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UA professor Trudier Harris will be the namesake of BFSA's scholars bowl competition.

Preview | This inaugural event is BFSA’s way of celebrating Black achievement

February 11, 2021
February is teeming with Black History Month events on campus. BFSA members are hoping their new event, a scholars bowl competition, will draw fearsome competitors and become a campus tradition.
How BFSA is revamping scholars bowl for Black History Month

How BFSA is revamping scholars bowl for Black History Month

February 1, 2021
You may remember scholars bowl competitions from high school. This February, the University's inaugural Black History Scholar Bowl Competition between area universities will add a twist to the age-old extracurricular.
From TikToks to testimonies, here’s how students handled election anxiety

From TikToks to testimonies, here’s how students handled election anxiety

November 12, 2020

COVID-19 changed the election process for many Americans, but that didn’t stop voters from turning out in record numbers during the 2020 presidential election. While more people than ever before voted...

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One Million Workers: The unsung heroes of Election Day

November 1, 2020
Election Day never seems to go quite as smoothly as voters may hope. From broken pens and butchered ballots to clogged machines, poll workers are always there to help with a patient smile.
‘Something that matters’: UA students pitch in on hurricane recovery

‘Something that matters’: UA students pitch in on hurricane recovery

October 25, 2020
UA students have been pitching in as the Daphne, Alabama, community recovers from Hurricane Sally. Two trips made by members of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints sent students south in an effort to lend a hand. Students deemed the trip “magical” and uniting. “You give a lot but you get so much in return,” one sophomore said.
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These Alabama hidden gems make perfect day trips

September 30, 2020
If there is one thing that will never change, it is the amount of beautiful, interesting places the state of Alabama has to offer. No matter the direction of your road trip, there is a stop waiting for you on the way.
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Full-time mask-wearing brings its own set of problems

August 20, 2020

At this point in the ongoing pandemic era, most know that wearing a cloth covering protects the wearer and the people around them from respiratory droplets that come from talking, coughing or sneezing....

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What to watch on Netflix while social distancing

April 20, 2020
Here are 7 shows that will make this period of uncertainty fly by. These shows have strong characters, gripping conflicts and multiple seasons to keep you occupied.
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Unpredictable voter turnout expected for 2020 election

March 2, 2020
The question “Does my vote matter?” lingers in every election. Reflecting on last year's voter turnout, this year remains unpredictable due to most candidates going unopposed. 
Consent saw slow rise in sexual assault discourse

Consent saw slow rise in sexual assault discourse

February 13, 2020
The evolution of consent revolves around the idea that our society labels and understands consent in a different way than in the past. These changes can be shown through curriculum, outreach and laws.
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