Food & Health

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Digitally Detoxing

By Evy Gallagher According to a Gear Brain article, the average American spends almost eight hours a day on digital devices. The introduction of smart devices into this generation has shifted some important life aspects online, such as jobs, communication and...

 Local Spots for Health Nuts 

$ = price point of restaurants    By: Evy Gallagher      Living in the south with certain dietary needs or health goals can be difficult. Tuscaloosa, located in the heart of the deep south, has its fair share of comfort food. It, however, also has many great options...

Ready. Set. Hike.

By: Emily Benito There is significant turmoil in the world today. If you’re anything like a normal human being, you’re overwhelmed, nervous, stressed out. How do you relax?  Hiking. That’s how you can de-stress. Let’s start this off with a reason to get out and hike:...

A College Student’s Guide to Cooking on Your Own

A College Student’s Guide to Cooking on Your Own

By Lillian Redding My sophomore year of college, I started cooking for myself. I enjoy cooking, but it was a bit of an adjustment. Shopping and cooking was a lot to take in at first, I’ve found that there’s something therapeutic in cooking - planning out...

3 European Cities Every Foodie Should Visit

3 European Cities Every Foodie Should Visit

Alice contributor Nora Wahlbrink is spending her semester studying in Prague, Czech Republic. While she is abroad, she will share travel tips and tales from her adventures. This post has been backlogged from her website. by Nora Wahlbrink, edited by Mary...

An Introvert’s Guide to the Gym

An Introvert’s Guide to the Gym

by Irene Richardson Imagine going to a football game but instead of the ginormous jumbotron displaying players, it shows you, alone, struggling to complete a task you have never performed. This sounds like some kind of nightmare, but for many introverts,...