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61. University of North Alabama: The oldest public university in Alabama.  
62. Regions University: A public university located in Montgomery, AL. It is mainly known for its theology program.  
63. Samford University: Private university, ranks in the top 5 schools for graduate degree institutions.  
64. Selma University: A private liberal arts university tucked away in Selma, AL.  
65. Shelton State Community College: A community college that is nestled in the Tuscaloosa area.  
66. Snead State Community College: Community College located in Boaz, AL.
67. University of South Alabama: Public university that is part of the Alabama network.  
68. Spring Hill College: A private university that is centered in Mobile.  
69. Stillman College: Another university, this one private, located in Tuscaloosa, AL.  
70. Talladega College: Private university in Talladega, AL. If Ricky Bobby would've went to school, this is probably where he would've wa...  
71. United States Sports Academy: A private specialized university that focuses on sports research and development.  
72. University of West Alabama: Public university located in Livingston, AL. Also goes by U-DUB or U-WAH.  
73. River City, The: A nickname for Decatur  
74. Chicago of the South, The: A nickname for Decatur. Note that there's also a Decatur in Illinois. This is just a coincidence.  
75. Ballooning Capital of the World: A nickname for Decatur  
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"Even our own governor once said: Alabama is last in everything good and first in everything bad" Edit | History
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"Barney"; A Harvard Student, or when used more generally, a Cambridge Resident.

A nickname for the Dinkytown area that is earned by the many rowdy college kids that live in the neighborhood.

Hazy, hot, and humid -- how local news anchors describe a typical summer day in D.C.

1. Hafa Adai (pronounced "half a day") is "hello" in Guam's native Chamorro language. It's used more or less the same way as "aloha" is used as a greeting on the Hawaiian Islands.

2. Can also be close to "what's up" in its meaning. Just "hafa" is often used, but it's the informal usage.

Tacoma's claim to fame, caused by the gross, caustic fumes from the local paper mill. Although sulfur emissions have been greatly reduced, the Tacoma Aroma can still be smelled in the city, depending on which way the wind is blowing.