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Alabama’s soccer team made history on Monday by becoming the third group to earn a bid to the NCAA Tournament in program history, but the Crimson Tide’s players are not satisfied yet. Although they’ve already rewritten the Alabama record books, they have their sights set on becoming the first Alabama team to advance past the first round, which they can accomplish with a road win against Clemson on Friday.
As Alabamians and Americans, it is important that we cast our vote for the rule of law and not the rule of a man’s religious whims, and that we keep our state and country on a path forward and not one beating ceaselessly into the past.
Alabama fell to No. 7 Kentucky in four sets on Wednesday afternoon. The Crimson Tide played the Wildcats throughout the match, but could not match the power of Kentucky.
Alabama will open up its regular season with Memphis on Friday, and the Crimson Tide will be without three injured players. Forwards Braxton Key (knee) and Riley Norris (hip), as well as guard Ar’Mond Davis (hip) will all be out against the Tigers.
Senior Leah Lawrence is only eight blocks shy of the Alabama career record of 438 blocks, currently held by Shelly Adamcik (1999-2002).
Apps like Uber and Lyft are easy and convenient, given that you have the disposable income to afford them... But these services are a luxury, one that is out of reach for the single mother who needs to get to her job across town before 7:00am every day.
Others who have joined don’t want to see Trump potentially mar America’s future, which is a legitimate concern. Regardless, treating his alleged mental illness is not the concern. They don’t want Trump to get help; they want him to get out.
A free screening of the documentary "Awake, A Dream from Standing Rock" will be held at 6 p.m. tonight in Gorgas 205 to commemorate Native American Heritage Month.
UA Theatre & Dance's current musical, showing in the Allen Bales Theatre, provides a delightful evening of comedy as characters compete in a spelling bee and even involve the audience.
University Programs (UP) will give students the opportunity to sleuth their way through a murder mystery-style dinner held in the ballroom of the Ferguson Student Center. Attendees will work together with a cast of actors to solve the mystery for a chance to win prizes.
Marvel's latest release "Thor: Ragnarok" stands out from others in the series through a shift toward comedy and the introduction of vibrant, entertaining new characters.
The Hidden Humanities lecture series welcomes prominent author and editor of Harper's Magazine, James Marcus, for a free public lecture on the quad this evening.
Alabama continued its prep work for Mississippi State on Tuesday.
Alabama soccer earned a bid to the NCAA Tournament for the third time in program history on Monday. The Crimson Tide are slated to face off against the Clemson Tigers on the road on Nov. 10 in the first round of tournament play.
Alabama quarterback Jalen Hurts has been announced as a semifinalist for the Davey O'Brien award, given to the nation's top quarterback. Hurts is one of 16 semifinalists. Other notable names include Louisville's Lamar Jackson, Clemson' Kelly Bryant and Oklahoma's Baker Mayfield.
As of Sunday, the halfway point of the NFL season has passed. While that may induce dread in the hearts of most fans, at least Alabama fans can find solace in the continued performance of Alabama alumni. Week 9 included two career-high games from a rookie and a second-year player and three standout games from established veterans.
The memorial allows the community to remember those who have passed and hear officials from the University give their condolences to the families and friends of the students.
Yes, you may have gotten dozens and dozens of photos with impoverished Black or brown children for your Instagram on your service trip, but those children may have been better off if you had stayed put in your comfortable college apartment.
Hall, who graduated from UA in 1973, has worked with such esteemed artists as Chuck Close and Aldo Crommelynck. Today he'll lead a discussion and walkthrough at the Sarah Moody Gallery of Art.
"This obstacle facing artists undermines the importance of albums and instead emphasizes the allure of singles, making the art of album listening irrelevant."