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SENIOR COLUMN: Say

SENIOR COLUMN: Say “yes” to every opportunity

April 28, 2017

I’m that girl. The one who lives by her calendar and uses sticky notes and highlighters to stay organized. I am an extrovert in the truest sense, and I thrive off staying busy and learning new things....

Culverhouse online degree ranked nationally

Culverhouse online degree ranked nationally

April 21, 2015

When Jennifer Humber began advising 35 long-distance business students in 2006, she never imagined the growth the program would undergo. Now the Culverhouse College of Commerce and Business Administration’s...

RecycleBama on the Quad coverage

RecycleBama on the Quad coverage

April 14, 2015

RecycleBama hosted a tabling event in the Ferguson Student Center on Tuesday as part of their Green Week initiative. The event aimed to educate students on the importance of green initiatives and show...

Crash Course

Crash Course

April 13, 2015

While at an Alabama football game during the 2013 season, Steve Shepard heard the cracking sound of the players’ football helmets colliding during a tackle, and he started to wonder – not about the...

Spicer leads AIRC to success in 2015

Spicer leads AIRC to success in 2015

April 6, 2015

Brett Spicer, a senior majoring in economics and history from Statesville, North Carolina, currently serves as president of the Alabama International Relations Club. Spicer joined the AIRC during his freshman...

Teach for America contract at Central to end

Teach for America contract at Central to end

April 6, 2015

For the past 25 years, Teach For America has placed teachers from a variety of educational institutions, demographic backgrounds and professions in high-needs schools across the country. Now Tuscaloosa...

The William P. Bloom Premier Award: Katie Plott

The William P. Bloom Premier Award: Katie Plott

April 1, 2015

Katie Plott was named the recipient of the William P. Bloom Premier Award, which honors a junior who has improved relations between different groups on campus.In 2011, Tuscaloosa native Katie Plott was...

Scott McWaters acts as 'utility player' in English department

Scott McWaters acts as 'utility player' in English department

March 31, 2015

Growing up in Albuquerque, New Mexico, Scott McWaters said he never thought he would live in the South. But his passion for basketball changed everything.McWaters, now an instructor in the English department...

Communication studies to host spring colloquia

Communication studies to host spring colloquia

March 24, 2015

By Mackenzie Ross | Staff ReporterThis spring, the department of communication studies will host a Spring Colloquia Series to showcase the research of faculty and graduate students.The department requires...

New marketing analytics degree offered online

New marketing analytics degree offered online

March 8, 2015

This spring the Manderson Graduate School of Business began offering a new online master’s degree in marketing with a specialization in marketing analytics. The program is one of several online degrees...

Two student groups train to run in local half marathon

Two student groups train to run in local half marathon

March 4, 2015

With the Tuscaloosa Half Marathon coming this Saturday, runners prepare to endure the rigorous 13.1-mile race through the city. While this may be some people’s first half 
marathon, many groups and...

Student performs with international study abroad volunteer group

Student performs with international study abroad volunteer group

March 4, 2015

Miranda Hamilton always knew she wanted to study abroad, but now she is doing that and more thanks to Up with People, an international non-profit 
performance and volunteer program.Hamilton, a junior...

Group strives to increase student voter registration

March 1, 2015

With the upcoming 50th anniversary of the Voting Rights Act, a Montgomery non-profit called Empower Alabama aims to increase voter registration and turnout in Alabama. The group hopes to recruit college-aged...

Hudson leads growth of UA College Democrats

Hudson leads growth of UA College Democrats

February 18, 2015

Reshad Hudson, a senior majoring in telecommunications and film and political science, currently serves as president of the University of Alabama College Democrats. Hudson is from Birmingham and joined...

Lynn grows evolutionary studies at Alabama

Lynn grows evolutionary studies at Alabama

February 17, 2015

Like many students, Christopher Lynn’s college experience took a winding route that involved dropping out and ultimately enrolling with a different major, but now as a professor he helps students explore...

The Day of Darwin: Alabama Evolutionary Studies club to celebrate naturalist's birthday with academic conference

The Day of Darwin: Alabama Evolutionary Studies club to celebrate naturalist's birthday with academic conference

February 11, 2015

Charles Darwin is best known for his contributions to evolutionary theory, having developed the idea that all animals develop over time through adaptations and the process of natural selection. He published...

HCA to host Valentine's event for senior citizens

HCA to host Valentine's event for senior citizens

February 5, 2015

The University of Alabama Honors College Assembly will host a Valentine’s Date Night for local senior citizens Sunday.Residents at Regency Retirement Community will spend an evening with volunteers from...

Winning Worldwide: IRC receives 'Outstanding Large Delegation' award

Winning Worldwide: IRC receives 'Outstanding Large Delegation' award

February 4, 2015

In early January, the University of Alabama International Relations Club arrived in Lima, Peru, for the Harvard National Model United Nations conference. The group left with top awards at the conference,...

Dismukes runs for Republican position

Dismukes runs for Republican position

February 3, 2015

On Jan. 21, University of Alabama student Dalton Dismukes announced his decision to run for chairman of the College Republican Federation 
of Alabama.Dismukes, a junior majoring in political science,...

Plank celebrates 10 years

Plank celebrates 10 years

January 28, 2015

The Plank Center at The University of Alabama kicked off a yearlong social media campaign this month to celebrate its 10-year anniversary.For the past 10 years, the Plank Center has been the leading international...

University Programs hosts healthy cooking lessons

University Programs hosts healthy cooking lessons

January 27, 2015

University Programs will host an event Tuesday called Cook It UP to teach students how to make healthy meals on a small budget.The event will be held in the Presidential Village I Community Room Kitchen...

University to begin construction on new Business Analytics Lab

January 25, 2015

The University of Alabama’s Culverhouse College of Commerce announced a partnership with Statistical Analysis System Institute, a leader in business analytics software and services, on Thursday for...

One Love raises awareness for domestic violence

January 12, 2015

It was the annual “Week of Welcome” two years ago at The University of Alabama, and Maury Holliman looked through the different booths. After a bit of looking, she saw someone familiar: her high school...

E-books, textbooks duel for top spot in class

E-books, textbooks duel for top spot in class

January 12, 2015

In recent years, products like tablets, Kindles and iPads have changed the way people read books and the way students access information. Many publishers now offer both traditional hard-copy books and...

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