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Collegiate Entrepreneurial Spirit During COVID-19

Collegiate Entrepreneurial Spirit During COVID-19

Published on October 19, 2020, at 3:15 p.m. by Caroline Ladd. In the early stages of the pandemic, hundreds of thousands of college students in the U.S. were sent home for the remainder of spring semester. When classes were moved online, some students had more

College Communications During COVID-19

College Communications During COVID-19

Published on September 23, 2020, at 9:50 p.m. by Tess Hensley. As COVID-19 made its way into the United States earlier this year, colleges were suddenly front-page news: Who was shutting down first, and for how long? Students, faculty and administrators scrambled to adjust their

Campus Safety: There’s an App for That

Campus Safety: There’s an App for That

Posted on October 20, 2015, at 3:30 p.m. by Mackenzie Lyng. “Text me when you get home.” We have all heard this common goodbye, whether hearing it from a friend or saying it ourselves. But what if you could virtually track a friend’s trip home,

Hitting the Target

Two days before classes began, the Target store in Tuscaloosa, Ala., opened its doors after hours for University of Alabama students. The university transported students from various locations on campus to Target. That night Target offered a unique shopping experience. Hundreds of students packed the

Juicy Campus: Too Hot for Comfort

WARNING: To those interested in visiting this Web site (https://www.juicycampus.com/posts/gossips/all-campuses/), be aware of the hateful speech and offensive language and material. Look out Facebook, beware MySpace, there’s a new social media sheriff in town. Just last week, the Web site www.juicycampus.com was called to my

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