Annie Hollon

Articles

Free speech of Greek students restricted

When members of Greek organizations become initiated, they join a brotherhood, sisterhood, and a new set of rules. These rules often surround the ways in which members present themselves. Organizations often set precautions to uphold the name the founders and following members spent so long developing, ...

3D printing revolutionizing prosthetics industry

Whether it is a passing stage of development or a loophole for conventional manufacturing with sky-high pricing, this technology is making way for a future in which certain aspects of healthcare are more accessible.  

Libraries, fraternity kickoff annual Toys for Tots drive

“The brothers for Phi Kappa Psi Wanted a chance to give the kids of our community a good holiday season,” said Cord Callaway, president of the fraternity. “Toys for Tots gave us that opportunity to help such a good cause.” 

Student sleuths solve murder mystery at University Programs dinner

About a hundred students-turned-sleuths worked in teams to solve the murder of Johnny Diamond Thursday night. Jealous groupies, indebted doctors and rejected rockstars were among the list of possible subjects in the investigation at the University Program’s Murder Mystery Dinner. Students got to test ...

Murder mystery dinner to transform students into detectives

University Programs (UP) will give students the opportunity to sleuth their way through a murder mystery-style dinner held in the ballroom of the Ferguson Student Center. Attendees will work together with a cast of actors to solve the mystery for a chance to win prizes.

Health expo provides students with information for local healthcare

Trying to balance social life, school work and employment responsibilities often cause students to sacrifice self-care, and in conjunction, their health. One of the key objectives of this event was to give students, regardless of gender, access to health resources. 

Homecoming Parade celebrates legacy and student organizations

Hundreds of members of The University of Alabama community lined the streets of Tuscaloosa to watch the procession of the annual Homecoming Parade on Saturday afternoon. Students, alumni, and fans alike cheered as student organizations and local businesses made their way down University Boulevard.   ...

Workshop to address overload

This event looks to raise awareness among students and employees about what self-inflicted overload looks like, methods to prevent it, and ways to get back on track.