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Welcome to Words from the Wise!

Follow as blogger, Hank Wolverton, provides his thoughts on a variety of topics and popular experiences from his perspective. 

Love thy fridge and thy neighbor

A person can really take technology for granted until they lose access to said technology. Take a fridge for instance. No one ever thinks about their fridge until one day it randomly just decides to crap out on you and destroy your hopes and dreams of eating a healthy and well balanced diet.


Welcome to the Sports & Entertainment!

Follow as blogger, Cameron Johnson, gives his opinion on all things happening in the world of sports and entertainment.

Why March Madness is the greatest event in sports

One of the more spirited debates around the country that has lasted for decades has been the debate over which event in sports is the best. NBA fans declare their love for the Finals, NFL fans fight passionately for the Super Bowl, and MLB fans vouch for the World Series.


Welcome to Moore Advice!

This is your stop for all of your advice needs. Follow as blogger, Morgan Moore, gives you the answers to the questions you might find yourself constantly asking.

Have any topics you want her to cover? Email her at mlmoore6@crimson.ua.edu.


Welcome to Tide Tech!

This is your go-to source from blogger, Jackson Bryant, for all things technology including apps, product reviews, purchasing advice and breaking news in the technology world. 

Pocket Points: Get paid in coupons to go to class

Sure, I am extremely thankful for the academic scholarships and endowments I have been given to attend The University of Alabama, and we all understand the long-term benefits of a college education when it comes to our potential career, but at times I have personally felt that a few “A's” on a transcript are an underwhelming form of compensation for the countless hours of studying and forfeiture of a social life. 


Welcome to Chronicles of a Negrita!

Follow as blogger, Resha Swanson, combines her perspective on gender and race with new cultural experiences as she studies abroad in Costa Rica. 

Negra

I feel overwhelmingly and uncomfortably black. Not like, “oh, it’s pitch black in here” or, “wow her hair is black”. No. I am talking about black as Grace Jones next to a white background, black as Billie Holiday singing “Strange Fruit” to a crowd of white men, Black as Barack Obama in the White House B-L-A-C-K Black.


Welcome to For the Culture! 

Follow as blogger, TL Smith, explores topics relevant to college students and their culture.

Nine tips to help have a safe spring break

Spring break is quickly approaching and many of us are planning to travel. This week’s post is just a list of a few tips to help you conquer spring break and make it back to T-town (relatively) unscathed.


Welcome to A Vegan in Dixie!

Follow as blogger, Lauren Lane, all topics related to food and establishments in Tuscaloosa. 

T-Town Breweries

Not everyone in Tuscaloosa finds their home in the Boom Boom Room on a Friday night or at Innisfree on a Saturday afternoon. I know sometimes when I go out with friends, I just want to be able to have good conversation and a good drink.


Welcome to Summer Time!

Follow as blogger, Summer George, gives her take on all things lifestyle, fashion, advice, television shows and more. 

19 things you will learn by 19

In a few short days, I will turn 19 becoming a "legal adult" in the state of Alabama. So as my last year as a teenager commences, I decided to reflect on some things I've learned (especially over the course of my freshman year.)