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Graduate students, all with history majors, join the Muscle Shoals National Heritage Area to participate in various history projects. Besides gaining experience in their fields, the work they do also lets them interact with local communities.

Students work for local history projects

by Life Editor Tyler Hargett
October 21, 2017
A Confederate statue stands in front of the Lauderdale County Courthouse in Florence. According to its description, it was made in remembrance of the Confederate soldiers from Lauderdale County who lost their lives during the Civil War.

Campus discusses national Confederate controversy

by Student Writer Malachi Blackwood
September 7, 2017

Holocaust survivor speaks at UNA

by Life Editor Monday Sanderson
September 15, 2016
Late History Professor Lawrence “Larry” Nelson teaches a history class. Nelson died Jan. 14, 2014, from a brain tumor. The first in an annual series of lectures honoring him will be March 10 in the Department of Communications building room 131 at 7 p.m.

Lectures honor late professor

by Life Editor Melissa Parker
March 9, 2016
Community and campus events allow people of all cultures and races to come together to remember the past and change the future. 

Black History events encourage unity and awareness

by Life Editor Melissa Parker
February 13, 2016

Pride keeps Victory Flame burning

by Online Editor Emily Kazungu
November 21, 2015

Alumni project Memorial Amphitheater survives decades of history

By Managing Editor Jasmine Fleming
November 21, 2015
Members of ROTC and the Pride of Dixie marching band take to the streets during 2012’s homecoming parade.  Homecoming 2015 festivities kicked off Oct. 13 and will end with the football game against University of North Carolina-Pembroke Oct. 17.

Homecoming traditions big part of UNA pride

By Online Editor Emily Kazungu
October 17, 2015
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