Nearly two years after it launched in October 2014, Apple Pay—the company’s flagship mobile payment platform—continues its breathtaking growth. By Nick Jones News Reporter
After a stressful midterm week, spring break is finally upon us. While many students might be hitting the beach, going on a cruise, or even, heading home, many students choose to stay in Tuscaloosa over the weeklong break.
Dutch immigrant ancestors of the Gorgas family arrived in America in 1688. Today, in 2017, their memories and stories are still alive in the Gorgas House Museum located on the University of Alabama Campus.
Questions surrounding the imagery of what a female athlete’s body should resemble has sparked debate.
Cappuccinos and homework go hand-in-hand at Monarch Espresso Bar in Downtown Tuscaloosa. Monarch, which opened in the fall, offers locals another cozy spot to enjoy a wide selection of coffees, breakfast items, and even decadent desserts. Photos by Arron DePorter
The Adaptive Athletics Program is getting a new facility on campus that will house all teams and students within its program.
Nick Reda’s journey from the start of his baseball career to playing for Alabama’s club baseball team.
Student athletes are faced with a tough decision: to either continue their pursuit in playing collegiate sports or throw in the tile and find another dream to chase.
This fall, Audrey and Paul Vermilyea opened a coffee shop in downtown Tuscaloosa called Monarch Espresso Bar. Monarch Espresso Bar serves breakfast, lunch and dinner, with a heavy emphasis on the dessert menu. Beer and wine is also available and their coffees and espressos will