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UNA should no longer be ‘best kept secret’ in Alabama

UNA should no longer be ‘best kept secret’ in Alabama

By SGA President Chase Holcombe
August 28, 2018

Alabama ranked 8th best state for drivers

by UNA Police Sgt. Shequanda Jenkins
February 12, 2018

Alabama ranks high among unhealthiest states

by Life Editor Tyler Hargett
December 2, 2017
Senior nursing students Kara Shults and Garrett Grigsby work together on an in-class exercise. Alabama was ranked as 2017's fourth worst state for nurses despite the Anderson College of Nursing's recent testing achievements.

UNA nurses stand strong despite Alabama rank

by Life Editor Tyler Hargett
September 13, 2017
Professors and fall 2016 graduates listen to guest speaker and music critic Peter Guralnick. In Alabama, 1 1/2 out of every 10 people have a bachelor’s degree or higher, according to the U.S. Census Bureaus’ American Community Survey.

Alabama ranks as 7th least educated state

by Associate Life Editor Hannah Zimmer
March 10, 2017

Alabama ranks 50th for overall dental health

by Associate Life Editor Tyler Hargett
February 24, 2017
The W.C. Handy Birthplace, Museum and Library is in Florence. The log cabin houses memorabilia from the “Father of the Blues.”

Alabama locations to experience black history

by Editor-in-Chief Jasmine Fleming
February 15, 2017

Bullying more likely to affect students in Alabama

by Life Editor Monday Sanderson
September 8, 2016
UNA students march to the statehouse for a Higher Education Day rally Feb. 25. Student Government Association President-elect Sarah Green said 48 students represented UNA at the event.

Study: Fewer than 40 percent of Alabamians hold degrees

by News Editor Anna Beahm
March 6, 2016
Students have a snowball fight as snow continues to fall on campus in February 2015. Officials recently closed campus for potential winter weather, but little precipitation fell.

Administrative team determines class cancellations

by Student Writer Noel Geiger
February 14, 2016
Human trafficking does not happen just in third world countries.  The “super highway of human trafficking” is Alabama’s Interstate 20 that cuts through Tuscaloosa, Birmingham and Anniston, said Fundraising Chair for END IT Alabama David Pinkleton.

Super highway sees more than ‘car’ traffic

by Life Editor Melissa Parker
January 30, 2016
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