• Illustration by Corey BrightIllustration by Corey BrightElizabeth Earwood - Contributor
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    I will never forget the day a student next to me leaned over and said, “Thank you so much for what you said in class yesterday; I couldn’t agree more.” These are kind, but strange words to conservatives at UAB. In that particular class, we had discussed the topic of government supported women’s health programs like Planned Parenthood. In class I could not help but express my certainty that government sponsored advice for women and family planning is far from the best. Yet, I was embarrassed to consider that I was the only one who thought so—this is what it is like to be a conservative at UAB.
  • Illustration by Corey BrightIllustration by Corey BrightAaron Stuber - Opinions Columnist
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    Dear Democrats, what the hell did you do? I’ve heard accusations saying that it’s the Republicans’ fault that Hillary Clinton lost the election, but it’s not.
  • Illustration by Corey BrightIllustration by Corey BrightAaron Stuber - Opinions Columnist
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    With the days getting shorter and the nights getting cooler, it seems like a perfect time to curl up and read about climate change.
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    It’s been almost three weeks since Donald Trump was elected the 45th president of the United States in a stunning upset over former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton, and many are wondering what a Donald Trump presidency will mean for them.
  •  Community members march through Birmingham at the first rally on Thursday, Nov. 10 to promote unity between marginalized groups following the results of the Nov. 8 presidential election. Photo courtesy of Mateo Montoya, from fourteen76.com Community members march through Birmingham at the first rally on Thursday, Nov. 10 to promote unity between marginalized groups following the results of the Nov. 8 presidential election. Photo courtesy of Mateo Montoya, from fourteen76.comMark Linn - Copy Editor
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    Hundreds of people gathered at Kelly Ingram Park to voice their opposition to president- elect Donald Trump and solidarity among minority groups for two unity rallies that marched around downtown Birmingham.
  • Republican FallIllustration by: Corey BrightAaron Stuber - Opinions Columnist
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    As Donald Trump’s poll numbers continue to fall against Clinton’s double-digit lead, one can’t help but stop and think about how we got here.
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    MUSIC

    Iron City:

    Located on 22nd Street South and only about four blocks north of campus, Iron City is an intimate music venue. This venue houses a general admission floor experience, balcony seating and a full bar. According to their Facebook page, the event center’s standing capacity is 1300, which does not include the balcony seating. Iron City is new on Birmingham’s venue scene, having opened in 2013.

  • Illustration by Corey BrightIllustration by Corey BrightImagined by Sarah Faulkner -Creative Director of Student Media
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    Donald John Trump was inaugurated president on Jan. 20, 2017. His platform included revised immigration policies, increased authority for law enforcement and revisions on gun control laws. These were among other promises that would make America great again.