Jake Howell


Country music brand manager speaks with students

Students at The University of Alabama were given a chance this Wednesday to meet on-air personality and digital director Nada Taha, and hear her discuss branding and the entertainment industry from the perspective of a self-made prodigy.

More Americans are choosing to be their own boss in the gig economy

It may not seem like much, but that super computer in your hand is shaping the future of the American economy. The advent of smartphones and their innumerable apps is creating a new dynamic in the way that people find and perform jobs. For better or worse, more people are logging on instead of clocking ...

Tensions mount after US airstrike on Syria

On campus and around the world, international tensions are growing in response to a United States airstrike on the Al Shayrat airbase in Syria. The attack marks the first decisive U.S. military action against the regime of Bashar Al-Assad, the current President of the Syrian government.

University activity suspended amid threat of severe weather

The University of Alabama issued an alert at 10:19 p.m. stating that all activities would be suspended starting at 3 a.m. on Wednesday, April 5, 2017. Campus food service hours will be comparable to weekend activity, and all classes are canceled for the day.