• Q&A with senior outfielder T.J. Dixon

    Ashton Nix, Sports Editor

    Samford senior outfielder T.J. Dixon has made a big impact on the field throughout his collegiate career, and he continues to shine in his senior season. This year Dixon is …

  • Moores fulfills dream in senior season

    Ashton Nix , Sports Editor

    As he holed his final putt at Jackson Country Club, Garrett Moores realized a dream that he had envisioned since he was young. It was a dream that he was very …

  • Alabama should be watching a different Bentley

    Ariana Coyne, Columnist

    Former Gov. Robert Bentley, or the “Luv Guv” as he is now known in national press, resigned from his position in an attempt to avoid impeachment.

    Bentley used his power in order …

  • 13 Reasons Why

    Juliana Wade, Features Writer

    From number one bestseller to Netflix original series

    The new Netflix series “13 Reasons Why” has created a lot of reasons to talk since its airdate on March 31. This TV …

  • Men’s and Women’s tennis teams ready for SoCon tourney

    Sarah Tuttle, Web Editor

    The Samford tennis teams will compete in the Southern Conference tournament this weekend in Greenville, S.C. The men’s team finished the regular season with a record of 7-11 …

  • Students raise awareness for prison reform
    Hannah Garrett, Features Editor Samford’s Howard Scholars hosted an event to raise awareness for incarceration and prison reform in the Food Court April 11 and 12. The event is the sequel to last […]
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  • Samford adds print kiosks in select residence halls
      Asia Simone Burns, Editor-In-Chief In an effort to address the printing needs of students, Samford University Services recently partnered with Samford SGA and Technology Services to add four […]
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  • Mann Center hosts James K.A. Smith for Hodges Lecture
    Asia Simone Burns, Editor-In-Chief Samford was visited by professor and author James K.A. Smith April 6 as he delivered the esteemed Andrew Gerow Hodges Lecture. The lecture was sponsored by […]
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  • Office of Diversity, Mann Center partner for diversity excursions
    Asia Simone Burns, Editor-In-Chief Thirty Samford students headed to the Birmingham Civil Rights Institute Tuesday to tangibly explore the city’s history of division and progress. The trip was one of […]
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  • Nickel allergy creates health challenges, student says
    Bailey Smith, News Writer Look down at your hands. Imagine touching an everyday item and getting rashes that cover your face and arms and having random bruises appearing on your body. Now, imagine […]
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  • Samford students aid in tax preparation initiative
    Meredith Webber, News Writer Most people dread tax day, but this is not the case for some low-income families in America. For families served at a SaveFirst Tax Site, the refund check might be the […]
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  • Student Affairs staff undergoes restructuring
    Asia Simone Burns, Editor-In-Chief Samford’s student affairs team is in transition after announcing changes to staff positions April 3. Lauren Taylor has been named the Assistant Vice President for […]
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