The University of North Alabama (UNA) announced that students would be moving to online class during the week following their previously sched…
The Alabama Alcoholic Beverage Control Board is currently investigating restaurants in the Shoals area for serving alcoholic beverages to unde…
In a time where my life was severely lacking teenage angst and high school drama, “I Am Not Okay with This”saved me. On Feb. 26, Netflix relea…
The global coronavirus pandemic has a tight grip on the sports world and shows no signs ofabating. Sports across the globe have grinded to a sudden halt, including North Alabama athletics.
Imagine moving across the world to follow a dream that you have. This can be a scary and daunting task for many. However, this did not scare freshman Cedric Otten from chasing his goals on the green.
Quin: The men’s and women’s teams both made the ASUN tournament in back-to-back seasons. The men lost to Stetson on the road while the women won their first ever ASUN tournament in school history at home against Stetson. How do you see the men’s and women’s teams doing in the 2020-21 season?
On Jan. 29, North Alabama welcomed new wide receiver coach Tyler Rice from UT-Martin. Rice takes over for Austin Tucker who found a new home at Florida State University.
Have you heard that one before? That your circumstance cannot dictate your outcome that you get? That if you put your mind to it, that you can do whatever you want to?
All my life, I have been waiting to be able to vote. As a child, I remember going to the polls with my mom and patiently waiting for her to turn in her ballot. I would jump up and down and ask her who she voted for.
There are a stretch of pages in the first book of Rick Riordan’s “Percy Jackson” series that describes his imagined Mount Olympus hanging over New York City. It is perched on a cloud and detached from this realm. This is what comes to mind when I imagine affluent society.