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Garden project promotes local produce

Brittney Knox

November 4, 2010

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The Druid City Garden Project seeks to build community through food and to increase access to fresh, locally grown produce, Rashmi Becker Grace, one of the founders of the project, said. The project began in February, starting ...

Students vote on campus at Rec Center

Brittney Knox

November 3, 2010

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Tuesday, the Student Recreation Center was not only used for cardio, or to grab a quick smoothie after a long workout. It was also a place where thousands of students cast their vote in the state election. People were waiting f...

Storm doesn’t dampen Greek trick-or-treat

Brittney Knox

October 26, 2010

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Clouds filled the sky Tuesday night, but it did not stop hundreds of little feet from running down sorority row to participate in sorority row’s annual trick-or-treat event. Colonial Drive was graced with the presence of many m...

HCA seeks Honoros College unity

Brittney Knox

October 24, 2010

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A fourth of the way into their first year, the Honors College Assembly has accomplished several service projects, socials and numerous other things to try to create more interaction among students in the Honors College. HCA P...

Student brings Angel Flight Soars program to Alabama

Brittney Knox

October 20, 2010

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A.J. Ramey, a junior majoring in political science and business, brought the Angel Flight Soars program, based out of Atlanta, to Alabama this past June. The program is intended to provide transportation to medical patients ...

Black Student Union hosts screening of CNN documentary series

Brittney Knox

October 20, 2010

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“Almighty Debt,” the latest installment of the CNN series “Black in America” will be showcased in Reese Phifer Hall room 180 at 7 tonight. This TV special, hosted by Soledad O’Brien, will delve into topics that plag...

Congressman speaks on political experience

Brittney Knox

October 20, 2010

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College Republicans hosted a speech by Congressman Robert Aderholt, who represents the 4th District of Alabama on Tuesday where he discussed how he got involved with politics, as well as his current reelection campaign. He began his spe...

The circumstance behind the pomp

Brittney Knox

October 15, 2010

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During Homecoming week, sorority houses are filled with young women singing and dancing as they work diligently on pomping for their annual direction contest.  There are many different traditions of Homecoming, such as pompin...

The stories behind homecoming traditions

Brittney Knox

October 14, 2010

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During Homecoming week around campus, sorority houses are filled with young women singing and dancing as they work diligently on pomping for their annual direction contest.  There are many different traditions of Homecoming, a time to...

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