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Author discusses significance of stand

Ethan Summers

November 3, 2010

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Today marks Foster Auditorium’s rededication following years of disuse. Foster Auditorium, constructed in 1939, has historically been a venue for large events on campus, ranging from basketball games to student registration before th...

Rice to hold book signing at Foster

Ethan Summers

November 3, 2010

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The Blackburn Institute is bringing Condoleezza Rice home to Tuscaloosa and the University of Alabama. Rice, former secretary of state for President Bush and a professor of political science at Stanford University, will visi...

Student voter interest lower than 2008

Ethan Summers

October 27, 2010

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‘To vote, not to vote?’ or ‘Can I even make it to the polls?’ are questions on many students’ minds as the Nov. 2 elections approach. In 2008, then-Sen. Barack Obama’s campaign for president heavily targeted young vot...

SGA hotline to help students register

Ethan Summers

October 27, 2010

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Every weekday from 8 a.m. to 4 p.m., the Student Government Association will host a help hotline for students looking for clarification about how to register for classes. To access the hotline, students should call 348-8401. Vice ...

Homecoming Committee works to boost student, alumnus involvement

Ethan Summers

October 14, 2010

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Even with the emphasis that is put on Homecoming week, some students are curious about how much students truly care about Homecoming itself. However, for some University alumni, Homecoming has a different importance.  “As a student...

Sparks to kick off Cuba Week

Ethan Summers

October 7, 2010

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Cuba Week launches Sunday with a speech by Ron Sparks, State Commissioner of Agriculture and Democratic candidate for governor of Alabama. Sparks will speak at the Bryant Conference Center’s Sellers Auditorium Sunday at 5 p.m....

Professors adapt to increasing enrollment

Ethan Summers

October 5, 2010

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With enrollment topping 30,000, some students have begun to question if the University’s growth is helping or hurting their educations.              However, many professors expressed mostly positive views of campus...

Health and Wellness Fair educates at the Ferg

Ethan Summers

October 5, 2010

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The Student Government Association and Project Health are hosting the Student Health and Wellness Fair today at the Ferguson Student Center.              The fair itself is free to students, and this year’s fair focu...

UAPD advises on hit-and-runs

Ethan Summers

October 3, 2010

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On the high traffic streets of Tuscaloosa, hit-and-runs are a problem many students have faced. Kacy Davis, a junior majoring in restaurant and hospitality management, said she discovered her vehicle had been struck while she...

Students offer free tailgates

Ethan Summers

September 30, 2010

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The Honors College Assembly and LessThanUThink, a campaign started by University students to raise awareness about the effects of alcohol, will host tailgating parties for the Crimson Tide’s game against Florida Saturday. The H...

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