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Naloxone can save lives in schools

OPINION: One of the first of its kind, a new training program will allow school administrators and coaches to give the life-saving drug naloxone to students experiencing overdose. Naloxone immediately reverses the effects of an opioid overdose by blocking the opioids in the body. The program couldn’t come soon enough.

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New to Netflix: Spring 2019

New to Netflix: Spring 2019

Netflix has scheduled many new releases and additions for 2019, some of which evoke a lot of excitement and impatience from several fandoms. New seasons of many popular shows will also be making their debut on the video platform, which has the potential to give students some relief from both the anticipation of long-awaited releases and the stress of school work.

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BLAZER NEWS

BLAZER NEWS

Passions that help pave the way

With hopes of creating a brighter future for minorities following in their footsteps, faculty, alumni and professors of minority are using their success to evoke positive change within our society.

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CITY LIFESTYLE

CITY LIFESTYLE

'Resistance can be fun'

“It became clear to me that this might be a teachable moment,” said Angela Davis. On Saturday, Feb 16, the Birmingham Committee of Truth and Reconciliation hosted, “A Conversation with Dr. Angela Davis” at the Boutwell Auditorium..

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OPINION

OPINION

Shortest month goes to the shortest chapter in the history books/h2>

By refusing to acknowledge the brutal effects of white supremacy and simply erasing it from history nothing is being learned.

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SPORTS

SPORTS

Blazers play a pink game

Saturday, February 16 was UAB’s annual “Pink” game and for Trista Magee, UAB Women’s Basketball junior guard, Saturday’s game against Western Kentucky meant more than just another basketball game.

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