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SGA struggles to inspire involvement among students

Sen. Rob Harrington, a junior studying finance and economics, said while SGA can’t force the University to do anything, they do the best they can with the best intentions and resources they have available, and the best intentions for their constituents.

UA graduate awarded for dedication to voting rights

Sweeney, who graduated in 2017, was chosen by the Andrew Goodman Foundation to enter the inaugural cohort of Puffin Fellows, a new program funded by The Puffin Foundation, which looks to focus on developing young leaders interested in civic engagement. Four other individuals were chosen alongside Sweeney ...

Professor discusses unexpectedly stable Japan, US relations

Many countries worried how President Donald Trump’s campaign promises would translate to policy with foreign nations for the United States upon his inauguration. Woodall said though Trump’s campaign promises worried Japan, relations between the United States and Japan have continued with little ...

Rounders Bar to host charity event

Kevin Paul II is celebrating his twentieth cancer-free year by organizing a fundraiser for the American Cancer Society and Cancer Services of Baton Rouge at Rounders Bar this Saturday.

Multiple positions open in Nelson's new administration

Nelson said she looks forward to working with and meeting “the many amazing students that comprise our student body,” on campus and through several involvement opportunities like the open applications in her administration.

January special election to fill SGA vacancies

With the start of the new semester comes a special election to fill two senate seats for the Arts and Sciences College in the UA SGA. The vacancies, previously held by Mason Johnston and Maxwell Martin, will be filled for the remainder of the elected offices terms. 

Margaret Atwood returns to Tuscaloosa, addresses community

Before her rise to world-renowned fame, Margaret Atwood served as a professor at the University of Alabama. This week she returned to Tuscaloosa to address a sold-out Bama Theater, discussing her works and the current political climate.