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Many students daunted by setting up utilities, paying bills

Kyle Dennan July 31, 2013

Students moving into their first apartments in the fall face the potentially daunting task of dealing with bills and having to set up their utilities, but there are several resources available to assist...

Student-professor start-up finalist for funding

Student-professor start-up finalist for funding

Kyle Dennan July 24, 2013

A team of University of Alabama students and professors is competing for up to $100,000 in funding for its start-up company, e-Electricity, through the 2013 Alabama Launchpad Start-Up Competition, and...

Campus organization advocates for fair labor

Kyle Dennan June 19, 2013

This fall, University of Alabama fans and students will have an opportunity to buy clothing at the SUPe Store that is produced free from the controversy of sweatshop labor thanks to the actions of a relatively...

UA commemorates desegregation

UA commemorates desegregation

Kyle Dennan June 5, 2013

Throughout 2013, The University of Alabama’s Through the Doors program will celebrate the 50th anniversary of the desegregation of the University and remember the opposition faced by early black students....

UA students will discuss consent, embracing body

Kyle Dennan April 23, 2013

  By Kyle Dennan Staff Reporter ^ According to UAPD’s most recent Annual Campus Safety report, there were 16 forcible sexual offenses reported on campus between 2008 and 2011. Three students in...

SOURCE designed make college rewarding

Kyle Dennan April 16, 2013

The SOURCE helps organize various student groups on campus under one umbrella, allowing them to take collective action and function more efficiently, members of the organization said. “I think an organization...

Attendance low at UA’s provost interviews

Kyle Dennan April 15, 2013

Despite efforts of the provost search committee to include student input, University of Alabama students are disinterested in the process of selecting the next senior academic administrator at the Capstone....

Students sound off about abortion displays

Kyle Dennan April 11, 2013

Bama Students for Life displayed graphic images on the Quad Tuesday, including pictures of aborted fetuses alongside lynching victims and victims of the Holocaust in an attempt to compare abortion to...

Students for Life to hold annual week of protests

Kyle Dennan April 9, 2013

When walking to class Monday, students might have noticed a display on the Quad – 3,500 bright blue and pink flags arranged in a tight rectangle. Courtney Pixler, president of Bama Students for Life,...

Students discuss summer classes benefits, drawbacks

Kyle Dennan April 8, 2013

With the end of this school year rapidly approaching and registration beginning this week, many University of Alabama students are evaluating whether or not to take classes over the summer. Michael George,...

UA honor societies’ inductees tapped on Quad

Kyle Dennan April 4, 2013

“Tradition is more than an allegiance to the past,” according a booklet commemorating the restoration of the Little Round House by the Jasons. “Tradition is the cement that gives continuity to greatness....

Management class aids national charities

Kyle Dennan April 3, 2013

Some professors at the Capstone, such as Oscar Holmes, the instructor of Management 320, are taking their classes to the next level and giving their students real world experience while also raising money...

Students for Fair Labor wants to provide alternative to UA Nike products in Supply Store

Kyle Dennan March 17, 2013

A new group at The University of Alabama wants to provide a fair-labor alternative to the Nike products that fill UA’s Supply Store. Mark Ortiz, a sophomore majoring in biology and New College, said...

Lack of compromise in DC hurts student-veterans

Kyle Dennan March 13, 2013

After J.C. Walter served in Afghanistan and enrolled at The University of Alabama, he expected to be able to pay all of his tuition with assistance from the post-9/11 G.I. Bill and additional aid from...

Grads teaching for TFA in Black Belt face challenges

Kyle Dennan March 7, 2013

Last year, The University of Alabama became one of Teach for America’s top contributing schools, joining schools like the University of Michigan, Cornell University and the University of North Carolina,...

Many graduates look abroad for experience

Kyle Dennan March 6, 2013

While most graduating college students frantically search for entry-level jobs, some University of Alabama students plan alternative post-graduation experiences around the globe. Emma Fick, a senior majoring...

Speaking multiple languages becoming more important with time

Kyle Dennan March 5, 2013

It is vital to learn a language other than English, Koji Arizumi, director of The University of Alabama Critical Languages Center, said, and Americans are beginning to realize it. “Twenty years ago,...

Creative Campus hosts careers in art fair Wednesday

Kyle Dennan March 4, 2013

On Wednesday, March 6, Creative Campus and the Career Center will host an event to address the specific needs of students pursuing careers in the arts. “A huge number of majors on campus lend themselves...

UH program equips pre-med students, connects community

Kyle Dennan March 4, 2013

An honors class at The University of Alabama provides pre-med students with hands-on experience in clinical settings and helps them develop as future physicians. The UH Medicine and Community Program...

Students right illiteracy, social immobility through campus initiatives in region

Kyle Dennan February 28, 2013

There are counties in the Black Belt region of Alabama where as much as 30 percent of their population lacks basic prose literacy skills, according to a report released in 2009 by the National Center for...

Young Republicans shift policy focus

Kyle Dennan February 19, 2013

Many young Republicans on The University of Alabama campus and across the country feel alienated by the party’s stance on social issues, while others remain confident that social issues are pressing...

Bill aimed at abortion clinics expected to pass

Kyle Dennan February 18, 2013

UA students on both sides of the abortion debate will be closely watching a bill the Alabama legislature is expected to vote on in Montgomery, Tuesday. The bill, HB-57, also known as the Women’s Health...

UA representatives to visit Arlington to honor vets

Kyle Dennan February 13, 2013

Several representatives of The University of Alabama will travel to Washington, D.C., this week to honor fallen soldiers, visit those who have been injured in battle and emphasize the Capstone’s support...

Early graduation dates don’t help job search

Kyle Dennan February 11, 2013

Each December, many UA students complete their degrees and graduate a semester earlier than the traditional four-year plan. However, according to UA officials, finishing a semester early does not necessarily...

Change in military policy allows women to serve in combat

Change in military policy allows women to serve in combat

Kyle Dennan January 31, 2013

On Jan. 24, Defense Secretary Leon Panetta announced a major shift in military policy – women will now be allowed to serve in combat roles. For some University of Alabama students, the change is a...

UA professor’s book likens suicide bombers to mass shooters

Kyle Dennan January 23, 2013

One University of Alabama professor identified several factors that suicide bombers and mass shooters have in common at a Tuesday night book release, stating that suicide bombers and mass shooters often...

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