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Startup weekend to bring business pitches

Eager to encourage entrepreneurial ideas, The University of Alabama will host the first Startup Weekend, a global event, from Sept. 26 to 28, open to all students and members of the community.

Church of the Highlands builds Northport location

The Church of the Highlands continues to have success on campus, by offering multiple services held at The Bryant Conference Center and catering to University students.Highlands offers a 9:30 a.m. and 11:30 a.m. Sunday service at the BCC, a Sunday night service and Wednesday night service at their office ...

Forza gains new tax status

Forza Financial, a student-led program at the University that helps local entrepreneurs get loans and business education, gained official public–nonprofit and tax-exempt status as of Aug. 25. The program has been growing ever since it started in 2009.

Abandoned bicycles to be stored, auctioned

It is not uncommon to see hundreds of bikes on a weekly basis as students makes their way to class. Abandoned bikes, whether accidentally or purposely left, are one of the ways the University makes money through their ?surplus supply system.

Homegrown Alabama returns with new vendors

Homegrown Alabama may look like the average college campus farmer’s market, but they are aiming to be much more than that, organizers said. The student-led group behind the weekly farmer’s market at The University of Alabama targets farmers and vendors from around the area to participate every ...

Silent auction to fund student scholarships

Those looking for an opportunity to give back to the community, while also finding good deals on local food and products, can take part in a silent auction on campus Thursday. The Student Executive Council for the College of Communication and Information Sciences will hold its 18th annual silent auction ...