The Buchtelite

What you missed over spring break

What you missed over spring break

By Grant Morgan, Managing Editor

March 28, 2016


Filed under Campus News, Showcase

Kristina Aiad-Toss and Logan Lane contributed reporting  While you were away on spring break, an update came about when and how students will be getting their fee refunds, UA’s faculty union and administration resolved their disagreements over contract negotiations, and two new members were appointed to th...

What you might have missed

By Grant Morgan, Managing Editor

January 25, 2016


Filed under Campus News

Finals week is demanding, and it’s often difficult for students to keep up with anything other than studying, finishing final projects, and taking tests. Then, when winter break comes, many take full advantage of the respite from classes by directing all their focus to other aspects of their lives...

Renovations transform Student Union bookstore

Renovations transform Student Union bookstore

By Kristina Aiad-Toss, News Writer

February 23, 2015


Filed under News, Showcase

  As many students may have noticed, the Student Union (SU) Barnes & Noble is currently under construction. The store is being completely remodeled and rearranged. Improvements are expected to be completed by Saturday, Feb. 28. Patrick Duff, the SU general manager, revealed many details abo...

Students use winter break to help others

Students use winter break to help others

January 24, 2013


Filed under News

Written by: Katelyn Freil While many students were using their Christmas break to catch up on sleep, a group of university students traveled to Oakridge, Tenn., to help people in need. The UA chapter of Habitat for Humanity visited its fellow affiliate in Anderson County for a week over winter brea...

Mill Street bridge: Illumination stretching across campus

September 6, 2011


Filed under News

By: Lindsay Mulhollen Many students may not remember when the Mill Street bridge was open three years ago; after seeing a total rebuild, the bridge is able to be used once again. One lane of traffic is open each way, as well as one sidewalk for pedestrian traffic; these parts of the bridge will rema...