Baron aims for Rio Paralympics

Over the past 20 years, Shelby Baron’s passport and tennis racket have accompanied the athlete to tournaments around the world.

Hubbard indicted on felony ethics charges

Mike Hubbard, speaker of the Alabama House of Representatives, was indicted Monday by a Lee County grand jury and charged with 23 felony counts, including using his office for personal gains, according to Mike Cason of

Hubbard faces a maximum penalty of two to 20 years in prison and up to $30,000 in fines for each count, Cason wrote.

Art exhibit influenced by pop culture

When walking through the Sella-Granata Art Gallery, Darius Hill’s large gothic sculptures might catch one’s eye. The sculptures are a part of Hill’s latest exhibit “Roots, Routes, Reverence: A Black Experience,” on display in the gallery until Nov. 16.

Breakdown of Derrick Henry's 41-yard score

The Alabama offense found itself in the endzone many times on Saturday, each time in a new and varied way. Saturday's performance showcased the creativity of new offensive coordinator Lane Kiffin, perhaps exhibited by no play as well as running back Derrick Henry's receiving touchdown at the end of the first half.

Omar Pérez to perform poetry reading downtown

While the United States works to improve relations within Cuba, The University of Alabama has been building connections here, one of which will be on display Tuesday, Oct. 21 when Omar Pérez, a Cuban poet and musician, will give a poetry reading and musical exploration at the Jemison Mansion in downtown Tuscaloosa.


Hall collection on display at University

An exhibition called From Wade Hall’s Library: The Poetry of History is on display at The University of Alabama this fall.

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Tide gears up for Tennesse trip

After beating Texas A&M 59-0 on Saturday, Alabama coach Nick Saban expressed his happiness with his team’s performance, but said he does not want to dwell on the victory.

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College students should try to find more sleep

With the heavy schedule that most students face today, there is little time left for sleep, especially good sleep. College students should be getting eight to nine hours of sleep per night. However, most students are only getting six, and sometimes they are lucky just to get those six.

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