On Feb. 26, the Tau Pi Chapter of Zeta Phi Beta Sorority Inc. hosted Real Talk with NPHC. The presentation, given by Amber Quinn, included facts about NPHC, National Pan-Hellenic Council Inc., while also giving some insight into...Read More
As expected, college students experience struggles, whether small or large, in terms of academics and extracurricular activities. For closeted LGBT college students, these everyday struggles stack upon one paralyzing and...Read More
On Feb. 12 and 13, UM’s Freshman Forum hosted Be My Vallo Valentine outside of Anna Irvin Dining Hall. The event was aimed at selling candy grams to raise money for SafeHouse of Shelby County, an organization dedicated to...Read More
14 years following the release of cult favorite film “Mean Girls,” actor Daniel Franzese, who played the effervescent Damian, has undertaken the task of creating an original stand-up special. It was this endeavor that brought...Read More
While the University of Montevallo doesn’t have an engineering program, students planning to go into engineering can take their first two years of pre-engineering classes here. The school’s dual degree program allows students to...Read More
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- A lovely day to love Montevallo Love Montevallo Day Photo Caption: Montevallo locals sell Love Montevallo Day tee shirts on Main Street. Photo by Lily Dickinson. On March... by Maggie Sanderson and Lily Dickinson | under Local, News
- Daniel Franzese elicits laughs, provokes thought 14 years following the release of cult favorite film “Mean Girls,” actor Daniel Franzese, who played the effervescent Damian, has undertaken... by Jamie Haas | under Features, News, On Campus
- Survivors silenced in the wake of Parkland shooting Hundreds of high school and middle school students gather in front of the White House in support of gun control in the wake of Florida shoot... by Robin Stevens | under Viewpoints