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This biggest rivalry in college football will have a huge impact on the landscape of college football. No. 1 Alabama and No. 6 Auburn will battle for the SEC west title, and a chance to go to Atlanta to face Georgia. This is the biggest game for both teams this season. To get more insight on the Tigers, we talked to Will Sahlie, the sports editor of Auburn's student newspaper, The Plainsman.
The Crimson Tide came in at No. 56 in the final RPI rankings before the NCAA Selection Show. Its opponents this week ranked at No. 34 (Missouri) and 59 (Texas A&M).
In what felt like a late-season game, Alabama rallied for a 77-76 win over UT Arlington. The Crimson Tide used defensive intensity and a dominating performance from freshman guard Collin Sexton to flip the script.
Sexton scored 29 as Alabama came back from being 12 points down to capture the win. The Crimson Tide is now 4-0.
Southern Studies 203 will be offered in the spring 2018 semester, according to UA Media Relations.
Several Alabama alumni in the NFL reached career milestones or personal bests – or even set league records – in Week 11. Here are the top six performances from former Crimson Tide players:
Fashion for Life is a runway show where senior apparel design students present their final collections and support a charity of their choosing. On Sunday, 14 seniors showed off four years of education that were put into three to five outfits that graced the runway created in the Ferguson Ballroom.
During the six weeks leading up to the Iron Bowl, Beat Auburn Beat Hunger is an annual student-run food-drive competition against Auburn that strives to bring together students, Alabama fans and people in the community as much as possible to help the West Alabama Food Bank and simultaneously raise awareness about hunger, Executive Director Charland said.
As a potential added security measure for the stadium, UA tested the use of metal detectors at selected gates upon entrance on Saturday’s home game against Mercer.
Alabama's special senate election to fill the Senate seat previously occupied by Attorney General Jeff Sessions is rapidly approaching. The main candidates for the Dec. 12 election are democratic candidate Doug Jones and republican candidate Roy Moore.
The orchestra consists of students of all ages: high schoolers, middle schoolers and even a few UA students and faculty members in the ranks.
If you can't make it home for Thanksgiving, there are still some options for feasting in the Druid City.
The UA contestant is Lauren Leddo, an alum from Chelsea, Ala.
International Spouse Group meets every Wednesday from 9:30- 11:30 a.m. and is open to spouses of international students, staff or faculty.
The drop-in hours are an extension of the library’s normal 8 a.m.-5 p.m. hours during which a student can get help with research. Students will meet one-on-one with a librarian to discuss things such as developing a topic and finding sources.
Alabama basketball (3-0) moved into the top 25 of the AP poll following an undefeated start to the season. Alabama comes in at No. 25.
Alabama's JC Hassenauer was named SEC Offensive Lineman of the Week after his performance in the Crimson Tide's 56-0 win over Mercer. Hassenauer played 45 snaps and graded out at 91 percent. It is the first selection of Hassenauer's career.
Whether it is a passing stage of development or a loophole for conventional manufacturing with sky-high pricing, this technology is making way for a future in which certain aspects of healthcare are more accessible.
Though the holiday is celebrated in many different ways, one thing is for sure: Thanksgiving is a time for coming together with family. Whether surrounded by the family they were born into or the family they met at UA, students are finding reasons to give thanks.
"Shout for Joy" is tonight at 7 p.m. at First Presbyterian Church, a more intimate venue than the orchestra's regular Moody Music Concert Hall.
Sometimes a change of scenery is all you need to get through finals season.