High school students begin a major weekend video project in connection with the upcoming 75th anniversary of the Alabama Scholastic Press Association.
In attending a candlelight vigil at Tuscaloosa’s Government Plaza Wednesday evening, I saw a celebration of the Spirit of Tuscaloosa that will carry us through the months of years of recovery ahead after the April 27th tornado.
Today we celebrate the life of University of Alabama Journalism Student William Malnati, who passed away Monday after an illness.
As I talk briefly at the UA System Scholars Institute this afternoon about using Twitter, here are the FIVE takeaways: 1. It’s a Requirement today for Breaking News If we learned anything from the story of bin Laden’s death or … Read More
Lev Gonick of Case Western Reserve University is kicking off the second day of the UA System Scholars Institute in Tuscaloosa.
The Two-Day UA System Scholars Institute has begun at the Bryant Conference Center in Tuscaloosa, less than two weeks after a deadly EF-4 tornado touched down a few blocks away.
Family members of one of the University of Alabama students killed in the April 27 tornado, Marcus Smith, spoke to both The Richmond Times Dispatch and WTVR-TV.
At a May 3 memorial service, Marcus J. Smith was remembered for his servant spirit and leadership qualities as an active member of The Church of Christ at Northwood. Smith was one of six University of Alabama students who were killed in the April 27 tornado that swept through Tuscaloosa.
Today we mark the beginning of the day after a devastating tornado ripped through Tuscaloosa, Ala, the home of the University of Alabama.
Birmingham News Interactive Director Staci Brown Brooks visited students in the Capstone Association of Black Journalists Wednesday evening.