Isabella Garrison


Honors College Town Hall to explore fake news

“The discussion breaks down into three parts. The first part is going to be what is fake news, defining the term and finding how it fits into society,” said Cole Delaney, a junior majoring in finance and a coordinator for the Town Hall. “The second part is what is the harm? Why do we care about ...

Condition of victim shot outside Rounders unknown

An unidentified 26-year-old man was shot in the lower back outside of Rounders Bar at 12:39 a.m. Sunday morning. The condition of the victim, who is being treated at the DCH regional Medical Center, is currently unknown.

Gorgas House exhibit displays life of William Gorgas

The house, established in 1831, provides a window into the University’s past. Currently, the museum’s exhibit, “William C. Gorgas and the Great War,” highlights the life of William C. Gorgas, son of Josiah and Amelia Gorgas, who lived in the Gorgas House, and the lives of Tuscaloosans during ...

University releases statement on DACA

President Trump ordered an end to the Consideration of Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals program, or DACA, on Tuesday, leaving as many as 800,000 undocumented people newly vulnerable to deportation.   In a statement released Wednesday, Kellee Reinhart, a spokesperson for The University of ...

Retiring UA history professor reflects on long career

Last night, Lawrence Kohl reflected on his 30-year professorship at The University of Alabama before his retirement in a lecture entitled, “On Life, History, and Teaching.” Kohl focused on what he has learned about life, history, and teaching in his 30 years at the University.

Blackburn Institute starts food garden to increase local food access

In Alabama, food insecurity is everywhere. According to the Alabama Department of Public Health, every county in the state has at least one food desert, which the U.S. Department of Agriculture defines as an area without a sufficient supply of fresh fruit, vegetables and other healthful whole foods. ...