Student chapel explores search for identity

Stillman’s students led the Feb. 19 chapel with the theme of the search for identity. ...

Stillman College to host first Little Miss Stillman Pageant

Stillman College will host the first Little Miss Stillman Pageant at 4 p.m., Sunday, March 8, in the Cordell Wynn Humanities Fine Arts Center. The pageant’s theme, “Black Beauty Rocks, was chosen as encouragement to African-American children enrolled in west Tuscaloosa schools near Stillman’s campus, including Central Elementary School, Rev. Martin Luther King Jr. Elementary School, [...]

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Review: Playwright Margaret Edson takes ‘Wit’ seriously on subject of ovarian cancer

Wit, a Pulitzer-Prize winning play by Margaret Edson is being performed by Theatre Tuscaloosa in the Bean-Brown Theatre at Shelton State Community College until March 1. On the evening of Feb. 21, Theatre Tuscaloosa also hosted Margaret Edson during its”Meet The Author” series before the performance that night. Edson was born in Washington D.C. . [...]

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Campus Close-up: Christian Batiste- from college to corporate

He hops and steps with his brothers of Omega Psi Phi. He’s an intern for Mayor Walter Maddox’s office in Tuscaloosa. He has a 3.6 grade point average, and he’s one of the many leaders on Stillman College’s campus. He’s known as “Storm” on Stillman’s campus, and as Christian Batiste on his birth certificate. But [...]

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BLOG: GetFit15 – Discovering the ‘health’ in healthy

Have you ever wondered what does the root word of healthy means? Have you ever wondered what it actually means, as well, to maintain good health? The English word “health” comes from the Old English word hale, meaning “wholeness, being whole, sound or well,” according to Medical News Today. When you have good health, you [...]

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Stillman College athletes visit veterans at Tuscaloosa’s VA

Stillman’s volleyball and women’s basketball teams headed out on the road in mid-February. But instead of competing on the court, the women were geared up for a different kind of victory. This trip was all about showing support of military veterans at Tuscaloosa’s VA Medical Hospital on Veterans Memorial Parkway. Once there, the collegiate athletes [...]

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Elizabeth Caver chosen as Miss Black and Gold

Senior biology major Elizabeth Caver was chosen as Miss Black and Gold at the pageant of the same name held in mid-February on Stillman’s campus. Miss Epsilon Nu, the pageant’s runner-up is T’keyah Craig. The annual Miss Black and Gold pageant hosted by the Alpha Phi Alpha brothers of the Epsilon Nu chapter at Stillman [...]

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Meeting for male residents provides encouragement

Stillman Hay Hall Resident Director Kenneth Lewis and Admissions Director Joseph Tinsley recently led a hall meeting with a powerful man-to-man discussion to provide encouragement to male residents. The group met in the Hay College Center to accommodate more male students than only Hay Hall residents, who were required to attend. Lewis provoked his audience [...]

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Benjamin Barnes YMCA helps bridge the gap at annual breakfast

TUSCALOOSA | In a brilliantly adorned red-and-black setting, the Benjamin Barnes YMCA held its 19th annual Men and Boys Breakfast at Westlawn Middle School last Saturday morning. This year’s annual breakfast fundraiser was dedicated to the theme of Bridging the Gap for primarily young African-Americans ages 4-16 who attend the Barnes Y. Tables were adorned [...]

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Registration deadline Monday, Feb. 23, for 2nd Annual Oratory Competition

Stillman College students may register by noon on Monday, Feb. 23, to voice their opinions in the 2nd Annual Oratory Competition. This year’s contest theme is “Living the Dream.” Winners will be awarded cash prizes. The contest will be held at 11 a.m., Thursday, Feb. 26, in Stinson Auditorium. The choice of that theme is [...]

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Women’s Empowerment Conference set for Feb. 28

The Central Alabama Chapter of National Coalition of 100 Black Women will host an annual Women Empowerment Conference from 8 a.m. to noon, Saturday, Feb. 28 at the Wynn Center on Stillman’s campus. An 8 a.m. continental breakfast will start the conference off, and a career fair in the Wynn Center will be set up. Sessions [...]

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