Student interest in nonprofits brings about potential minor

Non-profit organization are growing. According to the Nonprofit Quarterly, “The nonprofit sector is the third-largest workforce in the United States, behind retail and manufacturing.” With this rate of growth in mind, business professor Tom J.…

Governor Bentley signs Carly’s Law

Governor Robert Bentley on Tuesday officially signed Senate Bill 174, also known as Carly’s Law. The legislation will allow a study at the University of Alabama at Birmingham to examine the effectiveness of cannabidiol oil…

Environmental studies blooms with new classes

Spring is in full swing on campus. As students stuff winter clothes into cold closet spaces and break out lighter summer wear, the trees are starting to gain back their green leafy splendor. Read More

PHOTO CREDIT: Carmelle Safdie

Gimme gimme Juan Wauters

Photo Credit: Carmelle Safdie For all New York musician Juan Wauters knows, his show at Eclipse Coffee and Books on March 10 could be a total disaster. In our conversation a few days before his…

Limited mobility: UM’s mobile app still lacking

Movement is a constant in any college student’s life. As such, one would expect the University of Montevallo to provide students with a simple solution to keeping connected with professors and updated on campus events…

Josh Vietti in the house

Palmer Hall opened its doors to a new kind of violinist on Feb. 19. Josh Vietti is a master violinist who specializes in many different genres of music. He has appeared onstage for numerous occasions,…

SGA senate meeting

The SGA senate gathered on the afternoon of Feb. 19 to discuss five pieces of legislature. All five pieces of the following legislation were passed by the senate. 1) The title of UPC coordinator, normally…