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Montgomery Civil Rights Memorial

When we think of the civil rights movement, we usually think of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr., Malcom X, Rosa Parks and Nelson Mandela. Rarely do we think of the ones who may have been overlooked or died in the process of fighting for basic human rights. The Civil Rights

Where Has She Gone?

When I started college in 2004, I was 18 years old and ready for the world. I just knew I would graduate in four years and find a good paying job, get married and start a family. Well, it’s 2017, I’m 30 and just now about to graduate. I’m not

I’m Almost Out

Five years ago, I embarked on a journey that I wasn’t sure I would be able to finish. The night before I was scheduled to take the Test of English as a Foreign Language, I almost talked myself out of it. I struggled with the idea of committing half a

Fitzgerald Gala

On May 6, The Fitzgerald Museum will host its 23rd annual gala and silent auction. This is a video about the event, featuring an interview with museum director Sara Powell. It was created by Rachel Wallace. For ticket information, please visit the Museum's website.

Behind the Screen at Alabama News Network

In April, students in Larry Moore’s Video Production course had the opportunity to take a tour of Alabama News Network with weather reporter Ryan Stinnett as our tour guide. The tour started with Ryan explaining the different channels that the station works for, ABC and CBS, and how the work shifts,

O’Reilly Out

Though “The O’Reilly Factor,” lasted for 20 seasons with more than ten years on air, it took but a matter of weeks for an expose’ by The New York Times to be the missile that sunk the number one program in cable news. The Times found that Bill O’Reilly and

Professors Read Mean Ratings: Episode Two

Students often take to the internet to rant and rave about their professors, but many never consider how professors react to mean reviews. This is the second episode of Mean Ratings featuring Neil David Seibel, Clarissa Chavez, Eric Sterling and Pamela Long. It was created by Deanna Chavez, Nicolette Parrish

Exploring Alabama via Atlas Obscura

Most students leaving campus for spring and summer breaks are bound for the bikini-clad, beer-chugging throngs of the Gulf Coast. But I’ve discovered there are far less hot, smelly and overcrowded destinations to visit in our state and in the South. Thanks to the Atlas Obscura—an online, definitive guide to