UAB, powered by women

UAB, powered by women

“[Often times] women are quick to belittle their accomplishments when in reality they should be celebrated,” said Lakin Luckie, freshman in immunology. “[This month] allows us to honor all the steps that have been made by past women so that all future women can be successful.”

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Balance the podium

Balance the podium

OPINION; In a perfect world, the news coverage of the male and female candidates would be equitable. Unfortunately, this is how the world works.

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BLAZER NEWS

BLAZER NEWS

No longer a ‘boring-ham’

UAB students create a platform to highlight the hot topics of city

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CITY LIFESTYLE

CITY LIFESTYLE

Holding witness against injustice

Activist group protests every Friday at Railroad park

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OPINION

OPINION

Let them eat cake

On the surface, it sounds wonderful. Cut out all the icky vegetables, eat butter and fat all day and still lose weight? But the keto diet, like many fad diets, is simply not a healthy choice for the average person.

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SPORTS

SPORTS

Mississippi underdog defeats odds

“There’s always been a little bias," said Chandler Shirley, soccer player and freshman in public health. "If you see a kid from Mississippi you’re automatically not going to think he’s as good as a kid from Texas or Florida. That helped me in my development, being the underdog.”

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