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Thursday, UAB President Ray L. Watts, M.D. and Vice President of Advancement Thomas Brannan announced that the Campaign for UAB has surpassed its $1 billion goal....
Rarely in today’s world of instant communication and “the loudest voice wins” politics do we hear positive stories in the news cycle. Now, though, I would...
A former student who is transgender sued Huntsville City Schools last week. The lawsuit filed in federal court by Zelda Menefee alleges the school district failed...
Several Saturdays each Fall, Auburn University students, faculty and alumni — thousands of them — roll into Jordan Hare Stadium on campus to cheer for the...
The Alabama State Department of Education will request approvals this morning for contracts totaling more than $1 million, almost all of which will be spent on...
A former student of a West Alabama private school has filed a lawsuit against the school, its board and its headmaster, alleging they were aware of...
Over the next few weeks, students across Southwest Alabama will head back to school. The start of a new school year always comes with special emotions...
Watching the way Republicans in Alabama are campaigning for their offices – statewide, congressional seats, Legislature – is discouraging to people who care. They are running...
A new report from Public Affairs Research Council of Alabama shows that there is still a sizable gap between Alabama’s graduation rate and the number of...
Students across Alabama are completing the Free Application for Federal Student Aid, or FAFSA, at higher rates, responding well to the Alabama Commission on Higher Education’s...