On Wednesday, Sept. 11, students received an email from the Dean of Students Office, notifying them that the Madison County Health Department suspected a number of UAH students had contracted the Norovirus. The email stated that “The Madison County Health Department confirmed today that students at The University of Alabama
Stovehouse is one of Huntsville’s newest entertainment and dining destinations. The building used to be home to local stove companies. Danny and Patti Yancey purchased the building and decided to turn it into a place for people to eat, listen to live music outdoors, and have a good time. The
The university has historically been gun-shy about using its UAlert emergency notification system for non-weather events. The Frequently Asked Questions page states the system was designed to disperse information in the “event of a major emergency affecting the campus.” Students have the option of receiving the alerts as voicemail, text
The University of Alabama in Huntsville has raised the requirements for the Charger Excellence scholarship, which currently covers 100% of tuition and two years of on-campus housing. Prior to this year’s freshman Class of 2023, the Charger Excellence scholarship was automatically granted to students who scored 34, 35, or 36
“Request Concert,” which saw a total of only four showings over the course of a week, marks the latest in the theater department’s ventures into more unconventional works. The play was adapted from a 1971 work by German playwright Franz Xaver Kroetz by its director, assistant professor Amy Guerin —
I came to college to spread my wings,And stand now at murky precipice.Hear the tempo my beating heart sings-No sweet melody or operatic pitch. Tall and proud with head held highOr crumpled under pressure and stress,I long to rise above and flyAnd soar over the skyline of Rocket City campus.