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Local honey brings health benefits, allergy relief

Margaret Wilbourne

March 10, 2013

As the trend of seeking out local food continues to grow this spring, more people are heading to farmer’s markets and resident farms for fresh fruits and vegetables as an alternative to the import-controlled produce secti...

Six executive candidates running unopposed in election

Justin Heck

March 10, 2013

The SGA elections for the 2013-2014 school year will take place on Tuesday, March 12. Seven executive positions are open for election, though six of these positions have candidates running unopposed. The only position with o...

Plans to expand Gorgas Library underway

John Burleson

March 7, 2013

More than a year after the Board of Trustees approved a measure to expand and renovate Gorgas Library, The University of Alabama is finally beginning the project. Dan Wolfe, UA planner and designer, expressed excitement over th...

Previously undefeated Tide softball team downed by Florida Gators

Kelly Ward

March 7, 2013

After a nearly 3-hour game, the No. 1 Alabama softball team lost its first game of the season to No. 4 Florida. Jackie Traina pitched her first incomplete game and loss as the Gators downed the Tide 8-4. “Obviously it’s a good t...

Family members of Stand in the School House Door players reflect on, memorialize upcoming 50th anniversary

Melissa Brown

March 4, 2013

Though Vivian Malone and James Hood walked through the doors of Foster Auditorium nearly 50 years ago in the national spotlight, the glare of The University of Alabama community was all that accompanied them through subsequent do...

Gymnastics team defeats UCLA in top-10 matchup

Caroline Gazzara

March 4, 2013

The Alabama gymnastics team defeated the UCLA Bruins 197.075 to 196.375 in Coleman Coliseum Friday. The Crimson Tide, No. 4 nationally, started off strong in the first event, leading the Bruins 49.5 to 49.275. Alabama started on ...

Local six-piece band’s album to include graphic novel

Ryan Phillips

March 4, 2013

Chances are if you frequent the Strip, you may already be familiar with a local band whose name decorates the bathrooms and walls of local live-music hotspots. The Organic Androids, a Tuscaloosa-based band, are a fairly new fix...

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