With the 2016 summer semester concluded, many students are breathing a sigh of relief. Summer classes are intensive, fast-paced, and often more demanding than their fall and spring counterparts. Classes are three hours a day, four days a week, for four weeks – but cover the same material as a standard semester. Dateline Alabama spoke to UA students about their summer courses and if they played out as expected.
Tuscaloosa has a lot to offer, and continues to add to the list as the city plans for the future. As it branches out to include different avenues of interest, what does it leave behind?
Harry Potter and the Cursed Child-Parts I & II is emptying out of bookstores quick as people rush to read J.K. Rowling’s newest release.
Students voice their opinions on who should be the president in the upcoming election.
The University of Alabama spends a lot of money in order to function, including maintenance, renovation, and even new construction. Some students were surprised when they heard just how much it takes to keep campus looking beautiful. Continue reading
Most students on a college campus have likely run into underage drinking at some point, whether they have participated, seen or heard about it. Some people think it’s a problem, that students under the age of 21 shouldn’t be drinking alcohol, but others think the law should be changed. Continue reading
Alabama students predict success for both Starbucks and SupeStore. Continue reading
Gallettes is set to host a special Bid Day event, with unique drink specials and free food. Continue reading
Modern parents likely struggle with keeping their kids away from video games, but all those hours on may soon pay off. Some players have managed to turn their hobby into international superstardom in a growing industry of competitive video gaming known as eSports. These “athletes” go head-to-head in sold out stadiums all over the world as crowds of millions watch them live via internet feed. This international audience grows every year, and is beginning to eclipse those of popular traditional sports. Continue reading
Band of Brothers Brewing new food truck rallies are gaining momentum in Tuscaloosa. Two future rallies are planned for September and October. Continue reading