Judson College students in Selma on the way to the Edmund Pettus Bridge

The 50th Anniversary of Bloody Sunday in Selma

Saturday March 7, 2015 marked the 50th anniversary of Bloody Sunday. Thousands gathered in the town of Selma to celebrate this historic event. People parked in the streets, and sellers called out their merchandise. The line stretched along the sidewalks close to the First Baptist Church of Selma and the Cornerstone Presbyterian Church all the…


Kathy Engel Speaks at Judson College

Kathy Engel was featured in Judson College’s concert/lecture series on March 5, 2015. Engel read several of her poems for Judson students, faculty and staff, as well as several members of the community who attended. Engel is a poet, activist and teacher. Engel has given workshops and readings nationally. Her poems have been widely published…

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Parent’s Day

On Saturday March 7, 2015, Judson College hosted Parent’s Day. Parent’s Day is a day filled with intermural basketball games and skit competitions. Students invite their families to attend, and take part in the fun. This year the theme for Parent’s Day was 1960s Batman. The students incorporated this theme into their team names, t-shirts,…

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Alabama Women’s Hall of Fame Inducts Kathryn Tucker Windham

On March 12th, Judson hosted the 44th Installation Ceremony for the Alabama Women’s Hall of Fame. This event was held in the Alumnae Auditorium. This year’s inductee was Kathryn Tucker Windham. Terri Sewell, U.S. Representative for Alabama’s 7th Congressional Congress, spoke about the importance of women. Kathryn Tucker Windham was born in 1918 and passed…


“Judson NOW!” Holds Dance Competition

On March 20th from 12:00-1:30p.m., Judson NOW! will hold a dance competition on the hockey field in front of the gymnasium. “Judson NOW!” is the new student video journal on YouTube. Margie Gunter is the producer, director, writer, and host of the show. “The purpose of Judson NOW! is to give a glimpse into campus…

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SGA Sponsors Coffee House

On Friday, Feb. 20 at, 7 p.m., Judson College held “Coffee House” in the “Mary Catherine Archibald Blunt Hall” also known as the “J”. Coffee House is an event that is sponsored by the SGA periodically each semester. The Judson student body as well as the MMI community had the opportunity to meet and gather…

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The Artisan Cafe

Located in downtown Marion, Alabama, across the street from the courthouse, is The Artisan Café. This unique eatery, owned by Laurette Turner, fills the interior of the historical Marion Hotel building. Its walls are now full of various artworks, lined with bookshelves containing locally produced goods, and echoing the sounds of customers enjoying freshly made…

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Judson Eagles Soar

Judson College’s basketball team took on Selma University on Monday, January 26. The game started at 6 p.m. in Riddle Gymnasium. Selma University was led by Coach Rembrandt. Judson College was led by Coach White and Coach Fowler. At the end of the first half, Judson led by the score of 42 to 35. In the…

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How Well Do Judson Students Know Their Trivia?

The iPhone and Android app Trivia Crack has recently swept the nation, as well as Judson College. But how well do Judson students actually know their trivia? A few Judson girls step up to test their skills. Answers to Trivia Questions 1. What animal has know gall bladder? – deer 2. How many eyes do…

Judson College's Western team. photo cred: Bill Matthews

Judson College Equestrian Team

Judson College Equestrians compete in the Intercollegiate Horse Show Association (IHSA). Judson has two teams, the Hunt Seat team and the Western Team. The difference between these teams is the types of saddles they use, and the attire worn for shows. Hunt Seat is ridden with an english saddle, while Western team rides in a…

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