Adam Dodson

Articles

University construction on-schedule

The University of Alabama has plans for new dining halls, residence halls and other facilities for students. Officials say there has been nothing that has delayed the timelines of finished construction. 

Doug Jones increases in polls, popularity

Democratic candidate for Alabama senator. Doug Jones, continues to rise in recent polls as Republican candidate Roy Moore has been forced to address multiple sexual conduct allegations involving young girls. These reports have grown over the past couple weeks, and have had a potentially significant ...

Short-term rental in Tuscaloosa finds success

The areas have experienced success with leasing in the short-term while not seeing a rise in crime. Leasing companies, the tenants, parents and students have all expressed their satisfaction with the new policy, and even expressed the desire to expand the policy. 

Student runs sea to sea for cancer research

Rentschler, a senior at the University and president of Run UA, has enjoyed the exhilaration of running her entire life. This summer she found a new thrill when an Instagram advertisement popped up on her feed that featured a 4K sponsored by the Ulman Cancer Fund.

Out-of-state students struggle to find ATMs for their respective banks

“When I got to Tuscaloosa my bank was not on campus or anywhere in Tuscaloosa,” said Hodge, a finance major from Arizona. “I eventually had to switch to a bank with a Tuscaloosa location just to stop paying the withdrawal fees and simply so I could have easier access to my money.” 

Capstone Men and Women showcase University

"My time in Capstone taught me how to manage my time before joining the work force," Shields said. "I learned so much about how to act professionally, and I am thankful for that now with my job in D.C."  

Tokyo to Tuscaloosa: Japanese scholar studies life insurance at the Capstone

While some students cross the Black Warrior River to get from home to the University of Alabama, one visiting scholar crossed the Pacific Ocean to do the same. From Tokyo to Tuscaloosa, a rising employee of a prominent Japanese insurance company recently began his scholar in residence program at the ...