UA researchers study Parkinson's

Thanks to research co-authored by University of Alabama researchers, Americans can likely expect to see a decrease in the nearly 60,000 patients diagnosed with Parkinson’s Disease each year.

Men's golf team leads tournament by 8

The Alabama men’s golf team finished in first place, up eight strokes after the first two rounds at the Graeme McDowell Shoal Creek Invitational in Birmingham. The Crimson Tide ended the first day with a total score of 10-under 566.

Saban praises role of bye week in Ole Miss prep

Alabama will face its toughest opponent so far this season when it takes on No. 11 Ole Miss this weekend. The Crimson Tide will be coming off of a bye week that coach Nick Saban said he hopes helped the team prepare for its first true road game.

"Passerby" showcases simplicity

In the closing seconds of “Winter is Passing,” Zoe Randell, the singing half of Australian duo Luluc, questions, “Winter is passing. I wonder what’s to come?” She doesn’t proffer an answer. Instead, she delivers only this simple observation and patient inquiry.


Students find peace with yoga

Yoga, a practice that balances breath, body and mind, is a viable option for de-stressing. While it dates back to ancient India, students at The University of Alabama can participate even today.

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Rowing hosts home race

Saturday morning marked a first and a last for the Alabama Rowing team. The team participated in a head-style race against the University of Alabama at Huntsville, the first fall head race the Crimson Tide has ever hosted. It also marked the last event ever hosted out of the team’s old boathouse, as the team will relocate to its new facilities at Manderson Landing in the 
upcoming weeks.

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Rec centers offer group workouts

Throughout the day, the Student Recreation Center bustles with activity. With a widespread clientele that includes students, professors, instructors and members of the Tuscaloosa community, the center offers various group exercise classes that run throughout the week.

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In defense of mass media creators

I hate being this guy, really I do. Most days, I just want to sit back in class and listen to the person with the doctorate.

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