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On-campus jobs help students get by

With the economy in a bind, many students at the University of Alabama are on the prowl for a convenient, student-oriented job on campus.

Project Rebound helps tornado victims

Since an EF-4 tornado tore through Tuscaloosa in late April, many different organizations devoted to mental health and counseling have brought chapters to the Tuscaloosa community. One such organization, called Project Rebound, has set up a chapter of its FEMA-funded organization at the University; ...

Project Rebound helps tornado victims

Since an EF-4 tornado tore through Tuscaloosa in late April, many different organizations devoted to mental health and counseling have brought chapters to the Tuscaloosa community. One such organization, called Project Rebound, has set up a chapter of its FEMA-funded organization at the University; ...

SGA launches Finish in Four campaign through DegreeWorks

Together with University officials, the University of Alabama SGA has launched its new Finish in Four campaign. Finish in Four works with DegreeWorks, UA’s academic planning tool, to help students prepare their semesters ahead in order to graduate within eight semesters. “Degree requirements can ...

Students turn class project into relief

A group of students from The University of Alabama have organized a relief concert tonight at Rounders to benefit the Tuscaloosa Disaster Relief Fund. The concert, titled “Relief at Rounders,” will feature musical acts ranging from the Sean Rivers Band, a country band well-known for its song “My ...

Volunteer opportunities still available in Tuscaloosa

Six months after an EF4 tornado swept through Tuscaloosa and surrounding areas, local charities and volunteer efforts still need help. While many organizations were bombarded with generous donations of clothes, food and money immediately after the storm, what these organizations still silently ask ...