Lifting up Birmingham’s homeless population

Lifting up Birmingham’s homeless population

“The most rewarding part of (Youth Towers) is seeing a young person have hope that they now have a support system,” Westery said. “They are able to get a hand up instead of a handout. They’re able to see no matter where they come from, no matter what their lifestyle, the origin of it is, it does not have to be their destiny or their fate.”

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Showing Off UAB's student organizations

Showing off UAB's student organizations

“We also want it to be a safe space for black women on campus to voice their opinions, be heard and promote their ideas on a predominantly white campus,” said Erica Campbell, president of the Blazer Women Mentoring Excellence Network (BWOMEN). Read more about BWOMEN and other black student organizations.

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CITY LIFESTYLE

CITY LIFESTYLE

DARING TO DREAM: DACA DEFINED

Within a few months, the future of all DACA recipients will be decided. The Kaleidoscope will be highlighting the journeys of Caren Tinajero, a senior in nursing, Isaac Martinez, a clinical research assistant at UAB and Diana Garcia Martinez, a community leader and advocate of Birmingham.

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BLAZER NEWS

BLAZER NEWS

GET TO KNOW THE STUDENT EXHIBITIONISTS

Each year, hopeful students put in hours of hard work aiming to earn a coveted spot in UAB’s Juried Exhibition. While many submit their pieces, only a few have works that are accepted and put on display. Three students that have been chosen as juried exhibitionists include Marlon Jones, Levi Sanford and Makayla Hammock.

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OPINION

OPINION

PROGRESSIVES LACKED UNITY ON SUPER TUESDAY

Super Tuesday showed that a compromise between moderates and progressives was never going to be the result.

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SPORTS

SPORTS

HURTADO BEATS THE ODDS

UAB men's basketball player Luis Hurtado battled his way back onto the hardwood after being diagnosed with cancer in April 2019

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