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: Sarah Patterson and Lindsey Farni Contributors: Emily Bailey and Justin Paxton Eight months into the pandemic, the lives of South’s international students continue to be upended by travel bans, quarantines, and the inability to work off campus. Many international … Continue reading Internationals Stranded by Pandemic
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: Parker Roach | Contributing Writer On Wednesday, Jan. 5, and Thursday, Jan. 6, the Student Government Association hosted the annual Jags 4 Jags event in the rotunda of the Dining Hall. The event allowed students to donate leftover meal … Continue reading Jags 4 Jags
By: Diamond Taylor | Contributing Writer Upcoming graduates at South this semester may feel the sudden shift in emotions as they prepare to enter the real world which is commonly known as “graduate blues”. The Black Student Union hosted the … Continue reading Post-Grad Depression
By: Diamond Taylor | Contributing Writer It’s 11 p.m. on a Friday night, the cafe is closed, your car has no gas, and your bonus bucks have run out. You’re tired, stressed, and hungry. You may regret spending $15 on … Continue reading The Struggle is Real: Balling on a Budget