Jennifer Johns

Articles

Student athletes speak out on free speech

Athletes at The University of Alabama are consistently in the spotlight and being approached by news outlets for interviews. Though they are asked to speak often, it is unclear if student athletes have the same rights to free speech as those not in the spotlight.

Students, faculty discuss life on campus with a disability

A panel regarding disabilities on campus gave a greater perspective to the difficulties students and faculty face in their everyday lives. Fifty people came to hear seven panelists from different backgrounds talk about their experiences. 

ROTC talks wins, losses, prepares for competitions

Combining values of the Capstone Creed and the U.S. Army, members of the University of Alabama Army Reserve Officers’ Training Corps (ROTC) are consistently striving for excellence. They have achieved high scores in the classroom, and now they look to do the same at their competitions.  

Board of Trustees meets to discuss UAH hires, UAB football coach

The Compensation Committee of the Board of Trustees of The University of Alabama met Monday afternoon to make employment approvals. On their agenda was approval of Todd Barré as vice president for finance and administration at the University of Alabama in Huntsville and a revision of the employment ...

Community walks for a cure

“Alzheimer’s can touch anybody,” Grady said. “Anybody can suffer. You never know when someone can get it, and we want to be there when that happens.” 

Life of University student celebrated at vigil

All was quiet as about 200 people gathered to honor the life of Allie Brodie on Wednesday at 6 p.m. With electric candles held in front of Denny Chimes, those who attended joined together to celebrate Brodie’s life after her passing on Oct. 28.  

Student athletes to host Halloween event for local children

"Halloween Extravaganza allows Alabama student athletes the opportunity to give back to the residents of Tuscaloosa, and all the Crimson Tide supporters in the community." said Joe Suiter, coordinator of life skills and community outreach for the athletics department.