One Year Later, Taking a Leadership Role
June 23, 2016
Maire Nakada, a South nursing student and 2015 Distinguished Young Woman, promotes 'being your best self.'...Read More
The Beginning of the End of the UK?
June 24, 2016
South's Mitchell College of Business experts break down three knowns and three unknowns following the Brexit vote.More
Piano Camp Keeps the Music Alive
June 21, 2016
One of the participants was Natalie Newton, a repeat camper who began playing at age 7 on a Radio Shack keyboard.More
USA Gets Growing with Campus Garden
June 13, 2016
The farm-to-table movement is growing on the USA campus, thanks to students and University-wide support.More
"Team Zambia" Produces Life Lessons for Students
June 6, 2016
USA engineering students designed an irrigation system using existing technology to help villagers grow sustainable crops.More
Inspiring Educators to Create Bright FuturesThe Southeast Regional Robert Noyce Connections Conference highlighted South's commitment to K-12 education....
June 17, 2016
Vanguard Staff Wins Journalism AwardsAlyssa Newton, former Vanguard editor-in-chief, won first place in multiple categories at a national journalism competit...
June 10, 2016
Jaguars Competing in National Track FinalsTrio returns to NCAA championships looking to earn All-America honors....
June 8, 2016
USA Board of Trustees Elects New OfficersAttorney Kenneth O. Simon, businessman James H. Shumock and philanthropist Arlene Mitchell were selected for three-year ...
June 3, 2016
A New Installment for Holocaust CollectionThe selection of titles is named for Holocaust survivor and Mobile resident Agnes Tennenbaum, who died on Memorial Day....
June 2, 2016