• Southern vegan: Sweet Sriracha tofu

    TofuThe tofu cooking after being seasoned. Photo by Baili BighamBaili Bigham - Head Entertainment Columnist
    bbigham@uab.edu

    Wanting to try something new to eat but easy to prepare? This sweet sriracha tofu will give your inner vegetarian a chance to shine and a way to impress your guests with a new dish. With prep time included, you can have this meal warm and ready in as little as 20 minutes. Fair warning: this meal is as spicy as it is delicious.

    For this recipe you will need:

    1 block extra firm tofu (I prefer Trader Joe’s brand, both cheap and organic)
    2 tablespoon soy sauce
    1 tablespoon coconut oil
    ¼ cup Sriracha hot chili sauce
    ¼ cup brown sugar
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  • A Case for Campus Carry: A Student’s Perspective On Safety

    Concealed CarryUAB students, professors and facilities -- anyone could be carrying a weapon if concealed carry is allowed on campus. Illustration by Sarah FaulknerGunter Wisdom - Contributor
    gwisdom@uab.edu

    Disclaimer: The views expressed by any opinions piece published online or in print by the Kaleidoscope do not represent the views of the Kaleidoscope's staff or the Kaleidoscope as an organization.


    Just imagine this, no matter how unlikely it seems. You’re on the third floor of the library doing something innocuous or mundane — let’s say that you’re cramming for an exam or thumbing through the pages of your textbook when you hear a loud and distinct popping sound, something that sounds like firecrackers. Your desire to maintain a sense of normalcy grapples with your feeling that something just isn’t right. You try to rationalize that the noise must be some type of work that’s being done downstairs, probably a maintenance man repairing something. It’s only when you hear the screams of your fellow students that you realize that you’re involved in an active shooter situation.

    Everyone has been exposed to the events that have recently occurred in the last two years: a group of terrorists massacred concert-goers in France, a husband and wife team gunned down their coworkers in an event deemed “workplace violence” and, more recently, a lone gunman opened fire on innocent people in an Orlando nightclub. The standard issue government protocol dictates that victims should run, hide and then, as a last resort, fight. I must admit to you that I sneer when I read “fight.” Fight? Fight with what? My fists? In a life or death situation I’m supposed to bulrush my attacker with nothing but my fists or some blunt object near me? Let’s be honest with ourselves: it’s irrational. It’s a suicide mission. Which, I guess brings me to my reason for writing this: I want to be on a level playing field with my attacker; I want to be able to carry my pistol while on campus.
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  • DJ Swole's Summer Madness 6 Predictions: Part I

    Summer MadnessDJ Swole - BlazeRadio DJ

    Let me start this by saying that this is not a list of my favorite matchups. This is strictly a list of the battles I think will be on the card. Summer Madness 5 was a little disappointing. Not only for the fact that the event was late into September, but the battles weren’t great. Some of the battles were mediocre, and while the matchups were enticing, they weren’t Summer Madness enticing. Example, Big T vs Shotgun Suge would be like watching the Toronto Raptors play the Los Angeles Clippers. Is it a game I want to watch? Definitely. Would I want to watch them play each other in the NBA Finals? No. However, I think this card will be better than last year. If the matchups on the card are anything like SM4 or SM2 where at least three of the battles have immense replay value, then this card will be a success. With that being said, here is SM6, with six battles this year. I ranked the battles based on best matchups, and I will predict the winners of the card.




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