Students talk about how the new ‘school shooting’ culture affects their daily college experience.
Memphis natives Lauren and Lindsey Taylor share more than sisterhood: They’re both walk-ons on the UA women’s rowing team, serve as resident advisors, and study pre-med.
Physical media is making a comeback as millennials buy into the notion that retro is the new black.
The Tuscaloosa Amphitheater focuses on providing entertainment to the city while enhancing guest experience in each show.
Julissa Arce, author of “My (Underground) American Dream,” spoke at the Martin Luther King Jr. Realizing the Dream Distinguished Lecture Series on Tuesday.
Thousands of students, teachers, children and parents gathered in Birmingham’s Railroad Park to demand gun reform.
The American Association for the Advancement of Science continues to publish the world’s leading scientific journals, despite the changing dynamic of publishing media content.
The Firehouse Ministry aims to help, not to enable.
Students at the University of Alabama got the chance to meet potential employers.
American artist Wendy White visited the University of Alabama as part of UA’s Department of Art and Art History Visiting Artist and Scholar Lecture Series.