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In less than ideal weather in Kansas City, Kansas last weekend, the Alabama rowing team posted a strong performance, winning 9 of its 10 races.
One boat in particular, the Second Varsity 4+ boat, posted the fastest overall time in each of its two Double Dual.
In the first race, the crew made up of freshman coxswain Izzie Gonzales, sophomore Kylie Diffley, junior Cheyenne Adams, sophomore Keilani Hamann and junior Lauren Fehr posted a 7:42.319, besting Kansas by seven seconds. In the second race, it posted a 7:32.696 time, beating Kansas State by over 15 seconds.
The Nashville-based band will play Green Bar tonight.
The 2017-2018 SGA legislative session has officially ended. Throughout the year, an entire Elections Board announced their resignation, two different presidents served the student body and the Senate continued to pass legislation. In chronological order, here are a number of key policies and events that occurred throughout the year.
Most policy decisions require numbers, analysis, research and evidence that then, when matched with a set of priorities and principles, can be determined. But the idea that all of our problems can be solved by simply implementing the most popular ideas is ridiculous, and it completely ignores the nuance of policy making.
Understandably, many students are stressed about this learning, but the simple reality is that if these exams weren’t given, most students simply would not learn their course content. Very few students truly go above and beyond to learn their coursework at the time it is taught.
"I Gelosi," which is showing at the Allen Bales Theatre this week, has a unique theatrical flair that sets it apart from traditional period pieces, our columnist writes.
The main person in the video jerks the a duck by its neck as he speaks. The caption for the video reads, “First cookout ducks and next we’re catching quad squirrels.”
Alabama football players were greeted by a pleasantly warm afternoon as they took the practice fields on Wednesday afternoon. The official countdown to A-Day has begun, with only 10 days remaining until the annual spring game. Alabama will have five more practices before ending spring camp.
This year the award was given to Marietta Stanton, a nurse, veteran, researcher and professor in the Capstone College of Nursing. Accepting the award on her behalf was Alice March, the assistant dean of Graduate Programs for the Capstone College of Nursing accepted the award on Stanton's behalf. In a statement presented at the award ceremony, Dr. Stanton expressed her gratitude to Dr. Celeste Burnum, who established the award.
John Krasinksi stuns in his directorial debut.
Coming into Tuesday’s game against UAB, Matt Malkin had knocked in six runs through the 18 games he had played this year. He didn’t have a problem knocking in his teammates as he accounted for six of Alabama’s 12 runs in its 12-3 win over UAB.
He sprayed the ball around the entire field, recording an extra-base hit to all three outfield spots. He finished 3-for-4 with a home run, two doubles and a walk.
Terrell Lewis and his fellow pass rushers are taught to be 'alpha dogs' by coach Nick Saban from day one. A strong pass rush is one of Alabama's calling cards. New defensive coordinator Tosh Lupoi, who coached the outside linebacker group previously, turns up the heat and brings a high-energy attitude to the defense.
Two men were arrested on first-degree rape charges on Thursday after a 22-year-old University of Alabama student was sexually assaulted, and now a warrant is out for the arrest of a third suspect, according to The Tuscaloosa News.
Japanese Breakfast, Art School Jocks and Snail Mail brought the energy to Saturn Birmingham last week.
Among the performers are the Navy's Blue Angels.
There wasn't much discussion about whether or not Alabama football would visit the White House after winning its 17th national championship. It's a tradition that comes with winning a championship in any major sport.
As a pinch hitter, Danielle Romanello broke up Osorio’s no-hitter in the top of the fourth with a two-run double to tie the game. In the sixth, she hit a home run to give Florida (34-6, 9-3 SEC) the lead and the series win, 3-2. She had the only two hits for Florida on the night, but she made them count.
The McCleney name is easily recognizable in the state of Alabama, especially in Tuscaloosa and Birmingham.
John McCleney played center field for Samford’s baseball team in the late 1980’s and early 90’s and Haylie McCleney was one of the best softball players to ever play at Alabama, finishing as a four-time All-American with the highest batting average, on-base percentage and most walks in program history, while finishing in the top five in several other categories.
Both players played center field, just as Walker McCleney does for the Alabama baseball team.
With Alabama football traveling to the White House on Tuesday, the team kicked off this week’s abnormal practice schedule on Monday. The team’s remaining practices will be Wednesday and Friday, and it will hold its second of three spring scrimmages on Saturday.
Tuscaloosa, Birmingham, Atlanta and Montgomery are all home to farm-fresh shopping options.