News ReportersEmily Howell, Chelsea Amend, Andrew Marronaro, Keldrin Palmer Conventional mealtimes are rarely suitable for the busy college student, and that’s why many restaurants on college campuses keep their kitchens open late into the night. We got the scoop on the most popular late-night grub
International students making the most of what food they can find in America. By Carter Boone, Emma Cary and Jessica RamseyNews Reporters TUSCALOOSA- Tuscaloosa, Alabama is the kind of place where home-cooking means everyone’s mama is the greatest cook there ever was. It’s where meals
International students talked about how they have adjusted to new lives in a new country and thrived in their time at the University of Alabama.
20 % of UA students experience food insecurity. UA organizations work to combat food waste and insecurity on campus by expanding knowledge and resources. Organizations such as the FRN and The Student Care and Well-Being office provide the local community with access to nutrient rich
The School of Music has an annual summer program that offers all people of the West Alabama community to learn more about music.
Alabama Reach helps underprivileged students succeed in college. By Carter BooneNews Reporter An on-campus program is helping students who are current and former foster youth, orphans, emancipated minors, wards of the state and homeless youth. The organization, Alabama Reach, aids these students in a supportive environment that allows
A truck that sells fresh flowers around Tuscaloosa
A University of Alabama junior brings a music program back into elementary schools.
“Balance and Brunch” is part of a Bon & Viv promotion at college campuses around the U.S.
Alabama hosted its annual A-day football game this past weekend, welcoming Crimson Tide fans to Tuscaloosa for a preview of the upcoming season. With high hopes and a new vision in mind, the Tide sets out for title No. 18.