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All University students and faculty members who are willing and able to donate blood are invited to participate in the Beat Auburn Blood Drive. Students and faculty who do not meet the qualifications to give blood can still get involved by volunteering to work the event.
“Generally, it takes a woman getting asked to run for an office seven times before she even considers it," said Danielle Prendergast, principal consultant of Policy by Design. "The earlier we start asking, the more likely they are to run for office.”
The day this editorial board published our endorsement of Doug Jones over Roy Moore in the Alabama Senate special election, the Washington Post published a story detailing Roy Moore’s sexual abuse of a 14-year-old girl when he was 32.
Renowned author Margaret Atwood is coming to the University of Alabama to read from her works and talk to students. Author of novels such as The Handmaid’s Tale, The Blind Assassin, Oryx and Crake, as well as many others, she has also written more than fifty volumes of poetry, children’s literature, fiction, and non-fiction.
A “Motion to Compel” has been filed against the University of Alabama Elections Board by University student Ryan Truitt. Truitt’s motion comes after the Election Board’s numerous failures to comply with and serve the public in a timely manner, according to the motion, and it urges the SGA Judiciary to take action against the board.
This is the second film this semester in the Hudson Strode Program's "Shakespeare Film Series."
The Capstone Journal of Law and Public Policy will begin taking submissions in a few weeks.
Alabama (17-11, 5-9 SEC) dropped the opening set to Tennessee (11-13, 4-11 SEC), 21-25, but were able to bounce back and win the second set, 25-17. The Volunteers owned the third set, winning 25-17, before Alabama forced a fifth set by winning the fourth set 25-18.
The Crimson Tide were able to close out the match with a 15-11 set five victory, to win the match, 3-2.
About a hundred students-turned-sleuths worked in teams to solve the murder of Johnny Diamond Thursday night. Jealous groupies, indebted doctors and rejected rockstars were among the list of possible subjects in the investigation at the University Program’s Murder Mystery Dinner. Students got to test their detective skills as they searched for clues to solve the murder with help from a cast of actors in a truly immersive theatrical experience.
Alabama was tired, but its defense shut down Mississippi State when it desperately needed to. The Bulldogs had a chance to take the lead twice after Alabama. Those two drives only netted 19 yards and ended in two punts. It was key in keeping Alabama undefeated.
After scrambling for a one-yard gain, quarterback Jalen Hurts connected with his favorite target Calvin Ridley for the fourth time of the day, gaining 15 yards. Hurts then threw an incompletion and was sacked to force a third and long.
Once again, he found Ridley, this time for 31 yards. Alabama was on the Mississippi State 26-yard line, with under 30 ticks left on the clock. The sophomore quarterback then found freshman wide receiver De’Vonta Smith for 26 yards, for the game winning touchdown.
Curry said the team did a good job contesting shots and making the Lady Bulldogs uncomfortable, partly due to a full-court press Alabama employed.
“A freezer storing a potentially hazardous chemical malfunctioned,” read a press release from the University. “…There were no injuries and no damage to the building.”
“I went to the Great Campus Write-In last semester,” said Natalie Soll, a sophomore majoring in public health. “The writing tutors were very helpful and I actually learned a lot while working on an assignment.”
The purpose of the event is to provide students with more information about internship options, as well as how to apply.
“Experiential learning is important because students are going to need a full resumé when they graduate" Griffin said.
This scampi doesn't skimp on flavor.
The Christmas market will take place today and tomorrow at the old Books-A-Million on Skyland Boulevard.
Identifying your faults is the first step toward correcting them. Just knowing what to look out for might be enough to stop you from lashing out or acting negatively.
Fox News ignores important news in favor of protecting its editorial loyalty to the president.
The festival will showcase three plays by other Alabama community theatres, as well as Theatre Tuscaloosa's submission.