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The past four years with Trump in the White House have been just as violent and dark as his inaugural speech. It’s been a time of immense pain and suffering, particularly for minorities and people of color who have been demonized by the president.
Students respond to Trump’s acquittal
Mason Smith, Sports Editor • February 22, 2021
University appoints Amende as dean of CLASS
University appoints Amende as dean of CLASS
Micah Sanders, Managing Editor for Editorial Operations • February 22, 2021
After 11 years, Alabama State University leased four new buses with enhancements such as electrical plugs, chargers, monitors and HDMI ports as transporation for students, faculty and administrators.
University leases new customized buses
Kendal Manns, Assistant Sports Editor • February 22, 2021
Student parking on the campus of Alabama State University has been relaxed for the past year, due to the pandemic.  However, on Feb. 10 students were notified that they must have a parking decal in order to park on the campus and the cost of the decal is $70.
Students feel parking fee is too expensive
Christine Shelton, Editor-in-Chief • February 22, 2021
Hornets win over Alabama A & M Bulldogs
Hornets win over Alabama A & M Bulldogs
Mason Smith, Sports and Intramurals Editor • February 21, 2021
Woody McCorvey
Woody McCorvey delivers Founders’ Day Address
Micah Sanders, Managing Editor for Editorial Operations • February 21, 2021
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Alumnus sponsors free food and mask giveaway
Alumnus sponsors free food and mask giveaway
Christine Shelton February 27, 2021
The past four years with Trump in the White House have been just as violent and dark as his inaugural speech. It’s been a time of immense pain and suffering, particularly for minorities and people of color who have been demonized by the president.
Students respond to Trump’s acquittal
Mason Smith, Sports Editor • February 22, 2021
University appoints Amende as dean of CLASS
University appoints Amende as dean of CLASS
Micah Sanders, Managing Editor for Editorial Operations • February 22, 2021
After 11 years, Alabama State University leased four new buses with enhancements such as electrical plugs, chargers, monitors and HDMI ports as transporation for students, faculty and administrators.
University leases new customized buses
Kendal Manns, Assistant Sports Editor • February 22, 2021
Christine Shelton
Is a degree from ASU really worth it?
Christine Shelton, Editor-in-Chief • February 6, 2021
Why LinkedIn is important for college students
Why LinkedIn is important for college students
Micah Sanders, Managing Editor for Editorial Operations • February 6, 2021
Should ASU Expand the Pass/Fail Option
Should ASU Expand the Pass/Fail Option
Cullen Davis, Viewpoints Editor • February 1, 2021
COVID-19: Race in America
COVID-19: Race in America
Christine Shelton, Editor-in-Chief • February 1, 2021
Hornets win over Alabama A & M Bulldogs
Hornets win over Alabama A & M Bulldogs
Mason Smith, Sports and Intramurals Editor • February 21, 2021

In the biggest rivalry game of the season, the Alabama State Hornets were able to defeat the Alabama A&M Bulldogs 72-58 in the Dunn-Oliver...

Cicely Tyson, Pioneering Hollywood Icon, Dies at 96
Cicely Tyson, Pioneering Hollywood Icon, Dies at 96
Associated Press February 6, 2021

Emmy- and Tony-winning actress Cicely Tyson, who distinguished herself in theater, film and television, died on Thursday afternoon. She was 96. “I...

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Alumnus Danny Darnell Carr is the District Attorney for the Birmingham Division of Jefferson County  since Nov. 27, 2018. Carr previously served as the county’s interim district attorney in 2017 and had been a prosecutor in that office for the past 17 years. He is the first African-American District Attorney in the Birmingham division of the Jefferson County, Alabama District Attorney’s office.
From the basketball court to the court of law
Camille Zanders, Alumni Connection Editor • February 22, 2021

The relationship between the black community and the United States Criminal Justice System has been antithetical, and in most cases, adversarial...

Residential life in the age of COVID-19
Residential life in the age of COVID-19
Lucy Kamlewechi January 28, 2021

After the outbreak of COVID-19 on Dec. 31, 2019 in Wuhan, China, there were drastic changes such as the closing of borders, businesses, restaurants,...

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