SAN ANTONIO– A University of Alabama journalism student is offering some insight on the ongoing immigration debate. Ellisa Bray, a Houston native, is representing the University at the National Association of Hispanic Journalists (NAHJ) meeting here in South Texas this … Read More
UA Student is interviewed on her thoughts about immigration issue by KENS-TV 5 in San Antonio.
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
Ava DuVernay came to Tuscaloosa this weekend for a screening of her award-winning film Middle of Nowhere and to share her experiences with University of Alabama film students and others attending the Second Black Warrior Film Festival.
Men on the University of Alabama campus were asked to wear white on Monday, January 27 as a “Dress for Unity” to honor those who have passed on due to dating/domestic violence. On Tuesday, I’ll take part in a White Ribbon Forum at Gorgas Library at 7:30 p.m.
While current communication studies student Tyler Merriweather told his story of his freshman year at the University of Alabama, alumni Andre Taylor and Zaneta Lowe recalled their experiences years ago at UA’s 50th anniversary of the school’s integration on June 11, 1963. All are connected to UA’s College of Communication & Information Sciences.
A memorable day for me as I ended up covering the same event at University of Alabama with Vasha Hunt, a classmate from high school more than 25 years ago in my hometown of Richmond, Va.
Allison Stoutland sowed seeds of wisdom in the lives of those who heard her address at the Doing What Matters for Alabama’s Children Conference at The University of Alabama Tuesday.
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.
Musical performances by the group Take 6 and the Aeolians this Saturday night at University of Alabama will provide an opportunity to tap into the rich history of Oakwood University, one of the historically black universities in Huntsville, Ala.