• Obama’s legacy, a climax of U.S. history

    Graphic by Sarah FaulknerGraphic by Sarah FaulknerConnor McDonald
    Writer

    As Obama passes the torch of the presidency on to his successor, it’s important that we look back on the man who led us as a nation for the last eight years and his accomplishments.
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  • Students hold community-centered contest

    A viewer looks on at artwork displayed at one of the salons held by Arts& last fall. Photo contributed by Cima KhademiA viewer looks on at artwork displayed at one of the salons held by Arts& last fall. Photo contributed by Cima KhademiSarah Faulkner
    Writer

    Arts&, an interdisciplinary initiative developed in part by art majors Cima Khademi and Bailey Barrow, is calling creative community members to propose creative projects intended for social good by Jan. 20.
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  • Football operations building construction goes vertical

    In addition to the attached field, the 46,000 sq. ft. building will be equipped with a locker room, training room, meeting rooms and offices. Photo by Ian Keel/Photo EditorIn addition to the attached field, the 46,000 sq. ft. building will be equipped with a locker room, training room, meeting rooms and offices. Photo by Ian Keel/Photo EditorTamara Imam
    Branding and Outreach Manager

    UAB will take the field as a Division I Football Bowl Subdivision program this year for the first time since 2014, and the new Football Operations Building is set to be completed just in time for the upcoming season. 
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  • One road, one war, different battles

    Demonstrators walk next to each other with posters of differing opinions on abortion. Photo by Wallace GoldingDemonstrators walk next to each other with posters of differing opinions on abortion. Photo by Wallace GoldingOpposing protests occurring at the same time, place support both sides of abortion debate

    Wallace Golding
    Community Reporter

    The roads lining Brother Bryan Park served as a symbol of the nation’s divide as protesters lined both sides of tenth avenue south to stand either for or against abortion.
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