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LGBTQ in the greek system

Pledging his sophomore year of college, Justin Thompson, joined Alpha Delta Phi, for the same reason most men do.

Walk of Shame

The first time Jessica Hoffman, a sophomore majoring in special education, was called a slut, she was in the seventh grade.

Muslim women find place at University of Alabama

Walking past Old Row her freshman year, Sahar Ezez, a junior majoring in philosophy and history, began to feel uneasy. It was 9 p.m., and as she was making her way towards her car, she noticed 20 or 30 men standing on the roof of a fraternity.

Muslim women find place at University of Alabama

Walking past Old Row her freshman year, Sahar Ezez, a junior majoring in philosophy and history, began to feel uneasy. It was 9 p.m., and as she was making her way towards her car, she noticed 20 or 30 men standing on the roof of a fraternity. “As soon as I walked past them, they started throwing ...

Club 'bridges' age gap

Bridging the generation gap between students and Tuscaloosa’s retirement community is a club called The Bridge. The club began in the spring of 2013 and was founded by Thomas Lewallen, a senior majoring in computer science. Lewallen said he was looking for a way to connect students to the elderly ...

Winter guard to compete

When they’re not spinning their flags and dancing across Bryant-Denny’s green pasture on football Saturdays, the women of the color guard are preparing for their competitive winter season.

Show choir to put on performance

Resonance Show Choir is revamping their show this year with new dresses and power-packed ballads. The group's latest show will be split into two sets, the first consisting of three songs and the second consisting of thematically-driven material.

Hurst share major, college experience

Born July 27, 1990, the Hurst triplets were brought into a family full of Alabama fans. Blake, Garrett and Taylor Hurst grew up in Dothan, Alabama, spending their summers on the lake and helping the family on their grandparents' farm. They attended the same school from first grade all the way through ...

Fashion majors hold show

Sunday evening it was lights, camera, fashion in the Ferguson ballroom. Senior fashion majors showcased their designs in the “Fashion for Life” show with proceeds benefitting the Arts ‘n Autism foundation. The pieces ranged from floral skirts to leather dresses, and each look was styled head-to-toe ...