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Non-profit organization seeks to provide transportation to those in need

By Hannah Mask, 11137103 Six volunteers stand on the front porch of Bikelab, located in Greensboro, Ala. The organization operates through the Hale County Empowerment and Revitalization Organization, colloquially known as HERO. Americorps Vistas run Bikelab Blair Stapp, 22, and Mark Wills, 24, work together

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Overcoming Statistics

Overcoming Statistics Overcoming Statistics Tuscaloosa,AL–When it comes to excelling in the classroom 25 year old Sierra Wilson is no stranger to doing just that. After transferring to the University of Alabama in 2006, Wilson pursued her goal to become the first one of her siblings

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Locked Out and Reaching Out

You may have heard of churches hosting lock-ins for students, but the Baptist Campus Ministries on the University of Alabama campus did just the opposite by hosting their first lock-out this fall. The BCM locked the doors to their building for entire week and relocated

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Chasing the Olympic dream

By Jon Lunceford David Thompson spends a lot of this time as the goalie for the USA National Men’s Team Handball team, but that is not what he claims to be his profession. On Saturday afternoons, he may look like a professional athlete, but by

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TCVB makes Tuscaloosa more appealing

by Bradley Morgan The Tuscaloosa Convention and Visitors Bureau attracts visitors. It is the Tuscaloosa Convention and Visitors Bureau’s job to help highlight Tuscaloosa’s positive attributes and present them to the nation. They realize that Tuscaloosa has a certain perception in the eyes of some

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The Crimson White Equestrian Team

Elizabeth Overton, Vice President of the Equestrian Club and current student at the University of Alabama, gets ready to tack her horse for practice. The University of Alabama is known for its remarkable sports teams. However, there are some teams that most students do not

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The Coffee Hour

Coffee Hour is basically something at the University of Alabama where students from different countries come together to relax and mingle with each other. Even some of the faculty members of BB Comer come and chat after a long week of grading papers. Teacher Can

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Un-Common Expression

By Jania Knight TUSCALOOSA- On Thursday, November 11, the Black Student Union and the Honors College Assembly teamed up to produce “Express Night on Common Ground.” This was an event which gave students the opportunity to express themselves and their talents creatively. This was the

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Ambassador Program Enriches UA Greek System

The University of Alabama puts high importance on undergraduate recruitment. The Greek system is no different. With the largest Greek participation from students in the Southeastern Conference, Alabama takes Greek life and the education that others have of it very seriously. UA’s highly active Greek

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Ph.D. candidate does her research in Tuscaloosa

(Gwen Ferreti answers questions after the”Lost in the Shuffle: Latino Culture in the American Media” event in ten Hoor.) TUSCALOOSA, Ala. | Gwen Ferreti once thought to herself: “Why is it that this place is so unworthy studying?” The place in question was Alabama, and