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Tuesday Scott, a freshman in biomedical sciences, paddles on the Apalachee River in the lower Mobile-Tensaw River Delta during the August Outdoor Adventures full-moon paddle.

A Full-Moon Adventure in Mobile's Delta
August 26, 2016

Take a trip accented by the sounds of cicadas and splashing mullet and the sights of alligator eyes and a glimmering skyline.

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All roads lead South for Tom Franklin. The New York Times best-selling writer earned USA undergraduate and graduate degrees, taught at the University and will return in March as part of a visiting writers series.

The Unfailing Return of Tom Frankin
August 22, 2016

With poor grades and questionable automotive repair skills, writer Franklin lands a job in a morgue, then earns two degrees.

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The University of South Alabama, in partnership with the city of Mobile, is landscaping the medians adjacent to campus, extending the University’s visual entrance from the portals along University Boulevard and Old Shell Road.

Extending South's Visual Entrance
August 19, 2016

In collaboration with the city of Mobile, the University makes aesthetic improvements to its bordering roadways.

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The University of South Alabama's Class of 2020 on Monday, Aug. 15, 2016, at the USA Mitchell Center.

Class of 2020 Greeted with 2016 Convocation
August 15, 2016

New students get survival tips and go on an imaginary Pokémon hunt across campus with USA President Tony Waldrop.

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