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Students get a taste of Europe while studying abroad

Will Baggett

March 4, 2016

While traveling across Europe, it is easy to get caught up in an atmosphere that is so unlike our own back here in the states. While most United States citizens visit Europe as tourists, soaking up the sights and sounds of ot...

Honors College to host study abroad fair

Beth Wells

November 30, 2015

What: Honors College Study Abroad FairWhen: Tuesday, Dec. 1, 11 a.m. to 2 p.m.Where: In front of Nott Hall/ Inside Nott Hall in the event of inclement weatherStudents will receive information about the Honors College May Interim...

German student discusses culture, food

Stephanie Gaytan

November 19, 2014

Twenty-one-year-old Sonia Loewy has lived in Munich, Germany, for almost her entire life. She lived in the Czech Republic for a year and a half before coming to the U.S. and is now a senior at The University of Alabama majoring in i...

Valerie Williams jump ropes internationally

Cokie Thompson

November 5, 2014

For Valerie Williams, jumping rope is a way of life. The freshman majoring in chemical engineering has been on a jump rope team since the second grade and since then she said the sport has taken over her world. Last year she won two i...

Win with the Old Jersey, Celebrate with the New

Reed OMara

July 17, 2014

On the fourth floor of the Galleria Kaufhaus in Berlin, just off of the Alexanderplatz Hauptbahnhof, lies a typical section for department stores: the athletic wear. Marking this one different from most athletic departments ri...

Fans keep Tide pride alive overseas

Adrienne Burch

November 22, 2011

An 11-hour time difference and 5,224 miles has not stopped Marcel Gromotka from being a die-hard University of Alabama football fan. Gromotka grew up in Munich, Germany and moved to the United States in 2006 when his dad was o...

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