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Students are visitors and should act as such

Chisolm Allenlundy

October 19, 2014

Throughout my two and a half years at The University of Alabama, I have heard one complaint from Tuscaloosa residents regarding the University so many times that it seems as though it is an inevitable part of any 
“town-gown” ...

​Alabama holds on to win 14-13 over Arkansas

Kelly Ward

October 12, 2014

Few things in football are more important than ball security. It’s a point Alabama coach Nick Saban has emphasized repeatedly this season. Despite all the emphasis, No. 7 Alabama had trouble holding onto the ball against Ark...

UA Athletics, coaches, athletes speak on tornado damage; athletic events canceled

Jason Galloway

April 28, 2011

The University’s athletic department dedicated Thursday to ensuring the safety of Alabama’s student athletes, coaches, staff and employees after Wednesday’s tornado destroyed a portion of Tuscaloosa.“While our primary e...

Rescue efforts delay Comcast service

Stephen Walker

April 28, 2011

On Thursday afternoon, utility companies were scrambling to develop plans that will deal with the extensive damage done by the EF-5 tornado that decimated Tuscaloosa’s infrastructure.Comcast Cable, which provides television, Internet ...

Rec shifts from shelter to communication center

William Evans

April 28, 2011

After an evening of sheltering displaced and frightened students following the tornado’s aftermath, the Rec Center has become an information center the University encourages students or parents to contact for answers about th...

Mayor Walt Maddox: Search and rescue still the priority

Stephen N. Dethrage

April 28, 2011

Tuscaloosa Mayor Walt Maddox urged students and citizens to stay patient, conserve water, volunteer and stay out of the damaged areas of the city in an emergency city council meeting on Thursday.Maddox also said that the recov...

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