Even with the frustration in the increasing cost of education each year, veterans and military dependents have had difficulty communicating with Veterans Affairs.
The Jewish food festival took place earlier this month and celebrated food of the Jewish culture. Bloom Hillel provided the venue of the event and it was open to the public.
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.
The students left Tuscaloosa on March 2 and spent a couple weeks, including the entirety of their spring break working on the publication.
The South is full of rich history, century-old buildings and a variety of haunted houses with documented claims of paranormal activity to back them up.
Life for a college student can be stressful because of many deadlines, tests and assignments that weigh down our mental, and sometimes, physical state. Whether you need to dust off your hiking boots, or prepare to see a cute baby monkey–this list offers a variety
The University of Alabama’s Hillel celebrated Passover with two Seders last Monday and Tuesday night. Big Al even made a special appearance.
The University of Alabama’s Opera Theatre stole the show with Tuesday night’s One Night Only.
The second annual Okeechobee Music and Arts Festival took place March 2-5, 2017. With its inaugural year drawing a crowd of more than 30,000 people, the festival is expected to do nothing less than grow and continue to draw success in various avenues.
Dutch immigrant ancestors of the Gorgas family arrived in America in 1688. Today, in 2017, their memories and stories are still alive in the Gorgas House Museum located on the University of Alabama Campus.