University of Montevallo plans to continue to enforce…

By: Harrison Neville  With the recent announcement by Governor Ivey that the statewide mask mandate would be ending on April 9, many cities and organizations are now deciding what their own policies will be after the change.  …

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What we know about the vaccines and when…

By: Noah Wortham On March 11, President Biden announced the administration’s goal to “make every adult in the U.S eligible for (COVID-19) vaccination no later than May 1.”   The World Health Organization described vaccines as “a critical new tool…

SGA Recap

SGA puts forward resolution thanking COVID-19 task force

By: Wesley Hyde During University Committee reports of the Feb. 3 meeting, SGA vice president Natalie Seevers shared updates from the prior Campus Dining Committee meeting.  First Was that Pita Pit, the campuses newest dining option has been performing well…

Effects COVID-19 had looking back at the semester

As the fall semester draws to a close, both students and University administrators are left to reflect on how COVID-19 has affected this semester.   Some of the most prominent changes have been to University conduct…

Students have mixed opinions on new housing policy

As Housing and Residence Life has monitored COVID-19 cases, they have decided to update the visitation policy to allow residents to visit residents of different halls.   The University of Montevallo has stated that many of the current…

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Will we have a vaccine by the end…

As COVID-19 cases still rise, many are questioning how far along the vaccine has come or when distribution will be available. While many vaccines have made it to phase three of the vaccination approval process, Dr. Anthony Fauci,…

The future of COVID-19 policies

Despite record numbers of cases and a second wave of infections, people continue to disregard the importance of COVID-19 safety precautions. With the virus spreading more quickly than at the beginning of the pandemic, it's…