This past Sunday it was my pleasure to be the keynote speaker for The Collegiate 100 Pinning Ceremony at Stillman College here in Tuscaloosa. As a charter member of The 100 Black Men of West Alabama, Inc., I aimed … Read More
The first day of the 2014 University of Alabama System Scholars Institute is in the history books and I’m thinking the tips on how to use social media to enhance our academic mission have been the most memorable and most … Read More
Willie Wilder, and 83-year-old freedom fighter told his story of marching with Dr. Martin Luther King today over breakfast at Stillman College’s Hay College Center.
Two years ago this afternoon an EF-4 tornado tore through Tuscaloosa and wiped out so many homes and neighborhoods. As we remember those lives lost in the storm and the city continues to recover, I am proud to report something … Read More
Allison Jo Stoutland, children’s book author and wife of Alabama Offensive Line Coach Jeff Stoutland, will speak Tuesday at the Doing What Matters for Alabama’s Children Conference at the University of Alabama in Tuscaloosa.
Tuscaloosa County has won the distinction of being one of the 100 Best Places for Young People, for the third year in a row.
Former Alabama Supreme Court Chief Justice Sue Bell Cobb addressed the Doing What Matters for Alabama’s Children’s Conference in Tuscaloosa urging attendees to advocate for a $1 increase in the cigarette tax.
The first workshop for Leadership Tuscaloosa involved taking a group picture, getting to know members of my class and learning about Tuscaloosa County’s history.
The new superintendent of Tuscaloosa City Schools Paul McKendrick made the second stop on his listening tour at Central High School Tuesday night.
Second graders at Tuscaloosa City Schools’ Oakdale Elementary taught me a lot as a volunteer with the Summer Bridge Program in July 2011.