Of the many adjustments high school students make when transitioning to college, one of the biggest shocks comes with the realization they’re no longer considered athletes, and how they cope with their new-found identities.
Natalie Baine, a junior at Alabama from Roswell, Ga., passed away from injuries sustained in a car accident in Montgomery while she was returning from the BCS National Championship game in Miami, Fla. Baine was able to save the lives of four individuals across the
La Lola Loca, a popular food truck on The University of Alabama’s campus, had its grand reopening Jan. 23 at 10:45 a.m. The Spanish-inspired dining truck has been on the University’s campus since the beginning of fall 2012. The grand reopening was delayed for numerous
By Michael Vine TUSCALOOSA — Undocumented Filipino Jose Antonio Vargas wants to start a conversation in Alabama – not just about HB-56, a controversial immigration law passed last year, but about gay rights as well. Although if you ask him, that’s not really it either.
Story by Anna Ramia TUSCALOOSA — Faculty and staff at The University of Alabama have two months to quit smoking or they will be charged $300 a year. While some institutions offer financial incentives for their staff to quit smoking, the University has added a
by Jon Whitworth Bethany Belcher, 17, watches the Panthers softball team play as she looks on from the dugout. If it were a couple weeks ago, she would be standing in the infield playing shortstop. Instead, she must sit on the bench and play the
by Jon Whitworth It is June 18, 2005, the sun has just peaked over the hills and it is already burning up in Clay, Alabama. Where broken glass lies and freshly melted rubber sticks to cement, tracing the path of the last car he may