Jennifer Kornegay

What I Know Now: Katie Bright

With a dad who was once the mayor of Montgomery and is also a retired U.S. Congressman and a mom who was a district judge, it’s fair to say that public service is in Katie’s blood. Read more

Mar 24, 2014 3:55 PM What I Know Now

Getting ready to go to college means making multiple important decisions, including where to live. The choice between on- or off-campus housing can have a major impact on a student’s education and their overall experience.. Read more

the college view


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The Distinguished Young Women program and pageants like Miss Alabama USA are recognizing far more than physical beauty and rewarding their winners with a lot more than a crown. Read more


Most teens probably don’t think of the military when they’re considering career options. Yet every branch of our military is made up of people who work in many of the same jobs as people outside the military. Read more


For students interested in becoming an officer in a branch of the armed forces, there are several different paths. One is being admitted to and graduating from one of the four Federal service academies (Military, Naval, Air Force and Coast Guard)... Read more


Auburn High 9th grader Mitchell Mashburn recently spent a day job shadowing at Fort Benning in Columbus, Ga. He’s always wanted to serve his community in some form, possibly as a fireman or police officer, or maybe as a member of the armed forces. Read more


All branches and all levels of our armed forces are looking for good men and women who possess these basic characteristics and meet these criteria. Read more


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