The Highlander Magazine
Check out the first issue of Mallet's new literary magazine, The Highlander, here.
The Mallet Newsletter
Want to read what Malleteers are writing? Here are all of our newsletters from this semester: The Return of the Avenging Crusader
Things Mallet Does
- Once a month, Mallet hosts an open mic night. It is pretty cool, there is free coffee, poetry slamming, skits, guitar, didgeridoo, and mad rhymes.
- Beginning this spring semester, we hosted our first Game Show Night featuring Jeopardy, Family Feud, and the Newlywed Game. If you join the Mallet Assembly and have a fun event you want to start as a Mallet or UA tradition, talk to our social chair or someone on the executive board and we will help you, giving you the tools to make your event a success.
- The Darty, short for delightful party or daytime party, was a daytime cookout featuring musical performances by the likes of the internationally-known Collin Spence Webster, Andrew Laningham, – and Wizard Castle Takeoff.
- The Presentathon is a semesterly event where Malleteers present on things they’re passionate and knowledgeable about. Some of our students even use this time to practice for class presentations because Malleteers make a great and supportive audience. Either way, the students become the teachers and share their knowledge with the attendees.
- Face/Off is an event that started this semester in honor of the John Travolta and Nicholas Cage masterpiece. On this very confusing night, we received names of other Malleteers Secret-Santa-Style then showed up dressed as our randomly generated other. How would another Malleteer cosplay as you? Only one way to find out.
- Have you ever realized your high school prom sucked? Yeah.. us too. Mallet held a Prom in December at the upstairs bar in Tuscaloosa’s Mellow Mushroom. College prom is better, we promise.
- Nerds that care about sports? Enter tailgates. During the glorious Alabama football season, we arrange a tent on the quad with lots of home cookin’. Complete with hearing the cheers from the stadium before we actually see the play, it’s a grand ol’ time.