Articles By: Mark Hammontree

Law student remembered for kindness, selflessness

When Dominic DeSimone was not in class at the University of Alabama Law School, he could be found working out at the Rec or perhaps helping a friend fix up a failing car. Dominic’s friends and family, who were more likely to call him “Dom,” will always remember his smile and unfailing willingness to lend a hand when someone needed […]

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UA Forensics Council brings home tournament victories

Last week, the members of the Alabama Forensics Council returned home from a week-long trip to Arizona with another top 10 finish at the American Forensics Association National Individual Events Tournament. The team of around 24 students competed in individual competitions in a wide range of categories, from drama interpretation to extemporaneous speaking. Points from the individual performances contributed toward […]

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SPJ, USA Today promote reading

In order to promote the College Readership service and to encourage students to read newspapers, The University of Alabama’s chapter of the Society of Professional Journalists will partner with USA Today and The New York Times for Get Caught Reading Day. Throughout the day on Tuesday, students across campus can tweet photos for an opportunity to win prizes. In past […]

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NOH8 campaign to visit UA, hold photoshoot

Three years after the NOH8 campaign visited the University of Alabama campus, the pro-equality organization will visit Tuscaloosa once again to take and produce photos for anyone who would like to participate in their now-famous style. The campaign, which originally began in California in 2008 to protest the passage of Proposition 8, has traveled across the country in its six […]

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AIMS connects students with major companies

Students interested in pursuing a career in information sciences and information management can develop their skills and gain exposure to major companies through the Alabama Information Management Society. AIMS is The University of Alabama’s organization for students in the MIS program and any other students, undergraduate- or graduate-level, that are interested in pursuing careers in information management. “The Alabama Information […]

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