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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.
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.
When I was a young boy, back when dinosaurs still roamed the earth, I’m not entirely sure fire even existed. The leader of the cave tribe that I was born into had just created the first wheel and became soon after the first obnoxious soul who thought riding a unicycle made him cool.
Ya know, sometimes staying happy is hard. Life can just come at you out of nowhere. Emergencies happen, you get busy and it may seem like nothing is going right.
During his opening monologue of Sunday night’s Academy Awards ceremony, host Jimmy Kimmel, after receiving merely a few chuckles toward a joke he had made about the Oscar nominated movie Moonlight, disappointingly asked the audience, “You didn’t see it, did you?”
Every year, multitudes of tech aficionados and basic users alike eagerly await the unveiling of the newest lineup of Apple products.
“If you are born in America, and do not speak Spanish, you are not Latin American,” proclaimed my professor. She had no contempt in her voice, neither malice nor ill will.
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.
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.)
Angil Tate (“Tate”), 22, is a recent graduate of Elmhurst College, with a bachelor's in music business. She is a violist by trade, an Atlanta native and the founder of the Journey School of Visual and Performing Arts (TJSVPA.)
College is a gift. It’s a privilege. Some could say it’s a right, and I think that’s a fair enough point as well. You should always have the option for it, but it should be an earned right, not something that you’re just inherently guaranteed.
Midterms are coming up, you’ve got to decide what classes you’ll take in the fall (or maybe even this summer, yikes), and sleep is basically nonexistent at this point. I have some tips to help you destress, relax and ease your mind a little bit.
Last August, when asked to reflect on the quality of movies in 2016, a disgruntled Boston Globe film critic by the name of Ty Burr told Indiewire.com, “Someday we may look at 2016 as the year that movies died.”
The week before I sat quietly listening to the telenoticias with my host family, as pictures of an escaped murderer who was finally caught by the police blazed across the screen.
The ways music has been shared and distributed have evolved quite drastically over just the course of a few decades.
Let me tell you, Shonda Rhimes is changing lives one page at a time. Here are a few of her quotes that I took to heart, and I think we can all relate to.
Being in college is expensive, so why not save money where you can and still enjoy yourself? Most of these tips are used and known widely, but for those who haven’t caught on…Here’s a few tips on how I live Broke and Boujie.
Coming back as a college student in your mid-twenties is a completely different beast. There’s an innate desire to fit in, as that is what humans tend to do, combined with irrational mental superiority you feel from being an elder.
Alabama is known for its tricky weather and instantaneous changes in the temperature. We basically had three days of winter, and then all of a sudden we had summer.
While college programs have profited off of high-level talent and NFL teams have benefitted from their own personal developmental league, players have been forced, year after year, to put their bodies and their careers at risk all for the sake of “eligibility.”