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E.O. Wilson speaks on human behavior, development

E.O. Wilson, a prominent biologist, theorist and author, tackled questions of religion and philosophy Tuesday night as he spoke to University of Alabama students about life’s big questions. His lecture last night focused on the three main questions that religion and philosophy try to answer: “Where ...

What does a W mean?

By Allie Hulcher Contributing Writer Wednesday is the last day for students to add or drop a class from their schedule with no consequences, but students have until mid-semester to withdraw with a W on their transcript. A W is an indication that a s...

Hot and Ready

Before 10 a.m., 800 Tuscaloosa residents had enjoyed a ‘hot and ready’ Krispy Kreme doughnut, a breakfast that hadn’t been available since April 27, 2011. “I think this turnout is stronger than anyone could have imagined,” Evan Smith, the store’s general manager, said. Smith’s grandfather ...

Students call for expanded wireless

During the Student Government Association campaigns last spring, there was one issue every candidate seemed to agree on – improving Internet on campus. After the two hour Internet shutdown last week, the importance of Internet on a college campus has been pushed to the front of students’ minds. Wireless ...

CrimsonRide adds downtown route

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Mentoring program kicks off first full year

The Al’s Pals mentoring program is only in its second semester, but it is already expanding to another location and hoping to add over 100 new mentors. Al’s Pals, which was started in January by Star Bloom, planted its roots by placing 75 mentors at McKenzie Court to pair up with students after ...

Students hold free speech forum

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Panel discusses students' right to protest

Sustained Dialogue will bring together students and expert panelists tonight to discuss the importance of free speech on campus — how it is restricted, and how to maneuver the grounds use policy in order to organize rallies and protests. The forum, Free Food and Free Speech: Understanding UA Speech ...