The Closer

Somehow — between the demands of fall camp and football season, the demands of his position, perhaps the most demanding in the state — Nick Saban has time.


Rave Guardian app increases student safety

Safety on and off campus is major concern for both students and their parents. With UAPD updates coming in weekly (two in the past three days), students and their parents are worried; and they have a right to be.

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GAMEDAY: Who's under center?

Anticipation ran rampant throughout Tuscaloosa on Nov. 30, 2014. Fans fueled by the thought of revenge against the Auburn Tigers filed into Bryant-Denny Stadium on the late fall Saturday, ready to see their team regain its dignity after the demoralizing “kick six” that punctuated the Iron Bowl during the season prior.

As the game progressed, it became clear Alabama’s path to vengeance might not be quite as clear as anticipated.

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Lee Bains III & The Glory Fires rocks Egan's Bar

On Saturday evening, among all of the Greekfest activities on campus, Lee Bains III and The Glory Fires filled Egan’s on the Strip to its 75 person capacity.

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Opposing Views: Is feminism for everyone?

Last Friday, the University of Alabama Feminist Caucus (UAFC) held a rally "Celebrating Women." One of its attendees, Ruth Bishop, noted the ubiquity of pro-choice messaging and, as a pro-life woman, posed the question: "Is feminism for women like me?" An officer in the UAFC, Cassidy Ellis, accepted our invitation to respond.

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