Humans in Space Art- Video Challenge

Attention Chargers! Do you have a creative flair and an interest in the universe beyond our stratosphere? The Humans in Space Art Program and NASA’s International Space Station Program are working together to provide an opportunity for college students! This opportunity, the Humans in Space Art Challenge, poses the question “How will space, science, and technology benefit humanity?” Those interested in competing must answer this question in an inventive way— by creating and submitting... Read more »

More Greenway

More Greenway

Hubert Saga, Satirist

The conversation started when The Green Club here on campus brought a valid concern to the President: the UAH campus is not supplying enough oxygen to its students. “With the massive concrete structures, such as the Shelby Center and Parking Deck, tree space is limited and the necessary oxygen is not being supplied,” said Jacki Palahniuk, a graduate student in the atmospheric science department. Before agreeing to tear down the Parking Deck, which would cause a few issues with students, Dr. Altenkirch...  Read More »

October 22, 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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Continuing to Build the Foundation

Continuing to Build the Foundation

Nick Nadolny, Sports Writer

When the puck drops this Friday night, it will have been 215 days since the UAH hockey team played a regular season game. After such a long break, head coach Mike Corbett...  Read More »

October 9, 2014

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