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Five Tips to Get You Through Your Day

Rarely does a college student go to bed feeling like he or she accomplished everything he or she wanted. School is not the only thing that students battle, as clubs, honor societies, hobbies, sports and other activities can take up just as much time. When asked about...
Back Side of UWA campus

OPINION: Proposed Residence Hall Raises New Housing Concerns

With the on-campus freshman population growing every year, the question on everybody’s mind is “How will we house the freshmen as well the current on-campus students?” Gilbert Hall, the current freshman dorm, can house 459 students. With that number having already...
ADA

New ADA Services Coordinator Hopes to Eliminate Stigma

The Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) Services office at The University of West Alabama helps many students on campus by providing a variety of services and resources. Shannon Edmonds, UWA’s new ADA Services Coordinator, helps students receive the correct...

University Cinema Hosts Private ‘Fifty Shades’ Screening

The University Cinema hosted a private showing of Fifty Shades Freed on Feb. 8 at 7 p.m. After last year’s crowd lining the streets of downtown Livingston, the University Cinema decided to host a private showing by pre-selling movie tickets. Students could purchase a...

The Life and Times of Commuter Students

Imagine your alarm going off at 5 a.m.—you wake up groggy, and slowly crawl out of bed to shower. You get dressed, eat breakfast and head out the door. The rush of cold air hits your skin as you get into your car and make your 30 minute drive to campus. Now, imagine...

Five Tips to Get You Through Your Day

Rarely does a college student go to bed feeling like he or she accomplished everything he or she wanted. School is not the only thing that students battle, as clubs, honor societies, hobbies, sports and other activities can take up just as much time. When asked about...
Back Side of UWA campus

OPINION: Proposed Residence Hall Raises New Housing Concerns

With the on-campus freshman population growing every year, the question on everybody’s mind is “How will we house the freshmen as well the current on-campus students?” Gilbert Hall, the current freshman dorm, can house 459 students. With that number having already...
ADA

New ADA Services Coordinator Hopes to Eliminate Stigma

The Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) Services office at The University of West Alabama helps many students on campus by providing a variety of services and resources. Shannon Edmonds, UWA’s new ADA Services Coordinator, helps students receive the correct...

University Cinema Hosts Private ‘Fifty Shades’ Screening

The University Cinema hosted a private showing of Fifty Shades Freed on Feb. 8 at 7 p.m. After last year’s crowd lining the streets of downtown Livingston, the University Cinema decided to host a private showing by pre-selling movie tickets. Students could purchase a...

The Life and Times of Commuter Students

Imagine your alarm going off at 5 a.m.—you wake up groggy, and slowly crawl out of bed to shower. You get dressed, eat breakfast and head out the door. The rush of cold air hits your skin as you get into your car and make your 30 minute drive to campus. Now, imagine...

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