Jaquiski Tartt: Prepped for the Sunday spotlight
He’s been called the sleeper of the NFL draft, but Jaquiski Tartt has been impressing NFL scouts during his time as a three-year starting safety here at Samford.
What makes Tartt …
Women’s golf turns in third place finish at SoCon tourney
The women’s golf team shot its lowest score at the SoCon Championship since joining the conference in 2008, ending the season with a third place finish for the second straight season.
A response to senior giving
RACHEL STANBACK, Member of the Senior Giving Committee
I’ll admit it.
When I first heard about Samford’s senior giving campaign, I scoffed.
“I don’t have time to think about that,” I thought …
Speciesism: What’s for dinner?
NATALIE BENNIE, Columnist
As Earth Day comes around again this year, I find myself unable to shake an image from last year’s Earth Day Sustainability Fair.
One of the booths had brought in a …
Tried and denied: Samford’s gay-straight alliance
IKE LAMBERT, Guest Contributor
From 2007 to 2012, Samford University was ranked among the top 10 “Most Unfriendly LGBT Campuses” by the Princeton Review. Why?
Samford’s absence of a school-sanctioned Gay-Straight Alliance …
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Sydney Cromwell, Editor-in-Chief Out of 51 randomly selected Samford students, only three knew how to…
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