A place to call home: Students living in houses, not apartments

When Sam Parker leaves each morning for his short walk to campus, he typically sees long lines of students in cars, all struggling to find parking and get to class on time. But he never has that problem. Like a number of other students, Parker lives in a standalone house just off campus.

UA enrollment tops 36,000 to set all-time record

Enrollment at The University of Alabama has reached a record high of 36,155, with out-of-state and international students together outnumbering in-state students.

Creative Co-op to host open house sale

For those looking for something different than the standard movie and celebrity posters found in the Ferg poster sale, Creative Co-op will host their Second Annual Open House on Thursday from 6 to 9 p.m. in 206 Woods Hall.

Student interns with White House Associates Program

During the all-too-familiar scramble to secure the perfect internship, few would think to expect a chance to bowl in the Truman bowling alley or attend a private meeting with a Supreme Court justice, but for Dana Sweeney, a sophomore majoring in English and political science, the reality of one summer internship in the nation's capital became that and much more.

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Alternative Breaks provide new experiences

Kyle Glisson, a senior majoring in biology, spent the first five days of his winter break in 2013 serving others in Auburn during his first Alternative Break trip.


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Collins to play against brother on Saturday

Alabama safety Landon Collins said he will do whatever it takes to play against his younger brother when the Crimson Tide takes on the Florida Gators. He said he would even try to lobby to play on the kickoff coverage team, and said the two have done a little bit of trash-talking before this weekend’s game.


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The NFL is not setting the example it should

As Americans flip their calendars over to September, many exciting changes are happening. Schools are in session, the weather is getting cooler (unless you live in Alabama, apparently), and the most exciting season of the year is beginning?football season.


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