Ebola: The Next Epidemic?

From classes, to social media, to the latest gossip, one of the more prevalent topics being discussed among students on UAHuntsville’s campus is the Ebola virus. But what exactly is it, where did it come from, and most importantly where could it travel to next?   According to the World Health Organization (WHO), the first cases of Ebola were documented in 1976 in the African countries of Nzara, Sudan and Yambuku, The Democratic Republic of Congo, and have spread to other parts of Africa,... Read more »

Honors College Launch!

Honors College Launch!

Molly Stalons, Staff Writer

Beneath the Saturn V rocket from Apollo 11, the first manned landing on the moon, the UAH Honors College celebrated its own launch.  About 300 prospective Honors students from around the country and the North Alabama area were invited to the prestigious event, as were the Honors Mentors, Honors Ambassadors, and many prominent members of the UAH administration and staff. After dinner, all assembled were treated to presentations about the Honors College and Honors students.  UAH President, Dr. Robert...  Read More »

October 27, 2014

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Science

EBOLA IN THE U.S.

EBOLA IN THE U.S.

Zach De La Cruz, Staff Writer

With the recent Ebola cases popping up in the U.S., many individuals beg the question, “What can I do to protect myself?” The Center for Disease Control in Atlanta, Georgia,...  Read More »

October 5, 2014

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5 Reasons to join UAH’s Club Ultimate Team

5 Reasons to join UAH’s Club Ultimate Team

Paul Sorrells, Staff Writer

One of the fastest growing sports across the nation is Ultimate Frisbee. Last month, UAH officially created its own Ultimate Frisbee Club Team and is currently looking for...  Read More »

October 29, 2014

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