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Paleoanthropologist shares stories of discovery

April 20, 2016

Most "take your kid to work" days don’t end in life-changing discoveries, but that was exactly the case when Dr. Lee Berger brought his son, Matthew, to look for fossils in South Africa in 2008. Berger...

Center for Service and Leadership to host Sleep Out on the 'Nade

April 12, 2016

What: Sleep Out on the ‘Nade. Students will spend the whole night on the Ferguson Center Promenade. There will be guest speakers from nonprofit organizations and activities such as a poverty simulation,...

Center for Academic Success to host memory techniques workshop

April 12, 2016

What: Memory Techniques Workshop Who: Center for Academic SuccessWhen: Thursday, April 14, 4-5p.m.Where: 230 Osband HallWhy: “This is a workshop to help students learn about memory techniques to help...

Capstone Song Initiative promotes UA composers

April 9, 2016

WHAT: Capstone Song Initiative. The audience will hear works performed by UA students, faculty and guest artists. WHO: School of MusicWHEN: Saturday, April 9, 7:30p.m.WHERE: Bryant-Jordan HallWHY The event...

How technology has changed the job field

How technology has changed the job field

April 7, 2016

The hiring process can be daunting, especially for college students looking for internships or jobs before and after graduation. However, like many other aspects in today’s ever-changing world, technology...

UA Law School symposium to discuss community policing

March 29, 2016

WHAT: Redefining Clearly Established Rights after Ferguson: § 1983 Claims and Community Policing from Hope v. Pelzer to Kingsley v. Hendrickson Symposium.There will be several sessions throughout the...

Alternative spring break trips impact those helped, students

Alternative spring break trips impact those helped, students

March 24, 2016

Spring break is over and UA students are back to school, bringing with them many unforgettable memories of their week off, and, for some, an experience with helping others. Beyond Bama is a program with the...

Movie screening to educate students on Argentine politics

March 22, 2016

WHAT: “Infancia Clandestina” Film Screening. Meaning “Clandestine Childhood,” the film follows the story of Juan and his family as they move back to Argentina after being exiled. WHO: Hosted by...

Students talk last-minute spring break trips

Students talk last-minute spring break trips

March 10, 2016

Spring break is just around the corner, and UA students await the chance to have some fun with friends and family while taking a break from their studies.Some students have their plans set, and the beach...

Planned Parenthood Sexual Health Training educates on hygiene, society

Planned Parenthood Sexual Health Training educates on hygiene, society

March 9, 2016

On Monday the UA Feminist Caucus and the Alabama Alliance for Sexual and Reproductive Justice hosted a Planned Parenthood Sexual Health Training. The seminar took place in Lloyd Hall from 6-8 p.m. and...

Pi Beta Phi to host 5k for philanthropy

March 4, 2016

WHAT: Follow Your Arrow 5kWHO: Pi Beta PhiWHEN: Saturday, March 5, 12-3 p.m. Check-in begins at 11 a.m.WHERE: Check-in at the Student Recreation Center parking lot. The race takes place along the 5k loop...

Spillers talks diversity solutions for campus at African American Heritage event

February 25, 2016

The University of Alabama continued honoring African American History Month on Wednesday with an event featuring a talk from SGA President Elliot Spillers and a performance by Alabama Forensic Council,...

'Pelo Malo' film to facilitate discussions on race and culture in Latin America

February 12, 2016

What: “Pelo Malo” Film Screening. The film follows the story of Junior, a 9-year-old boy living in Venezuela who, because of his mixed ancestry, struggles with his physical identity. Who: Latin American,...

Ferguson Center hosts Black on Film exhibit

Ferguson Center hosts Black on Film exhibit

February 5, 2016

On Thursday night Creative Campus and the Crimson White came together to host the opening reception of the Black on Film exhibit.The exhibit featured past Crimson White newspapers that covered significant...

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