• Track and field competes at Auburn: A recap even you can understand

    Brandon Hazouri, Columnist

    The Samford track and field team has had its share of great performances this year, and this weekend’s trip to Auburn University was no different. The likelihood that you understand the …

  • Thanks for everything, Crimson

    Sam Chandler, Managing Editor

    It’s a late Tuesday night on the third floor of the University Center, and a group of students is hard at work. That’s what we say, at least.

    Keyboards …

  • Taking life one flight at a time: Samford student doubles as a pilot

    Maryellen Newton, Staff Writer

    Some Samford students’ weekend activities include Atlanta Braves games, concerts or even hometown visits. Freshman Davis Ebbert does something different: He flies planes.

    When Ebbert was 6 years old, his grandfather …

  • Summer Send-Off returns to Samford

    Maryellen Newton, Staff Writer

    Summer Send-Off is a three-day period the last week of classes where students come together in Ben Brown Plaza to celebrate the end of another year and the beginning …

  • As NFL Draft kicks off, Hamilton waits for his chance

    Sam Chandler, Managing Editor

     

    HOMEWOOD, Ala. — Karel Hamilton knew what he needed to do.

    The jury of scouts eyeing him from 40 yards down field knew what they wanted to see—explosiveness, speed, acceleration …

  • As NFL Draft kicks off, Hamilton waits for his chance
    Sam Chandler, Managing Editor   HOMEWOOD, Ala. — Karel Hamilton knew what he needed to do. The jury of scouts eyeing him from 40 yards down field knew what they wanted to see—explosiveness, […]
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  • 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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  • 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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  • 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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