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Andrew Duhon Trio to perform at Bama Theatre

Andrew Duhon Trio to perform at Bama Theatre

March 29, 2017

On Wednesday, March 29, the Bama Theatre will host the Andrew Duhon Trio. A native of New Orleans, Andrew Duhon has previously toured as a solo folk artist. The group is relatively newly formed, incorporating...

Author Jess Row discusses fiction writing and cultural appropriation

Author Jess Row discusses fiction writing and cultural appropriation

March 2, 2017

Author Jess Row is sharing his knowledge and skills with aspiring UA writers this week. The University of Alabama’s Creative Writing Master Class is an ongoing series that features contemporary novelists,...

Second Heritage House location now open in Tuscaloosa

Second Heritage House location now open in Tuscaloosa

February 22, 2017

Heritage House Coffee & Tea has opened the doors to its second location at the Shops of Riverfront Village in the heart of downtown Tuscaloosa next to Hotel Indigo. An Alabama staple, Heritage House has...

Gender & Race Studies professor researches UA's links to slavery

Gender & Race Studies professor researches UA's links to slavery

February 16, 2017

Often when outsiders think about The University of Alabama, two things that might immediately come to mind are football, and George Wallace’s 1963 Stand in the Schoolhouse Door. In an attempt to bar...

Lunch N' Learn for UA Study Abroad in South Africa to be held on Tuesday

Lunch N' Learn for UA Study Abroad in South Africa to be held on Tuesday

October 17, 2016

A Lunch N’ Learn informational session will be held this week for students interested in munching on a provided lunch while learning about UA Study Abroad in South Africa.The five-week junket trip in...

Trump video leads to revoked endorsements

October 10, 2016

A video leaked of Donald Trump making lewd comments about a woman prior to his 2005 appearance on Access Hollywood has caused major unrest within the Republican Party.Trump and his running mate, Mike Pence,...

The invisible speak

November 23, 2015

Clad in all black, I approached a similarly dressed assembly of students at Malone-Hood Plaza. There were plenty of familiar faces in the crowd – campus leaders that I had become acquainted with in...

A crack in the façade of democracy

November 17, 2015

Long before daybreak on Sunday, Nov. 8, Tuscaloosa police officers knocked on the apartment door of a University of Alabama student, responding to a routine noise complaint. The man in question attempted...

Dorms: a worthwhile experience

October 27, 2015

After being accepted to a particular college, one of the first choices students make is whether to move into a traditional style dorm or a suite style dorm. Some schools, such as The University of Tennessee...

The real victim is campus

October 13, 2015

For the past few years, allegations and videotaped instances of racism have surfaced at colleges across the country. However, The University of Alabama has maintained a solid position as the frontrunner...

Medium fries with a side of reality

August 31, 2015

By Almosa Pirela-Jones | Staff ColumnistSummer break has drawn to a hasty close, and students have traded in their beach towels and sunglasses for textbooks and Starbucks cups. All the trappings of fall...

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