The Flor-Ala

The Renaissance Faire returns to Florence
The Renaissance Faire returns to Florence
Emma Tanner, Volunteer Writer • November 18, 2021

 Once every October, Florence’s Wilson Park morphs into the medieval kingdom of Fountain-on-the-Green....

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Every college students nightmare
Every college student's nightmare
Alex Hopper, News Editor • November 17, 2021

Of all the complaints students have toward their university, parking always seems to be...

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Alumni awards celebrate women
Alumni awards celebrate women
Alex Hopper, News Editor • November 17, 2021

The National Alumni Association held their 2021-2022 alumni awards ceremony during this...

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Art by Sydni Benefield
The new Lights and Shadows Gallery
Julie Yakasa, Volunteer Writer • November 18, 2021

 Since the 1970s, the Lights and Shadows art competition has been a tradition at the...

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A Weekend at The Carriage Wine & Market
Lauren Jewel-Odum, Volunteer Writer • November 18, 2021

 I have an inner monologue that plagues me every weekend—what is a girl to do?  Not...

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Red (Taylors Version) redefines heartbreak
Red (Taylor's Version) redefines heartbreak
Brooke J. Freundschuh and Emma Tanner November 18, 2021

 On Nov. 12, Taylor Swift released “Red (Taylor’s Version),” the second album she...

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Chess Team succeeds at forming RSO
Chess Team succeeds at forming RSO

When Ernest Elphage started at the University of North Alabama (UNA) in fall 2019, he...

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Stasevich’s teammates make life easy
Stasevich’s teammates make life easy
She and her fellow volleyball players practice around three hours per day. Where some might find the demanding nature of the sport daunting, Stasevich finds it exciting. She acknowledges that if she were not so adept at using her time wisely, she would find it harder to balance the physically taxing aspects of volleyball with the mentally draining facets of school.
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Disappointing end to senior night

 North Alabama seniors entered Braly Stadium for the last time on Nov. 13 to face off...

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Being beautifully true to who you are
Being beautifully true to who you are
Madelyn Merriam, Volunteer Writer • November 18, 2021
 The other day, I was casually sitting in Mane Market, pondering on what I should write for this article: relationships in college; homework; studying; foggy water coming out of my dorm sink, help? More homework; being tired all of the time; food (I’m so hungry); the water is still so foggy; never-ending homework; should I spend all of my money on a life supply of cookie dough?
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Chase your dreams in a healthy way
Chase your dreams in a healthy way
Brady Jordan, Social Media Editor • November 18, 2021
Why healthy? College can be hard. The phrase “work-life balance” is oftentimes easier said than practiced. While it’s easy to start chasing opportunities once you get the ball rolling, it is in turn easy to burn yourself out on said opportunities. “Managing your time” has a double meaning.
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A balloon release for my aunt
A balloon release for my aunt
Lavette Williams, Editor-In-Chief • October 7, 2021
I remember huddling in the middle of the beach and crying. Usually, the sand between my toes and the warm breeze was enough to make me forget about my troubles at home, but I could not forget this.
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Fall In Flo by Treasure Franklin
"Fall In Flo" by Treasure Franklin
Treasure Franklin, Volunteer Photographer • November 18, 2021

Comic 11/18/2021
Comic 11/18/2021
Gavin Van Devender, Graphic Designer • November 18, 2021

The Renaissance Faire returns to Florence
The Renaissance Faire returns to Florence
Emma Tanner, Volunteer Writer • November 18, 2021

 Once every October, Florence’s Wilson Park morphs into the medieval kingdom of Fountain-on-the-Green....

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