Annual Main Street parade brings early holiday cheer

Students and Montevallo residents gathered on Main Street on Thursday, Nov. 19 at 6 p.m. for the city’s annual holiday parade. The parade featured various organizations and sports teams from both the University as well…

Lecture series brings Lilly Ledbetter to Montevallo

Ledbetter speaks from the stage in the Parnell Memorial Library Theatre. The lecture consisted of an overview of her life as an advocate for fair pay and a call-to-action of young female students. Photo by…

Revisiting same-sex marriage laws

Since Judge Callie V. S. Granade ruled the same-sex marriage laws of Alabama unconstitutional, the stay for Alabama’s same-sex marriage law was put into place. Turmoil began Feb. 9, when the Supreme Court refused to block…

City of Montevallo debuts new smartphone app

The app includes a brief history of the city and a photo gallery of specific locations and events. Photo by Katie Compton. Montevallo residents and UM students now have the ability to access a map,…

Tax assistance at no charge

Accounting majors Teri Lyn Walton and Carolina Sanchez fill in the tax return information of mass communication alumni Zack Hill on Saturday, Feb. 7. Hill was the pair’s third client of the day. Accounting students…

Societal imprisonment – The importance of being involved

Political efficacy is the belief that a citizen can influence political affairs and current governmental happenings. This behavior was brought into the forefroPnt of public awareness during the University of Montevallo’s Sociology Club meeting at…

Gov. Bentley visits UAB in wake of Ebola…

The Ebola virus, which has taken an estimated 4,447 lives as of Oct. 14. Photo courtesy of CDC Global. Ebola is a disease that can only be contracted from direct contact with blood, vomit and…