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“Locked Up” for a Muscular Dystrophy Fundraiser

It’s not every day the Director of Student Involvement and Leadership gets locked up. On November 16, Joel Hughes was placed “under arrest” in a campaign to raise money for the Muscular Dystrophy Association. Muscular Dystrophy is a group of diseases that cause a loss of muscle mass and progressively weakens

Holiday Giving With AUM Athletics

The holidays are right around the corner, and now is the time for giving. Students in the AUM Athletics program have shown their commitment to making a difference in the community all year, but especially during the most wonderful time of the year. They have partnered with the Montgomery County Sherriff’s

Q&A With ART Club Adviser William Fenn

  In a Q&A with "ART Club" Adviser, Associate Professor and Department Chair William Fenn, we learned the importance of art at our university. Q: Why does the Art club take trips? A: The ART Club takes trips for three key reasons: First, prior to the ART Club being launched in Fall 2016, I met

Updated Policy for Student Accounts

The Office of Student Accounts has changed its policy for holds on students accounts and registration cancellation. Students will no longer blocked from registration for owing $500 or less. Instead, a hold will be placed on the release of the student's transcripts. Also, students who owe more than $3,000 on the

The Things We Don’t See

One great resource we have on campus is our Center for Disability Services center. For me personally I know I have not always fully understood all disabilities and the fact that they may not always be seen. I sat down with Jenise Jenkins the Senior Program Associate in our Center

Q&A With Study Abroad Manager Yiyun Liu

A global community is what this nation represents and our AUM Study Abroad Program is playing its part in helping our student body become more engaged and familiar with a global mindset. The annual Study Abroad fair just kicked off the excitement of the student body about this year’s travel

ASF to Show “A Christmas Carol”

There's no better way to get in the holiday spirit than seeing a play at the Alabama Shakespeare Festival! Every year, the Festival brings Charles Dicken's heartwarming and exciting play "A Christmas Carol" to life for the Montgomery community. Showings will begin November 30 and run until Christmas Eve, which provides plenty

MMFA to Host Holiday Open House

On December 2 from 1 to 4 p.m., the Montgomery Museum of Fine Arts (MMFA) will host a Holiday Open House, sponsored by BBVA Compass Foundation. In addition to the museum and art displays being open, this event  will have sleigh rides, local choral group’s performances and even an appearance from the

Cloverdale Playhouse to Show “Little Women”

The Cloverdale Playhouse will be putting on a production of "Little Women" from November 30 – December 10. This classic 150 year old book by Louisa May Alcott is brought to life on stage. The story of four sisters living in the civil era discovering who they are and the