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Advertising team advances to semifinals, places 1st

Advertising team advances to semifinals, places 1st

Greg Ward April 17, 2014

The University of Alabama’s Advertising Team took first place in the District 7 American Advertising Federation’s National Student Advertising Competition Friday. This win marks the second district...

Tide Talks to host final event of semester

Greg Ward April 14, 2014

Tide Talks, the TED-inspired, student-led speaker series, will wrap up the semester on Friday, April 25, at 6:30 p.m. in Russell Hall Auditorium. The seventh installment of Tide Talks will have four speakers...

Program promotes research

Program promotes research

Greg Ward March 19, 2014

The Emerging Scholars Program, a two-semester research program geared towards educating freshmen on research processes, has been around for six years. The program seeks to give freshmen a taste of how...

Tuscaloosa PARA looks to expand disc golf courses

Greg Ward March 19, 2014

Disc golf as a casual afternoon fad has been around since the 1960s, but its popularity has risen in the Tuscaloosa area for the past few years. (See also "UA freshmen take Frisbee golf to the web") ...

Medical sociologist speaks about disaster research

Greg Ward March 10, 2014

Natural disasters can happen around the world on a daily basis. Victoria Ravels, a professor and medical sociologist at New York University, spoke to a small crowd in Little Hall on Monday afternoon about...

Free online college courses becoming increasingly popular

Greg Ward February 27, 2014

There are thousands of universities all across the country students attend, but online courses and lessons are becoming more prevalent. A simple online search for “free online college courses” yields...

Sokol Park opens space for dogs

Greg Ward February 25, 2014

Tuscaloosa’s first dog park is still on its way toward completion, but the Will May Memorial Dog Park at Sokol Park already has visitors daily. Tuscaloosa Park and Recreation Authority broke ground...

Students help with lake cleanup

Greg Ward February 24, 2014

University of Alabama students, professors and a few Tuscaloosa city workers spent five hours cleaning up Lake Tuscaloosa’s shores Friday, Feb. 21. Mary Pitts, professor and director of undergraduate...

‘Take a Journey in Science’ lecture to address nanoscience

Greg Ward February 13, 2014

Some people think science is composed of complicated equations that only academics can understand. Scientists at The University of Alabama are trying to change these preconceived notions with their new...

Professors, students adjust after snow closures

Professors, students adjust after snow closures

Greg Ward February 6, 2014

Dripping water, the crunch of snow and a cool breeze were all anyone heard on The University of Alabama’s campus for two days last week, when snow shut down most of the Southeast. Tuscaloosa and the...

Class offers pre-med experience

Greg Ward February 5, 2014

Over the course of four years, one Honors College class and its students have helped thousands of people across the state of Alabama. Medicine and Community is a year-long course at The University of Alabama...

Bama Dining to host local artists

Greg Ward February 4, 2014

Bama Dining feeds thousands of students across campus on a daily basis, but now it is giving student musicians and artists a chance to play for a meal. The “Don’t Be a Starving Artist” program allows...

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