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Jocelyn Barnes is the 2016-17 head SOAR counselor. “I’m so proud of her for accomplishing all of these things that she’s doing,” said SGA President Sarah Green.

Head student orientation counselor “loves helping others”

by Life Editor Monday Sanderson
June 7, 2016
UNA junior center Sam Buxton tries to keep the other team from getting inside the paint during a UNA basketball game earlier this spring.

Division I could impact athletics for years to come

by Tommy Bolton sports editor
May 30, 2011
UNA police Chief Bob Pastula tours the new police station which will be housed in the basement of Keller Hall. The UNA police department was housed in Keller Hall until 1973 when they decided to move the current location on Waterloo Road.

UNA police to change location, upgrade technology

by Josh Skaggs news editor
May 30, 2011
Tiger Woods looks to rebound from recent failures on the golf course due in large part to his recent divorce with his wife, Elin Nordegren. Woods is on his largest drought of his career due to the recent scandal.

Scandals grow in number in sports world

photo by Orrey Bolton staff writer
May 30, 2011
Flowers Hall has been home to UNA basketball and volleyball since 1972 and has been a big part of team's success as fans fill the arena to cheer on the Lions.

Flowers Hall is home to team basketball, volleyball

by Orrey Bolton staff writer
May 30, 2011
Braly Stadium has been home to the UNA football team for 59 seasons with crowds filling the stands to make it as rowdy as possible.

Braly Stadium is key part in Lions football tradition

by JR Tidwell staff writer
May 30, 2011
NFL Commissioner Roger Goodell (left) and NFLPA Executive Director DeMaurice Smith (right) shows concern during a hearing about the labor dispute earlier this spring.

NFL season in jeopardy because of labor dispute

by JR Tidwell staff writer
May 30, 2011
The Student Recreation Center offers treadmills and bicycles to students who are willing to get in shape and avoid that Freshmen 15.

SRC plays vital role in student fitness, training

by Siobhan Gehrs staff writer
May 30, 2011
The GUC is one of the many places Lion Loot is accepted. A new $75 fee will be charged in the fall to students for them to use at on-campus eateries such as the GUC food court, Towers Cafeteria and the Smart Market Convenience Store.

Another fee, more food options in GUC

by Lucy Berry executive editor
May 30, 2011
Ignite the Skies delivers a soul-crushing sound with screaming guitars and a killer beat.

Rockin’ Out

by Andy Thigpen, life editor
May 30, 2011
UNA’s Sigma Chi delivers supplies April 29.

Tornadoes wreak havoc on UNA family

by Lucy Berry executive editor
May 30, 2011
Michael Carter beasting a saxophone.

First Fridays downtown offers student entertainment

by Amber Rosado staff writer
May 30, 2011
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