Birmingham Mayor Tells ASU Students Their ‘Time is Now’

Birmingham Mayor Randall Woodfin told Alabama State University students on Monday that their “time is now” to make their mark on the world. Woodfin was the guest speaker for ASU’s Thomas C. Steward Distinguished Lecture Series. “I first want to say to the Hornets community, students, faculty and staff, it is truly an honor to be on this historic campus,” Woodfin said. “Being a Morehouse alum, ASU … Continue reading Birmingham Mayor Tells ASU Students Their ‘Time is Now’

Birmingham’s New Mayor to Speak at ASU’s Dr. King Convocation!

– The youngest mayor elected in the modern history of Birmingham speaks at ASU to honor Dr. King – The newly elected mayor of Birmingham, Ala. – Randall Woodfin – will be the guest speaker for Alabama State University’s annual Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. Convocation on Jan. 18 (Thursday) at 11 a.m. in the ASU Dunn-Oliver Acadome. The event is free and open to the public. … Continue reading Birmingham’s New Mayor to Speak at ASU’s Dr. King Convocation!

Boren Resigns as Faulkner Head Football coach

MONTGOMERY, Ala. – After four seasons as head football coach and six years total on staff, Charlie Boren has stepped down as leader of the Faulkner program. “I have loved every minute of my time at Faulkner,” Boren said, “and want to thank Dr. Billy Hilyer for the confidence he had in me to lead this program. The best thing about this university is the people; … Continue reading Boren Resigns as Faulkner Head Football coach

Faulkner University to Host Mass Shooting Preparedness Seminar for Huntsville Churches

In light of recent church shootings such as the mass shooting in Sutherland Springs, Texas, Faulkner University’s Huntsville campus will bring together church staff members and law enforcement officers to formulate a Crisis Plan to prepare for such events. The plans will be tailored for each church to include the most effective ways they can collaborate with local law enforcement agencies. “Together, they will review … Continue reading Faulkner University to Host Mass Shooting Preparedness Seminar for Huntsville Churches

Former Nationwide NAACP President to Speak at ASU’s Abernathy Lecture Series!

WHEN: Monday (Dec. 4) from 6 – 8 p.m. WHERE: First Baptist Church, 347 North Ripley Street, across from the MPD headquarters. Alabama State University’s National Center for the Study of Civil Rights & African-American Culture will host its annual Ralph D. Abernathy Civil Rights Lecture Series titled: “A Celebration of the 62nd Anniversary of the Montgomery Bus Boycott,” which will take place on Monday (December 4, 2017.  The event … Continue reading Former Nationwide NAACP President to Speak at ASU’s Abernathy Lecture Series!

Wiregrass Equity Partners acquires Stryker Trailers, LLC

Piedmont, Ala. Wiregrass Equity Partners is pleased to announce the acquisition of Stryker Trailers, LLC, an industry-leading manufacturer of all-purpose utility trailers, dump trailers, tiny house trailers, car haulers, motorcycle trailers, pontoon boat haulers, dirt bike haulers, goosenecks, and other types of equipment trailers. Over the years, Stryker Trailers has developed a growing network of over 85 dealers who sell trailers throughout the continental United … Continue reading Wiregrass Equity Partners acquires Stryker Trailers, LLC

My Millennial Mind: Formal Education vs Self-Education

Written by Tristan Holmes Millennial Lifestyle Coach and Journalist Montgomery, Alabama In school I was taught how to take tests. I took notes, watched videos, listened to a teacher. While I am thankful for some of the teachers I’ve had in my life; I, along with the vast majority of my generation, have been denied proper education. I learned theorems and how to read a … Continue reading My Millennial Mind: Formal Education vs Self-Education