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Out-of-state students find home in new clue The '49'

With out-of-state student enrollment on the rise, a new student organization was recently formed with the goal of helping new out-of-state students to acclimate themselves to life here at The University of Alabama.

New SGA program offers student organization representation opportunity

Student organizations will have direct access to the Student Government Association through a new program offering monthly meetings between organization representatives and SGA members. The SGA Delegates Program, organized under the Office of Engagement, offers student organizations the opportunity ...

Students establish tutoring business

A new tutoring company in Tuscaloosa is offering classroom-style review sessions for University of Alabama students. Tutor Me Now, a program founded by UA students Carson Tinker and Michael Aronowitz, provides classroom-style test preparation, as well as traditional tutoring services for some of the ...

New fraternity plans entrance to campus

A national fraternity new to the state of Alabama has recently decided to colonize their latest chapter on the campus of The University of Alabama. Leaders of Sigma Tau Gamma said they hope to become the 27th member of the North-American Interfraternity Conference currently active at the Capstone. “Sigma ...

Constitution Day debate focuses on immigration

In celebration and observance of Constitution day, two teams of University of Alabama students met Monday in the Ferguson Center Theatre to debate the constitutionality of certain sections of HB 56. Students of political science professor Joseph Smith were pitted against members of the UA Mock Trial ...

Chapter houses upgraded

Two new fraternity chapter houses were completed on University Boulevard shortly before the beginning of the fall semester.

New SGA initiative rewards students

The Student Government Association is instituting a new reward system designed to increase student attendance at educational lectures, athletic games and other community events held on campus. Dubbed the “Spirit Points” program by co-creators Will Pylant, vice president for student affairs, and ...