3,000 blue and pink flags lined The Quad in front of Denny Chimes on Tuesday morning. Bama Students for Life activists placed the flags as a visual representation of the amount of abortions performed in the United States daily.
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.
NOTEable aims to empower students by teaching basic music theory through the recorder.
The organization has opened its doors to area residents for three decades, serving hot meals to people in need.
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.
The event provided resources and information to students at the university.