Coming up Clark

There was a time when Alabama senior gymnast Kaitlyn Clark didn’t know The University of Alabama had a gymnastics team.

Now, the Rancho Cucamonga, California, native has found her home as a senior on the Alabama gymnastics team and was named this week’s SEC Gymnast of the Week after winning the all-around competition in last week’s meet at The University of Georgia with a career best score of 39.625.

'Star Wars' characters visit SUPe Store

Darth Vader, Storm Troopers, Princess Leia and a Jedi Knight made a long trek to The University of Alabama to meet fans Tuesday. The “Star Wars” characters were volunteers from a local fan club, who make appearances at charity events, schools, and much more.

Farewell to Seniors

A couple of years ago, Sharin Rivers and Briana Hutchen did not know each other. Both players were playing basketball on opposites ends of the country. It was not until Kristy Curry was hired at The University of Alabama the two became teammates, and today is the last day these two will play basketball together.

Track and field heads to Lexington for SEC championships

The moment the track and field teams have been preparing for is finally within reach, but the teams still have a lot of competition ahead.

This weekend, the teams will travel to Lexington, Kentucky, to compete in the SEC Indoor Championships. Coach Dan Waters said both the men's and the women’s teams prepare all year for the championship portion of the season.

Weekly event promotes health

Global Movement Mondays, a weekly addition to events at the Ferguson Center, is aimed to join faculty, staff and students in group exercises from around the world.

News

Summit gives support to group of student-parents

According to The University of Alabama’s Graduate Parent Support Program, over 24 percent of college students across the country have or are expecting a child. Throughout the last 10 years, this population of student-parents has been on the rise.


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Sports

Goodwin enjoys time at Alabama

It all started with a summer camp.

Senior Alabama men’s tennis player Andrew Goodwin was 7 years old when he first started to play tennis. He went to a tennis summer camp just to try out the sport, and as a result, it sparked a passion.


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Culture

Broadway show to play at UA

A 59-year-old actress comes home from the big city to visit her brother and sister. She brings along her much younger boyfriend and the neighbor’s pretty niece wants to learn from the actress. The housemaid spits out prophecy which everyone ignores, all cloaked in references to Anton Chekhov’s plays and Sigourney Weaver’s acting career.


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