Alessandra Delrose


Students present research

Six students from The University of Alabama were invited to take part in this year’s National Conference for Undergraduate Research at Eastern Washington University. According the conference website, the mission of the NCUR is “to promote undergraduate research scholarship and creative activity ...

Panelists discuss issues for Alabama's school system

This week's topic for The University of Alabama’s Honors College's town hall meeting was “Making the Grade: Reforming Alabama’s Education,” a discussion about the main challenges in Alabama’s school system.

Moore emphasizes volunteerism

Matt Moore is a senior at The University of Alabama and the president of Al’s Pals. With law school in his sights, he is triple majoring in political science, public relations and economics.

Spirit of Alabama Act fails in Senate

Debate sparked over the Spirit of Alabama Act at Thursday night's SGA senate meeting. Senator Patrick Fitzgerald, a sophomore majoring in international marketing, originally proposed the bill to the senate in with the intent to help people.

Obama visits Alabama for civil rights anniversary

President Barack Obama visited Alabama on Saturday for the 50th anniversary of Bloody Sunday in Selma, along with First Lady Michelle Obama, former President George W. Bush and former First Lady Laura Bush. The president spoke at the foot of the Edmund Pettus Bridge, the site of the violent civil rights ...

Summit gives support to group of student-parents

According to The University of Alabama’s Graduate Parent Support Program, over 24 percent of college students across the country have or are expecting a child. Throughout the last 10 years, this population of student-parents has been on the rise.

April MCAT to reflect three major changes

Wednesday is the first day MCAT registration will open for April exams, but this year students signing up will be taking a newly-modified MCAT. Owen Farcy, a Kaplan Prep instructor, said that there are three big changes to the MCAT.

FYE hosts second half forum

After attending and speaking at a leadership conference for First Year Experience last year, Undre Phillips, a senior majoring in secondary education, was inspired to start an event that would allow students to step out of their comfort zones and become a part of campus life.