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How COVID-19 will leave a lingering impact on UA

How COVID-19 will leave a lingering impact on UA

April 14, 2021
Some things will change; others may not. As the University approaches a fourth COVID-19-affected semester, this is what we know about rules and regulations moving forward.
5,000-plus students will participate in spring commencement. Some have mixed reviews about the safety protocols

5,000-plus students will participate in spring commencement. Some have mixed reviews about the safety protocols

March 29, 2021
Spring commencement approaches. In just one month, more than 5,000 students will cross a stage in Coleman Coliseum and become Capstone alums. The capacity and spacing protocols that the University has in place for the ceremony have garnered mixed reviews.
CW / Clifton Enlers

‘A more diverse campus’: Meet the people pushing DEI forward for 50+ years

February 11, 2021
Since 1970, the Black Faculty and Staff Association has been working towards a more equitable campus. A lot of changes have been made in those 50+ years, including the establishment of the UA Division of Diversity, Equity and Inclusion. But diversity advocates on campus say there's still work to be done.
CW / Carson Redwine

Students clustered on The Strip Monday. Now UA is offering leeway on face-to-face instruction

January 13, 2021
On Monday, students poured out of bars and apartments and onto The Strip, where they received massive media attention. Now UA administrators are giving students and faculty the option of two weeks off of in-person instruction.
Women’s volleyball looks to bounce back after tough opening series

Women’s volleyball looks to bounce back after tough opening series

October 29, 2020

After their first match was postponed, UA Women’s Volleyball (0-1, 0-1) started their season last week with two back-to-back games against No. 7-ranked Missouri (1-0, 1-0). Both matches were held at...

'Alabama is so lucky': Meet the instructor who makes UA No. 1

‘Alabama is so lucky’: Meet the instructor who makes UA No. 1

October 25, 2020
Douglas Klutz is a real fan favorite. The criminal justice instructor, who has been named the best professor in the United States three times, is beloved for the time he makes for students outside of class.
Devine, Ailshie make bringing your daughter to work cool again

Devine, Ailshie make bringing your daughter to work cool again

September 27, 2020

For most, working for your mother is completely out of the question, but for UA women’s volleyball assistant coach Megan Ailshie, it’s a dream come true.  In 2011, Ailshie started her collegiate...

CW / Hannah Saad

Women’s soccer hosts first of three spring games

March 7, 2020
Alabama soccer hosts Tennessee on Saturday in its first of three home games during its spring season.
CW / Madison Ely

Black History Month wraps up with discussions on voting, campus experiences

February 27, 2020

Over the span of this month, University of Alabama faculty/staff and student organizations have expressed the importance of voting and black history.  With the 2021 presidential election fast approaching,...

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