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College and Post- Recession Times

By Tyreaze Foster Within the coming weeks, thousands of students will be graduating and taking part in the turning of the tassel ceremony, from left to right. For many this symbolizes one’s transition from student to graduate which means entrance into the stressful lifestyle of adulthood. Soon after this achievement, reality […]

I Get Around

By LaTara Holloway  I bought my first car my sophomore of college after being pushed into it by my family. I’d spent the last few months begging for rides and catching the bus to school and work, and they decided that all that had to stop. I didn’t want to end […]

AFSP: Out of the Darkness

By Alexis Rabsatt Suicide is the second leading cause of death on U.S. college campuses. The first one? Accidents, most of which, however, are believed to be suicide-related. “One in every four college students dies by suicide,” said Jennifer Bradley, Director of the AUM Counseling Center and president of the Alabama […]

Going Greek, is it for you?

By Courtney Singleton AUM is home to three Panhellenic sororities: Alpha Gamma Delta, Delta Zeta and Zeta Tau Alpha. Every fall, AUM has its annual recruitment hoping to find girls interested in joining a sorority and learning more about each Greek organization.   On Sept. 11-13, AUM had its yearly Panhellenic recruitment. […]