Morton Hall's entrance evokes Greek architecture.

Morton Hall, the oldest academic building on UAH’s campus, recently underwent a $30 million renovation and opened back up to UAH students, faculty, and staff this semester. The building is located on the north side of campus and is situated directly across from Frank Franz Hall and adjacent to theContinue Reading

A promotional image for the game "Tom Clancy's Rainbow Six Siege"

E-Sports have been a growing phenomenon in the past couple years. Many universities have been creating their own teams to compete at the same level as the established athletic clubs and teams. UAH is no exception. Many of UAH’s E-Sports teams had tryouts on the last weekend of August. TheContinue Reading

Spragins Hall is being used to test students for re-entry

On Monday, Alabama will become the fourth state to launch a COVID-19 Exposure Notification app with the release of the GuideSafe app. UAH has published a page about the GuideSafe app, where it indicates that using the application will be entirely voluntary. The university has also partnered with the broaderContinue Reading

Image of properly secured bikes outside I2C.

Over the winter break, sixteen bikes were stolen from campus by what campus police say was a team of four. Three suspects were arrested by the UAH Police Department, on January 10, 2020, and a warrant has been obtained for the fourth. The bikes were taken from various residence hallsContinue Reading

At the beginning of October, a golf cart was stolen from the university’s Systems Management and Production Center parking lot, and has been missing since. The cart in question is particularly unique, as it had a solar panel attached to the roof. The complainant reported it stolen from SMAP’s parkingContinue Reading

In the dark of the wood lies a menacing foe,Near railroad tracks just south of our home.He stands ten geese tall, as any goslings knows,And they don’t return who after him go. Should ye desire a most frightening night,Simply follow the pond south by moonlight,Down to the stream, across theContinue Reading