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Philosopher to speak on science of consciousness

Philosopher to speak on science of consciousness

April Ivey October 30, 2012

Frank Jackson, a world-renowned philosopher and expert in the philosophy of the mind, will be presenting a lecture titled “The Problem of Consciousness Revisited” Tuesday at 7:30 p.m. in Room 205 of...

New Crimson Ride route will speed up trip to Quad for commuters

April Ivey September 13, 2012

The Crimson Ride is running a new express route to give students parking in the Southeast Commuter Zones a quicker commute to the Quad. The route is called the Crimson Express and stops at the Coleman...

Get On Board Day revamped

April Ivey September 10, 2012

This semester’s Get on Board Day will be Tuesday from 5 to 10 p.m. on the Ferguson Plaza. This will be the first time the biannual event has been held in the evening rather than during the afternoon....

Women’s bookclub seeks new members

April Ivey September 3, 2012

Female bookworms on campus are invited to come together at The EveryWoman Book Club, a service of the Women’s Resource Center, which is seeking new members. Kathy Echols, Women’s Resource Center staff...

University Ad Team to compete at Nationals in June

University Ad Team to compete at Nationals in June

April Ivey April 19, 2012

The University of Alabama Ad Team will be competing at the national competition in Austin, Texas, from June 9 to 12. The team created and presented an advertising campaign for Nissan, their major corporate...

First Amendment festival provides food for thought

First Amendment festival provides food for thought

April Ivey March 29, 2012

More than 350 students signed away their First Amendment rights of speech, religion, assembly, press and petition in exchange for a barbecue sandwich, chips, and a drink. The First Amendment Free Food...

SPJ hosts First Amendment Free Food Festival

April Ivey March 27, 2012

The Society of Professional Journalists, together with the Student Government Association, the Academic Honor Council and the Corolla, is sponsoring a First Amendment Free Food Festival Wednesday on the...

Tuscaloosa staple begins reconstruction process

Tuscaloosa staple begins reconstruction process

April Ivey February 9, 2012

The Tuscaloosa Krispy Kreme is returning to its previous location on McFarland Boulevard after being destroyed in the April 27, 2011 tornado. Evan Smith, the owner of the Tuscaloosa Krispy Kreme, has...

Explore the world without leaving campus at the International Coffee Hour

April Ivey January 19, 2012

International Coffee Hour offers international and domestic students a chance to mingle and have some snacks every Friday from 11:30 a.m. to 1:00 p.m. on the first floor of B.B. Comer Hall. For international...

Students needed to spend Caring Days with elderly

April Ivey December 1, 2011

Caring Days, a day care center for adults who have memory disorders, is looking for compassionate students to volunteer with their program. The day care is designed to provide a level of assistance to...

What It’s Like to Be Hit By an F4 Tornado

April Ivey October 26, 2011

I opened my eyes and looked around what had once been my bedroom, my sanctum. It was now an unrecognizable pile of rubble. Deafening silence surrounded me. The lower half of my body was pinned and beginning...

Mayor: Tornado death toll expected to increase

April Ivey October 6, 2011

Almost six months after a deadly tornado struck Tuscaloosa last April, the city’s fatality list is still increasing. On Sept. 29, Mayor Walt Maddox’s office officially added Samuel Brasfield’s name...

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