A Tuscaloosa staple offers students, parents, and children alike a cold treat for the warm days of summer.
Most universities with sports teams bring in a lot of money from their athletics, but what each school does with the money is different.
Student-athletes who come from low-income family households must face the harsh realities of finding a school that can benefit them athletically and financially.
The University of Alabama Equestrian Program hosts multiple camps for high school students during the year. The first camp of the year is a two-day camp during A-Day weekend and then two more camps will be held during the summer at River Oaks Farm.
The University of Alabama offers a wide variety of sports on campus and even a club baseball team. While most people hear about the varsity baseball team, the club baseball team is opened to students who still want to play college baseball at a club
Ashley Jeter, junior engineer major and member of the Million Dollar Band Color Guard team, lands summer internship at NASA in Huntsville.
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!