By: Kenyan Carter | News Editor On Nov. 7, 2020, the Associated Press projected Joe Biden as the 46th president after days of vote counting in several states. Biden, 77, will be the oldest president in history when he is … Continue reading Joe Biden: President-Elect of The United States, 2020 Election Results
By: Michael Hanich | Sports Editor Photos by: Michael Dunn | Photographer Last Saturday, you might have noticed something different from the South Alabama Jaguars’ jerseys in their 30-20 home win of the Texas State Bobcats. Several players from the … Continue reading Jaguars Football Continues to Voice Advocacy for Social Justice
By: Ebonee Burrell | Editor in Chief For the second year in a row, USA students will see no increase in tuition for the 20-21 academic year. On June 5, the Board of Trustees approved the recommendation to keep tuition … Continue reading USA announces changes to tuition and fees for the upcoming year
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
By: Ebonee Burrell | Editor in Chief Affecting students, families and the community the impact of COVID-19 pandemic has led to many changes to enrollment processes at the University of South Alabama. These changes are being made to ensure that … Continue reading Changes made to fall 2020 enrollment
By: Rachel Gonzalez | Contributing Writer By now, most of us are used to the limitations and restrictions that the COVID-19 outbreak has placed on us. From classes transitioning to fully online, malls and restaurants shutting down, and events being … Continue reading An International Perspective on the Pandemic
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: Parker Roach | Contributing Writer OPINION The process of quarantine was similar for all students. At first, we were shocked and in denial, wondering how we were going to be able to transition to online classes for a whole … Continue reading Staying Productive During Quarantine
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?