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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…

COVID-19 limits events

With COVID-19 still on the rise, a multitude of organizations on and off campus have struggled with planning and how to make events happen.  The Center for Disease Control has listed many guidelines for event planners…

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Lights still dark on Broadway

Graphic by Bell Jackson In early October, the Broadway League has announced that Broadway would remain closed until June 2021. Before this announcement, Broadway was supposed to reopen in January 2021, but due to the rising cases of COVID-19…

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University releases outline for spring semester

On the morning of Oct. 19, the University of Montevallo’s Marketing and Communications department released an email regarding the plan for spring semester.  UM will continue to follow outlines in the Falcon Forward plan, with…

COVID-19 complicates Greek life philanthropies

Photo by Madelyn Alexander There have been many challenges amongst all campus life this semester, but Greek life on campus has been affected particularly heavily.   It has been a challenge for both fraternities and sororities…

Faculty discusses spring semester

In a meeting of the entire University faculty, held on Wednesday, Oct. 7, many plans were discussed to ease the struggles of students and professors because of the pandemic.   University President Dr. John Stewart III…