Jacinta Huff, the daughter of a career Navyman, weighs in on the state of Alabama’s GI Dependent Scholarship Program. The law dictates that in order to receive education benefits from a parent, that person must be a resident of Alabama for a minimum of five
Senior journalism student Lauren Carlton weighs in on the closing to the New York City Opera.
Crimson Ride, UA’s transportation network, works tirelessly to better transportation around campus and alleviate parking strain around campus. However, with the increased levels of population growth around the UA campus, efficiency is a major hurdle that Crimson Ride officials need to face.
By Katherine Owen
In an adaptation of the 1897 novel What Maisie Knew, actress Onata Aprile shines as Maisie, a child torn between selfish, divorced parents who walk out on Maisie when she needs them most.
Amongst the sidewalk chalk advertisements, endless seas of flyers and constant Facebook posts, many campus organizations, like University of Alabama’s Dance Marathon, have turned to the unconventional to capture students’ attention in an increasingly crowded media environment.
The University of Alabama offers flu shots to students free of charge, however students across campus are not entirely convinced that the vaccinations are in their best interest.
At the Children’s Hospital of Alabama in Birmingham, individuals stricken with Tourette’s syndrome find effective treatment through a revolutionary 8-week program. The program does not use any pharmaceuticals to treat patients and still manages to see promising results.
Shannon Zeigler, a youth minister for the non-profit organization UnAshamed, helps give students and Tuscaloosa natives direction through faith.
Chris Stewart, a University of Alabama Baseball commentator, spends his time away from the broadcast booth to reach out to community children as Director of Development for the Boys and Girls Club of west Alabama.