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Rick and Bubba host tournament

On Saturday, May 12, the streets surrounding Tuscaloosa’s Government Plaza will become the scene of the Rick and Bubba 3-on-3 basketball tournament. Parts of 6th and 7th Street will be blocked off from all traffic for the event as participants compete for $2000 and a year of free Chick-fil-A. Josh ...

Forensics Council reveal material

Seldom are the orators of the Alabama Forensic Council silent. But leading up to its national championship tournament, the team has to be tight-lipped to prevent word about its speeches from reaching the ears of its competition.

Mentor program puts learning in students' hands

UA’s Division of Student Affairs’ First Year Experience is currently accepting applicants for its Peer Leaders program until Monday. “The biggest objective of the Peer Leaders program is to give new students the tools they need to be successful, to teach them about campus resources, to teach ...

Job search requires new mindset in 21st century

Ron McGowan, author of the book “How to Find Work in the 21st Century,” stresses the importance of looking for work over searching for a career. The biggest weakness McGowan sees in job seekers is the inability to market themselves to employers. “The approach used by most people is the same ...

UA boasts two Rhodes finalists

Two University of Alabama students have been named finalists for the Rhodes scholarship, an international award for study at the University of Oxford. Senior Nathan Corder and spring 2011 graduate Parker White are one round away from receiving two years of paid tuition for study in Oxford and the distinction ...

Film explores rivalry drama

In some places they watch football. In Alabama, they live it. Tonight, a nationwide audience will get to watch how they live when ESPN airs the documentary “Roll Tide/ War Eagle” at 7 p.m. The film, directed by Martin Khodabakshian, follows the rivalry between Alabama and Auburn from its roots ...

CIMG provides learning experience

To David Bailey, the pain that comes with losing money is one of the best things about the Culverhouse Investment Management Group. CIMG is a select group of undergraduate students that manages an investment portfolio that is currently worth around $350,000.