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As the University grows, and we initiate the process of building a new alumni center, the alumni board believed the time was right to review the alumni association’s branding.
For people who recently flew around the world in their new jet, University of South Alabama alumni Julian and Kim MacQueen are incredibly grounded.
The South Fund is a vital source of funding for the University that allows its students, faculty, researchers and health care professionals to continue to move forward in the 21st century.
The world of Stephanie Eads-Williamson has literally gone to the dogs…and, the cats…and, really, any stray animal that crosses her path.
Looking back on the past two years, what do you consider the biggest accomplishment of the National Alumni Association?
The USA National Alumni Association honored five alumni for their outstanding achievements during the 14th annual Distinguished Alumni and Service Awards gala on March 1.
In January, the University of South Alabama retired the jersey numbers of men’s basketball stars Jeff Hodge and Junie Lewis. “Peanut Butter and Jelly,” they were called back in the day.
Dr. Lesley Gregoricka never knows when the phone will ring, but every single call from the Mobile Police Department represents an opportunity to provide invaluable field experience for her most promising students.
Natalie Fox left her rural hometown of York, Ala., near the Mississippi line, with an open mind about her life path. She had once dreamed of playing professional basketball.