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Mental health is a concern for college campuses

Katherine Owen

June 20, 2012

Mental health concerns are one of the top two public concerns faced by universities across the country, according to Michelle Harcrow, assistant director of mental health education and promotion for the Student Health Center. A 201...

UA junior experiences two tornadoes in 10 months

Katherine Owen

June 13, 2012

When the tornadoes of April 27 ripped through Tuscaloosa, Hannah Fowler, a freshman at the time, couldn’t have imagined she would experience the same nightmare just under a year later in her own hometown of Harrisburg, Ill. Fowle...

Photography competition via new iPhone app

Briana Harris

June 6, 2012

A contest designed to promote the iPhone photography app ShootLocal could yield prizes for students interested in filmmaking and photography for taking pictures of Tuscaloosa. Students have an opportunity to win a Canon Rebel T3...

UA political groups adjust to Romney

Rich Robinson

April 24, 2012

With Mitt Romney as the presumptive Republican nominee, the 2012 presidential election seems to be ready for primetime. And despite the fact that Romney has yet to officially clinch the nomination, the general election has be...

Survey shows rise in trend known as ‘drunkorexia’

Jordan Cissell

April 19, 2012

There are some things in life that just don’t mix well. A recently developing trend, dubbed “drunkorexia," dangerously combines two such items: eating disorders and substance abuse. According to a clinical report published...

Tide to visit Obama

Tide to visit Obama

April 17, 2012

Study: Melanoma linked to tanning

Jasmine Cannon

April 17, 2012

The number of melanoma cases in young adults has risen over the years, and health professionals say tanning-bed use is one of the main contributing factors. USA Today recently reported on this issue with the latest findings fr...

WRC to host ‘Take Back the Night’

Adrienne Burch

April 16, 2012

The University of Alabama Women’s Resource Center will host “Take Back the Night,” an international rally aimed to support the end of violence against women, tonight at 6 p.m. on the Ferguson Plaza. The month of April ...

Students sound off on Trayvon Martin case

Ashanka Kumari

April 9, 2012

The death of Trayvon Martin has been a subject of national news stories for several weeks and some UA students feel that a lack of evidence will keep the case from having any impact on the nation's guns laws. Martin, an unarme...

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