The Syrian Civil War: Should we intervene?

The Syrian Civil War, which has been fought since 2011, is one that has drawn much controversy due to the complexity of the motivations of the dozens of sides involved in the conflict. However, in the face of the heated politics surrounding the various splinter

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The Alabama Blues Project reaches Tuscaloosa

This past weekend, the University of Alabama hosted a blues concert for aspiring music students and faculty at the university, under the title of “Alabama: Rolling with the Blues.” It encompassed the entirety of West Alabama, and it is the first to kickstart a potentially annual


Cost of Living for Students in Different States

Students from different states struggle with the same problem when trying to find a place to live: the cost of living and finding an affordable space. Three students in different states speak about their experiences with housing and how budgeting is key to college life.


Should College Tuition Be Free?

New York is the first state to offer free college tuition to undergraduate students who attend a four-year university. Students whose families make less than $100,000 a year are eligible for the Excelsior Scholarship.