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Pressing on

Five years ago, I never thought I would be saying goodbye to The University of Alabama. Five years ago, I definitely did not think it would be this hard to let go. I came to this University expecting to be lost in the shuffle of football, Greek life and a whole bunch of buildings I’d never make it to on […]

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Tide sees secondary defense take shape during practice

Wet weather forced Alabama back inside the indoor practice facility for the next to last practice of the spring period. The secondary defense continues to take shape, with Landon Collins and Geno Smith playing left and right safety, respectively. Bradley Sylve and Cyrus Jones were the cornerbacks in that set, while Trey DePriest and Reggie Ragland took reps at linebacker. […]

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ROTC cadets to train using 6 Blackhawk helicopters

ROTC cadets to train using 6 Blackhawk helicopters

The UH-60 Blackhawk helicopters will land on the Student Rec Center Fields at approximately 1 p.m. and 1:20 p.m. Friday. Kenneth Travis, battalion commander in the ROTC and a junior majoring in operations management, is aiding in the planning of this event, which will primarily benefit Bravo company, the ROTC’s freshmen and sophomores. “The Bravo company is freshmen and sophomores, […]

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Rowing team readies for Knecht Cup

Coming off three wins against SMU and Eastern Michigan, the University of Alabama rowing team will compete this weekend in the Knecht Cup Regatta in New Jersey. Alabama coach Larry Davis said the regatta will give the team a chance to assess its position going into next month’s championship. “One of the reasons we have it on our schedule is […]

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UA sprinters win national titles

Junior Remona Burchell did everything she could not to cry when she saw her 60-meter dash time of 7.11 seconds. “I jumped so high,” Burchell said. “I screamed. I was almost crying, but I didn’t want to cry. Everyone would stare at me. ‘Why is she crying?’ But it would be tears of joy, but I didn’t cry. I almost […]

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