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.
Alabama practiced indoors ahead of its season opener against Wisconsin this Saturday.
- The quarterbacks were inconsistent during Wednesday's practice.
SGA senator Patrick Fitzgerald has launched a campaign to bring back "Dixieland Delight."
Fitzgerald invites everyone to come out to the SGA senate meeting on Sept.
The college football season is finally here, and Alabama is excited to get back on the field.
Tight end O.J.
UAPD issued an advisory early Tuesday morning after a robbery was reported on the 1100 block of Jackson Avenue.
According to the advisory, two men approached the victim around 9:45 p.m.
A University of Alabama researcher recently completed a study showing that light drinkers and abstainers react the same as binge drinkers when seeing images of alcohol.
Dr. Philip Gable, associate professor of social psychology at UA, found similar patterns of brain activity within light drinkers/abstainers as those who drink regularly or binge drink when shown alcohol cues such as advertisements.
“We found that similar brain activity patterns were associated with those that had a lot of drinking experience or not had experience,” Gable said.
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.
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.