A group of Montevallo students “felt the Bern” October 4 with a visit from Bernie Sanders advocate Paul Sasso and his ‘Bern Machine’ Tesla. Attendees discuss the policies of the Vermont senator who’s running for the Democratic presidential nomination.Read More
Online editor Lily Elmore shares why she believes there is nothing inappropriate about using your smartphone’s various functions to expand the experience of a concert. This editorial is part of a head-to-head on the subject of phones at concerts from Issue 13.Read More
The Hallie Farmer Lecture Series hosted Lilly Ledbetter, famed equal pay advocate for which the Lilly Ledbetter Fair Pay Act is named. Learn more about the Alabama native’s crusade for payment equality for women and minorities in this Issue 13 event feature.Read More
Area journalists weigh in on the effects of the recent terrorist attack on satirical magazine Charlie Hebdo in this article from Issue 10.Read More
Online editor Lily Elmore shares her thoughts on the importance of “The Interview” as a satirical film in this article from Issue 9.Read More
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