Just a week within the start of workouts, the Stillman Tigers are making some progress. Training for only eight hours a week, following NCAA rules, the Tigers are still in the process of making sure things are getting done. Donte Jackson, men’s head basketball coach, focuses on things both on and off the court. He [...]
The Benjamin Barnes YMCA Youth Basketball Program will hold registration from Oct. 1 – Nov. 1, with ...
Communication is the key to keeping a long distance relationship functioning and strong. Without communication ...
Stillman College men and women’s’ cross country team competed in its first 5K meet of ...
Marvel Universe Live will be sure to keep viewers at the edge of their seats when more than 25 Marvel characters come together for shows Oct. 2-5 at the BJCC in Birmingham. The shows are appropriate for children ages 5 and older. Tickets go on sale Sept. 28. For details, go to marveluniverselive.com. – Whitney Kemp, [...]
The thriller movie, “No Good Deed,” opened last weekend on Sept. 12. The movie starred Taraji P. Henson and Idris Elba. Directed by Sam Miller and written by Aimee Lagos, the film reached number one in the box office to a whopping $24. Taraji P. Henson plays the character of Terri. Terri is a dedicated wife [...]
Have you ever wondered if packing for a trip might be just a less less of a hair-puller, emotional tug-of-war the night before departure time? The tips and tricks I’ve learned over my years as a member of Stillman’s volleyball team — which travels extensively — helped me pack for all kinds of other trips [...]
The Sophomore Rite of Passage on Thursday, Sept. 11, in Birthright Alumni Hall acknowledged the sophomore class’s continued journey of education at Stillman. The ceremony is performed annually to celebrate and encourage the sophomores in their educational pursuits. Sophomore Tavin Ingraham said that the ceremony was unique. “It was interesting to celebrate the sophomore class [...]
Have you ever wondered what the primary reason is behind seeing a steady decrease in your money? Or, have you frantically searched Google hoping to find better ways to manage it? Believe me, I’ve worn those shoes and so have many of my friends at Stillman College. All too often college students complain about having [...]
Like many of my peers at Stillman, I went through a stage as a high-school student of trying to fit the norm, whatever the “norm” may be. I did everything that was considered accepted and cool by everyone else around me. Not until I enrolled in college did I get a sense of who I actually [...]
All of you lonely hearts who’ve decided the world is loveless, take heart — and also some tips from this primer on flirting. Whether you can’t get up the nerve to actually speak to a secretly admired hunk or chick or you just want to meet more kids your age, some common sense advice on [...]
Stillman Student Government Association officers for the 2014-2015 academic year were installed Aug. 28 in Birthright Alumni Hall. The ceremony has been conducted every year to introduce the new SGA officers to the staff and student body. Keynote speaker Tracy Croom, city clerk for the City of Tuscaloosa, delineated what basic leadership skills are. Many [...]
A community forum featuring women who serve as state and local elected officials will be held at Stillman College at 6 p.m., Monday, Sept. 15, in the Cordell Wynn Fine Arts and Humanities Center. Panelists will share their experience in politics, describing how they became involved in public affairs and gender-specific issues women may face [...]