All university-sponsored travel has been suspended due to the coronavirus being declared a global health emergency by the World Health Organization.
Although unpaid internships remain controversial among college students, they continue to be a popular way for undergraduates to gain experience before entering the workforce.
Students, Faculty, and locals of Tuscaloosa gathered to hear Yusef Salaam tell his story.
Students gathered at the University of Alabama for the ending ceremony of Martin Luther King Jr. week, with the presence of one of the Central Park Five and University President Stuart Bell.
Millennials share how they feel the new gas tax is a necessary burden.
UA’s Office of Emergency Management has made a huge update to their safety app, making it quicker and easier to get information.
Tuscaloosa residents struggling with food addiction can now share their burdens with people like them.
Celebrating 20 years of service, Tuscaloosa’s One Place provides families with the resources they need to grow and develop into strong, functional family units.
Tuscaloosa residents talk about how growing houseplants changes lives for the better.
The West Alabama Food Bank, in partnership with Alabama Credit Union and other donors, works with elementary and middle schools in counties across West Alabama to provide food over the weekends for the children who need it most.