Color and Letter is beginning to expand their business, on campus and online.
Millennials share how they feel the new gas tax is a necessary burden.
This article contains tips on how to stay safe during A-Day weekend.
Tuscaloosa will host several international events this month for American and international students and families to enjoy.
UA’s Office of Emergency Management has made a huge update to their safety app, making it quicker and easier to get information.
The construction project in Downtown Tuscaloosa currently blocks off portions of Lurleen B. Wallace and University Boulevards. Access to local businesses near the intersection has been limited and patrons and staff fear that the closures could be detrimental to sales.
Tuscaloosa residents struggling with food addiction can now share their burdens with people like them.
A month-long class that can begin a career has come to West Alabama.
With this win, she is automatically in the preliminary running to become Miss Alabama this summer.
The annual event was held Friday and Saturday, displaying an array of student-made films, from horror to drama. Some took home awards.