According to Patrick Corrigan of The University of Chicago, mental illness affects patients with “a double-edged sword.”
Mackenzie Ross | Staff Reporter
When Jennifer Humber began advising 35 long-distance business students in 2006, she never imagined the growth the program would experience.
Alabama’s doubleheader sweep of Mississippi Valley State on Tuesday served as an example of a team that can at times pitch and hit its way to a victory. The Crimson Tide won the first game against the Delta Devils 3-1 while taking the second game 16-5.
When Kanye West is mentioned, people know where they stand. Love him or hate him, West is a force to be reckoned with. As someone who was never swayed to love or hate the man who stole Taylor Swift’s shining moment, Sarah Blake’s book of poetry about West, aptly named “Mr. West,” reminds a reader about who he is – a human who makes mistakes like the rest of us.
The Student Judiciary released an order on Tuesday, April 21 stating Chisolm Allenlundy will be the Chief of Staff for the 2015-2016 SGA term.
Jason Black is the first male to receive the Gender Scholar of the Year Award of 2015, presented by the Southern States Communication Association.
Danae Hays put on her jersey, just as she has for the last four years, to play in front of fans that might have been her own, in an alternate timeline.
A summer-long tour of collaboration will kick off in Tuscaloosa Thursday night at 7 p.m. Four bands will join in the name of friendship and music at the Tuscaloosa Amphitheater.