s borders. As of Feb. 2, over 14,000 cases of Coronavirus have been confirmed … Continue reading Outbreak Affects USA Campus