By Spencer Main News producer Non-residents drive local funding as the out-of-state student population continues to grow at The University of Alabama.
Students embrace the academic and personal obstacles attached to an expanding university.
Ali Selman and I talk about all things Kentucky Derby – from the celebrity appearances to how to make a Mint Julep drink.
Most universities with sports teams bring in a lot of money from their athletics, but what each school does with the money is different.
For Sexual Assault Awareness Month, the Kudzu Coalition of West Alabama hosted a discussion to address misconceptions about sexual assault, marginalized groups that are often ignored, and resources available to those who have experienced or work with victims of sexual assault.
Tuscaloosa residents marched through town in support of science based legislation and called for Senator Richard Shelby to make climate change a priority.
Food & Wine Festival- a preview for the event that is this Thursday, April 27th. Wineries,Breweries and restaurants will serve food to benefit the Red Cross. All proceeds go to them!
This event benefited the Family Counseling Services. They put on this competition this past Thursday. It was a fun event that included chocolate places in town and restaurants!
With the high cost of higher education constantly increasing, when will something be done about it to lower it?
“It’s exciting knowing that it’s time to begin a career in what you know you’re meant to be doing.”