Articles By: CW Staff

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Not a day for a murder

By Lauren Ferguson and Andy McWhorter | CW Staff As Easter morning dawned on April 22, 1973, University of Alabama students were still asleep after a long night spent on Woods Quad listening to a concert by the Nitty Gritty Dirt Band. Others had already driven home to celebrate with church services and foil-wrapped chocolate bunnies. But the holiday calm […]

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SGA Senate approves integration resolution

In its regular meeting, the new Student Government Association Senate approved a resolution proposed by SGA President Hamilton Bloom to support the complete integration of The University of Alabama’s Greek system last Thursday. Earlier in the day, the SGA Student Judiciary also announced its decision to uphold penalties imposed on Vice President for Student Affairs Stephen Keller by the Elections […]

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Druid City Arts Fest returns for 5th year

Druid City Arts Fest returns for 5th year

A combination of locally based arts, music, crafts and foods will take over Governor’s Park as the Druid City Arts Festival returns for its fifth year Saturday. DCAF was founded in 2010 when two interns for The University of Alabama’s Creative Campus program had the idea to start a music and arts festival. They were inspired by their friends who […]

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Students, professors receive awards

Kirkland Back – Algernon Sydney Sullivan Award By Chandler Wright | Assistant News Editor A Gadsden, Ala., native and one of the two student recipients of the 2014 Algernon Sydney Sullivan Award, Kirkland Back insisted that the award isn’t just hers. “It was awarded to women all over campus and the city of Tuscaloosa who work tirelessly to find permanent […]

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Students explore tactics of eating, breathing fire

Students explore tactics of eating, breathing fire

By Reed O’Mara and Elayne Smith For Sebastian Knight, running off to the circus takes no more than a short drive to his grandmother’s house on the outskirts of Northport. “I’ve wanted to do fire breathing for years just for the fun of it,” Knight, a junior majoring in mechanical engineering, said. “I’ve messed with fire for years in a […]

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