• 2016 brings leap year

    Anna Sims – Digital Copy Editor
    digitalcopy@insideuab.com

    As a rule, years that are divisible by four, with the exception of century years and those divisible by 400, are observed as leap years. Because of this, you will get 366 days in this year’s chapter of your life.
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  • Online Valentines: dating in the age of technology

    Tinder is a popular online dating platform for college students. (Photo by Ian Keel).Tinder is a popular online dating platform for college students. (Photo by Ian Keel).Janvi JaniStaff Writer
    janvinj@uab.edu

    Surabhi Rao -Staff Writer
    Surrao@uab.edu

    Valentine’s Day is quickly approaching, and love is in the air. Campus is filled with heart-shaped decorations and roses as students look forward to celebrating the day with their significant others and friends. This week, some students may find themselves without a significant other to drown in affection. Many of these people may find themselves turning to the world of online dating.
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  • Weekly Wellness: pucker up for perfect lips

    Caring for your lips should be part of your daily routine. (Photo by Jared Jones).Caring for your lips should be part of your daily routine. (Photo by Jared Jones).Jared Jones - Staff Writer
    jrdjns@uab.edu

    Listen up, kids. This week we’re discussing the thing you forgot that’s right under your nose: your lips. Valentine’s Day is coming up, and the last thing you want are chapped, crusty lips. Yuck.
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  • Undergraduate Research Ambassadors provide opportunities for UAB students

    Interim Director of URA Isabella Mak poses with Program Administrator Gareth Jones. (Photo by Lexy Davis).Interim Director of URA Isabella Mak poses with Program Administrator Gareth Jones. (Photo by Lexy Davis).Ashton Cook - Staff Writer
    atcook47@uab.edu

    Many UAB students look for opportunities to do research; however, some may find it difficult to get into a program or find a research that they enjoy. In order to help students, the Undergraduate Research Ambassadors, or URAs, have been created. One Ambassador, Isabella Mak, a sophomore Neuroscience major, talked about the program, her position, and the new changes she has brought.
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