• Softball gearing up for conference

    Sarah Tuttle, Web Editor

    The Samford softball team has started the season with an 11-23 record. The Bulldogs began conference play last week and are 1-2 in SoCon matches.

    Notable wins for the …

  • Social media kills living in the moment

    Meredith Webber, Columnist 

    Spring break is finally here. You climb out of the cramped backseat after the five-hour drive, quickly stretch, throw your bags in the hotel room and run toward the beach …

  • SGA elections marked by record turnout

    Sam Chandler, Managing Editor

    The Samford student body made its voice heard on Monday, March 27.

    For the second straight year, a record number of undergraduates voted in the Student Government Association elections. According to …

  • Henna Stories: An artistic opportunity to share the Bible

    Maryellen Newton, Staff Writer

    On Wednesday, March 29, Henna Stories was held on Ben Brown Plaza. The idea originated from senior Bekah Mooney, the leader of a cadre called Encouraged and Equipped by the Gospel …

  • “Life,” “Beauty and the Beast” underwhelm movie reviewers

    Jared Skinner, Features Writer

    After seeing two movies this past weekend, I walked away so underwhelmed that I didn’t want to review either. So, in honor of the fiercely mediocre efforts put forth by …

  • SGA elections marked by record turnout
    Sam Chandler, Managing Editor The Samford student body made its voice heard on Monday, March 27. For the second straight year, a record number of undergraduates voted in the Student Government […]
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  • A student’s guide to the SGA elections
    Abby Zajac, Staff Writer With elections a little over three days away, now is the time to learn about the contributions Samford’s Student Government Association make on campus. SGA supports campus […]
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  • SGA unveils honor pledge at town hall
    Sam Chandler, Managing Editor The Student Government Association hosted a town hall meeting in Brock Forum on Monday, March 6, to unveil an honor pledge that will be voted upon in the upcoming SGA […]
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  • STORI takes on East Lake and video projects
    Maryellen Newton, Staff Writer In 1957 Howard College moved from its East Lake campus to a new one in Homewood. The school, renamed 10 years later to Samford University, did not leave East Lake […]
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  • Public health students host opioid abuse awareness forum
    Asia Simone Burns, Editor-in-Chief Three Samford students took the opportunity to tackle a controversial issue on Feb. 27 when they hosted a forum allowing citizens to discuss the Jefferson County […]
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  • SAILS data shapes Samford QEP effort
    Asia Simone Burns, Editor-in-Chief After officially announcing and implementing the quality enhancement plan, Samford’s QEP committee is now focusing on ensuring that its success is adequately […]
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  • Student-led PR campaign gains traction, earns city-wide recognition
    Madison Browder, News Writer Birmingham Mayor William Bell recently proclaimed March 5 as Birmingham’s Mental Health Awareness Day as a direct result of the efforts of five Samford students.   […]
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