Lea Malofsky | Staff Writer | Image Source: IAEA Hate shots? Get anxiety just thinking about a needle going into your arm? Good news! According to the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, researchers have developed a vaccine patch … Continue reading Getting a vaccine? Try a patch!
By: Gracie King | Feature Editor Photo Source: Michael Dunn | Staff Photographer Students returning to classes this semester after nearly a year of online instruction may not recognize some new modifications brought about during COVID-19. Though the pandemic is … Continue reading Campus after COVID: Then vs. Now
Conor Merrick | Editor-in-Chief | email@example.com Featured Image Source: WKRG Mobile is in the middle of a COVID surge and South Alabama is feeling the effects. The university COVID dashboard shows 263 total cases since Aug. 7 among staff and … Continue reading COVID at South: South Feels Effects of Surge
By: Amelia Rose Zimlich | Managing Editor | firstname.lastname@example.org Image Source: USA Bookstore Facebook page The commencement of the fall semester brings about the usual hustle and bustle of campus life. In these first weeks of school, the USA bookstore … Continue reading Back(ordered) to School: Students Experience Textbook Delays
By: Hayden C. Cordova | Managing Editor Photo credit: TechRadar Since the beginning of the pandemic, the relationship between theater chains and the film industry crashed to an all-time low. The smashing success of “Godzilla vs. Kong,” however, has possibly … Continue reading “Godzilla vs. Kong” and the Future of Pandemic Cinema
By: Kenyan Carter | News Editor Ready to enjoy the summer free from the stress of Covid-19? The USA Health Center is taking applications for South students to receive the Pfizer strain of the Covid vaccine. This strain requires taking … Continue reading Covid Vaccines Available Through USA Health
By: Lucas Green | Contributor The rise of the COVID-19 pandemic brought about a new kind of stress for many Americans across the country. COVID-19 has repeatedly been called names such as the “China Virus” and “Kung Flu,” obviously racially … Continue reading Asian-American Hate Crimes Finally in the Spotlight
By: Justin Paxton | Contributor The current COVID-19 pandemic has had a drastic effect on millions of people, but how has it affected students? Zoom has been implemented across the nation and even the world, but online schooling affects a student’s ability to learn. Bailey Manning, student in the USA College of Medicine, feels she is receiving an inadequate education to achieve that goal. “Medical school is extremely difficult without Zoom learning, Zoom makes it exponentially harder to learn. I don’t feel like I’m able to retain information learning from a computer screen,” Manning said. As a first-year medical school … Continue reading How does ‘Zoom U’ affect you?
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: Hayden C. Cordova | Managing Editor Image courtesy of Alabama Department of Public Health With the Pfizer/BioNTech vaccine for Covid-19 pending approval by the FDA, it’s one of the most difficult steps to get the vaccine out to the … Continue reading Vaccine Distribution at South: What You Need to Know