Golf course to be repurposed

By: Jacob Gross   University administrators are currently discussing several plans to repurpose the former university golf course. The university decided to add a mountain biking trail, with the first season of the new mountain biking team…

SGA swear in new members

By: Jacob Gross  Both of the past SGA meetings were short, featuring mostly announcements and discussions around WOW weekends.   Who’s Who applications are now closed. Jacob Heath, vice president of SGA, said that the blood drive with LifeSouth…

Administration outlines plan to raise faculty salaries

By Cady Inabinett University president Dr. John Stewart III announced to faculty at the Oct. 8 Faculty Senate meeting that university administration would be looking into increasing faculty salaries over the next academic year.   Stewart’s current…

Title IX Updates Explained

Updated on Nov. 10 at 4:04 p.m. to reflect that a campus-wide email about Title IX updates was sent in May 2020 and changed wording that was misleading. By Cady Inabinett  The university’s Title IX Coordinator…

Faculty Senate Discusses Faculty Salaries, Golf Course Plans,…

By: Wesley Walter  Montevallo’s faculty members discussed adjustments to faculty salaries at the Oct. 8 Faculty Senate meeting. University president Dr. John Stewart III’s current goal is to get faculty salaries to 95% of the most recent College and University…

Two New SGA Senators Sworn In

By: Jacob Gross   The past two SGA meetings were relatively quiet, and featured two new senators being sworn in, senator committee reports and discussions centered around problems with student workers. A few resolutions were in the process of being…