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Spann says long winter causes high pollen count

Ben Clark

April 14, 2013

Since returning to Tuscaloosa from spring break, students have found it plagued with high amounts of pollen, which have brought allergy season into full force. While pollen’s arrival in the spring is always expected, areas ...

Attendance low at UA’s provost interviews

Kyle Dennan

April 14, 2013

Despite efforts of the provost search committee to include student input, University of Alabama students are disinterested in the process of selecting the next senior academic administrator at the Capstone. “Each of the interv...

Taylor discusses plans for first term as president

Adrienne Burch

April 10, 2013

Last week, Jimmy Taylor began his term as Student Government Association president for the 2013-2014 school year. Taylor ran unopposed for this year’s SGA president position, but said this did not change his outlook at all...

UA fly fishing gets philanthropic with nonprofit Fishing’s Future

Angeleah Coker

April 10, 2013

The last paved road ended 30 miles ago. A birdsong, water trickling and the wisp of a line being cast are the only sounds the fly fishing club can hear this deep in the woods. Adam Hudson, a senior majoring in biology and se...

UA astrology club seeking Virgos, Aquarians

Jordan Cissell

April 10, 2013

To hear club co-founder and president Dominique Butler tell it, the story of the Zodiac Society’s origin was written in the stars. “The idea came about in a very random way – my sister Alexis and I were at a health fair...

Moving to the Music City

Alexandra Ellsworth

April 10, 2013

“Number two, number two,” cried a waiter in a crowded barbecue restaurant on 12th South Avenue in Nashville, Tenn. Adam Naylor, a recent UA graduate, talked loudly over the oldies rock music playing in the background and th...

Anti-abortion group sponsors ‘extremely graphic’ display on Quad

Stephen N. Dethrage

April 9, 2013

The anti-abortion group Bama Students for Life and the Genocide Awareness Project will host an “extremely graphic” display on the Quad Wednesday and Thursday, an email from Dean of Students Tim Hebson to University faculty and Sta...

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