New Choral Director Has Big Dreams

World class choral programs and community choruses are the a few of the things Dr. Christopher Shelt plans to develop in the UWA choral department. Shelt is a seasoned vocal performer and director. He taught music at an elementary school and was the music director for...

IMC Students Study Above and Abroad

Students in the IMC program at UWA have the unique opportunity to study abroad in Geneva, Switzerland. Two students, Kaitlynn Beaird and Whitney Fulton, will take the plunge into foreign study beginning later in the middle of February. “I have always wanted to study...

The Story Behind The Hashtag

Livingston, Ala.— On December 29, 2015, newspapers reported a fatal crash in Tuscaloosa County ejecting the driver due to not wearing a seat belt, claiming the life of a 19-year-old. It’s normal to turn on the television and see car accidents claiming countless...

Walking through Different Doors

A black sports car takes a right at a red light and veers to the right driving into the semi-circle parking lot in front of Webb Hall. The car pulls into a parking spot with a small white sign with black letters that spell the word “Provost.” A man steps out of the...

Suicide is 100 Percent Preventable

“I hated myself, I hated everyone around me, I didn’t trust anyone I felt like everyone was there to harm me,” said Wayde Kissaine, suicide prevention speaker. This is a thought that has crossed minds of many college students. According to the American College Health...

A Second Chance: A Tegan McDermott Story

A rebel; junior soccer player Tegan McDermott has been a rebel since the day she was born on November 26, 1989. However, she never thought that her rebellious personality would ever lead her down the path she eventually found herself lost on. It all began when she was...
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