SGA discusses budget

By Harrison Neville  The SGA voted on one of its most impactful pieces of legislation for the year on Wednesday, Sept. 22, when they approved the 2021-2022 budget year for student organizations. The bill was presented…

New sophomores on campus

By Jacob Gross Last year, schools had to deal with the ramifications of COVID-19. At Montevallo, most extra-curriculars and events were cancelled with all remaining moving online. The classes were moved to a hybrid schedule, leaving an entire…

Enrollment Rises in 2021

By Elise Kidd  At the beginning of the 2021-2022 school year, the University of Montevallo’s student population rose to 2,703. The increase in student’s meant the university’s enrollment numbers had risen by 4% since 2019. …

New SGA organizations

By Wesley Walter Montevallo’s Student Government Association has officially resumed meetings as of Sept. 9. Among the newer and lesser-known elements of the organization are the SGA’s Supreme Court and General Assembly.  The Supreme Court of SGA works in a very similar…

UM rules course a duff: Golf Club to…

by Aubrie Chastain  With recent news that Montevallo’s golf course is closing, many are questioning what Montevallo’s golf team plans to do next.    Montevallo has decided to stop running the golf course because it’s expensive to…

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The reasoning behind UM’s COVID-19 policy 

By Harrison Neville  There was much speculation at the beginning of the summer of 2021 that the rise in availability of COVID-19 vaccines would allow for what most would consider a more normal school year. Many…

Faculty Senate Discusses Masking, Academic Dishonesty Policy and…

By Cady Inabinett  Concerns about student masking in academic buildings were raised at the Faculty Senate meeting on Sept. 10. Faculty representatives expressed frustration over inconsistency with student masking in academic buildings, with senators reporting they…