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The Zimlich quintuplets, from left, Amelia Rose, Isabella, Shipley, Sophia and Hallie, were born in 1999 at the University of South Alabama Children’s & Women’s Hospital. This August, they will join the Class of 2022 at South.

Amelia Rose, Isabella, Shipley, Sophia and Hallie Zimlich, born at USA Children's & Women's Hospital, join the Class of 2022. Read More

Members of the Jaguar Marching Band were among the students, faculty and staff who helped freshmen move in to their on-campus homes. Here they are in front of Epsilon Hall.

South students, faculty and staff move 1,332 freshmen in to campus housing, including the newly built Camellia Hall. More

Dusty Norris, a graduate of the University of South Alabama’s anthropology program, is using an archaeology tool to record information about one of the artifacts found at the sites of the shotgun houses in areas of downtown Mobile. This preliminary work is being done as plans for the Mobile River Bridge and Bayway project moves forward.

A USA archaeology team is conducting fieldwork at the site of several shotgun houses; 'These tend to be the forgotten people.' More

SouthFlight emergency air service represents a partnership between USA Health and Air Methods, a privately-owned air medical transport company serving 48 states.

USA Health launches an air service partnership to transport critically ill patients to the region's only Level 1 trauma center. More

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