Soul Spot ribbon cutting

By: Jacob Gross The long-anticipated Soul Spot had their grand ribbon cutting on Saturday, Oct. 9 at 10 a.m. The wing restaurant had their initial start in Calera but decided to move to Montevallo. Soul Spot was originally scheduled…

Reproductive rights rally in Birmingham

By: Hannah Irvin  All over the country, thousands of individuals marched in support for reproductive rights on Oct. 2. Organized through Women’s March, the events spanned all 50 states and Washington D.C. An estimated 1,000 people attended the…

Two New SGA Senators Sworn In

By: Jacob Gross   The past two SGA meetings were relatively quiet, and featured two new senators being sworn in, senator committee reports and discussions centered around problems with student workers. A few resolutions were in the process of being…

Information about the campus climate survey

By: Samantha Cost  On Sept. 27, Montevallo students received an email from Tony Miller Jr., Director of Student Conduct and Title IX Coordinator, about a Campus Climate Survey being administered by the university.  In the email, Miller explained that “The…

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Council Approves 2021-2022 Budget

By Cady Inabinett  The Montevallo City Council adopted the city’s 2021-2022 fiscal budget at their Sept. 27 meeting. The council voted unanimously to accept this budget, making it the first fiscal budget passed since this council was sworn in November…

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…