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Mobile Yoga brings exercise outside studio

Morgan Taylor April 16, 2013

Now students don’t have to go to the gym or a studio to do yoga - yoga will come to them. A University of Alabama sophomore has created a Mobile Yoga class where she will bring the class to a location...

Students, faculty discourage spring break bingeing

Morgan Taylor March 21, 2013

For some college students, spring break is about closing the textbooks and relaxing, while for others it can mean drinking all night. Binge drinking is not a foreign concept to spring breakers, but the...

Many vegetarian options available in Tuscaloosa area

Morgan Taylor March 7, 2013

Some would consider vegetarian diets strict, especially in a city known for its barbecue. But, many of Tuscaloosa’s restaurants have vegetarian options that are both inexpensive and convenient. “You...

New SGA program accepting used textbooks for student vets

Morgan Taylor November 29, 2012

Every semester some student veterans, dependents and survivors have a hard time buying books for class. Thanks to a new Student Government Association program, “Textbooks for Troops,” students can...

Volunteers building dream playground for community

Morgan Taylor November 29, 2012

The Tuscaloosa County Park and Recreation Authority and United Way of West Alabama are working with KaBOOM!, a national nonprofit organization dedicated to building playgrounds for children, and PNC Bank...

New myBama tab to assist with technical issues

Morgan Taylor November 7, 2012

The new tech tab on The University of Alabama’s MyBama sites allows any student, faculty or staff member to access information concerning technology issues or updates on campus. The tab features an...

RISE leaders go to Russia for disabled music outreach

Morgan Taylor October 9, 2012

Educators from the University ’s RISE program and the UA School of Music visted the Prospectiva Center in St. Petersburg, Russia last week to work with children with disabilities. The group also worked...

Study abroad fair to educate and inform students about international study opportunities

Morgan Taylor September 17, 2012

The Capstone International Academic Programs will host their Study Abroad Fair on Tuesday from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. in the Ferguson Center. The fair is an opportunity for UA students to learn about the possibilities...

Rounders to reopen backroom in November

Morgan Taylor September 10, 2012

Rounders Bar, a well-known bar on the Strip that was torn down for reconstruction in June, is on track to reopen in November. The owners plan to open their back room within a few weeks. When the whole...

Cycling club continues to grow

Morgan Taylor December 3, 2010

The University’s cycling club is fairly new to campus; it was created only a few years ago by former president, Sam Barr, along with the help of Preston Beasley. “We started it because at the time...

Ultimate Frisbee rising in popularity

Morgan Taylor October 21, 2010

Ultimate Frisbee has been a competitive club sport on campus since the 1970s, when it was first established here at Alabama. However, it wasn’t always an intercollegiate sport. "In the 70s there were...

Tide looks to get rhythm back after weekend defeats

Tide looks to get rhythm back after weekend defeats

Morgan Taylor September 26, 2010

On Friday, the Alabama volleyball team played the undefeated LSU Tigers for its annual Crimson Tide Cram the CAVE event. The Tide lost to the undefeated team in three consecutive sets (25-20, 25-22, 25-22),...

High hopes for the Tide

High hopes for the Tide

Morgan Taylor September 17, 2010

The men’s tennis team is coming back this season stronger than it has been in the past few years with two new international players, Carlos Taborga from Bolivia and Daniil Proskura from Estonia. Also,...

Tide hopes for a third straight championship

Morgan Taylor September 9, 2010

The University of Alabama men’s cross country team ended its 2009-2010 season by winning a second straight Southeastern Conference Championship and a third-straight South Region Championship. The team...

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