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October art around town

October art around town

October 4, 2011

50th Anniversary Art Exhibit Where: The Ferguson Center Gallery When: Oct. 6-26 The UA American Studies Program is celebrating their 50th anniversary with an art exhibit featuring works from Cleo Thomas,...

Alabama freshman featured in Seventeen

Alabama freshman featured in Seventeen

September 11, 2011

For many young girls, becoming a model is a lifelong dream. One UA student has lived out the dream by recently modeling for a photo shoot appearing in Seventeen Magazine. Paige Conklin, a freshman majoring...

Student receives scholarship to study in Morocco

Student receives scholarship to study in Morocco

August 3, 2011

Caitlin Trotter, a University of Alabama Honors College student, was recently awarded a National Security Education Program Boren Scholarship to study Arabic in Morocco, beating out nearly 900 applicants....

Professors utilize new technology

Professors utilize new technology

August 3, 2011

With gadgets such as iPhones, iPads and smartphones becoming household essentials, some studies suggest that using these items in a classroom are making what students have learned in the classroom relevant...

Foundation funds tornado research

July 27, 2011

Scientists at The University of Alabama in Huntsville are organizing a research program to better understand the April 27 tornadoes that killed more than 240 people in Alabama and other Southeastern states....

Stoop kid gets back on his stoop

Stoop kid gets back on his stoop

July 27, 2011

For the past 20 years, 90s babies have been kicking and screaming to see some of their favorite childhood shows return to television, and on Monday night, their tantrums were over. In response to numerous...

New housing complex in the works

July 27, 2011

Construction on a new, $41 million student housing complex is set to begin on the former site of the Delaware Jackson public housing complex between DCH Regional Medical Center and the University of Alabama...

Arts Council to build cultural center downtown

July 6, 2011

After receiving a $1.4 million grant from the Department of Housing and Urban Development, the Tuscaloosa Arts Council has revamped its website to include a new page: one all about their quest to build...

Alabama students win at Campus MovieFest International

Alabama students win at Campus MovieFest International

June 28, 2011

Students from all over the world traveled to Hollywood this past week to showcase their award-winning films in the Campus MovieFest International Grand Finale. Several weeks ago, students from the University...

UA students travel to Hollywood

UA students travel to Hollywood

June 21, 2011

Students from the University have been invited to showcase their award-winning films at Campus MovieFest International 2011, the world’s largest student film festival, in the entertainment capitol of...

UA students receive Dept. of State scholarships

April 13, 2010

Three UA students have been selected to receive U.S. Department of State Critical Language Scholarships this summer. “This program can open doors for those who might not have otherwise been able to...

SGA promotes community relationship with Unity Day

April 1, 2010

The SGA is teaming up with Stillman College and Shelton State Community College to sponsor the fourth annual Unity Day. “It is easy to forget sometimes that there are other colleges in Tuscaloosa, and...

Two UA organizations team up to help church

March 25, 2010

Two UA organizations will strive to make a difference in Tuscaloosa Monday with the help of a group of children when they host the Young Women Leaders Program. Jessi Hitchins, assistant director of the...

AKA march to Foster for awareness

March 10, 2010

A few drops of rain were not going to stop the Alpha Kappa Alphas from celebrating the integration into the University Tuesday night as they marched on from the steps of Gorgas Library to Foster Auditorium....

Ceremony ends Capstone Creed Week

March 8, 2010

The 2010 Capstone Creed Week ended its festivities Friday in Moody Music Hall by honoring faculty and students with the annual Capstone Heroes ceremony. “Trophies come and go, but our service is never...

Comedian brings laughter, awareness

March 4, 2010

Laughter flooded the Ferguson Center Theater Wednesday night as Preacher Moss educated his guests on the aspects of racial understanding through humor. “If the Klan had to have a bake sale, I would...

Student exhibit features Black Belt residents

February 26, 2010

Sometimes misconceptions can be the deal breaker in the extent of a person’s success, but two UA juniors believe otherwise. The Honors College is displaying a photojournalism exhibit by Marshall Houston,...

New group comes to light at UA

February 19, 2010

“If it wasn’t for drunk drivers, we wouldn’t have a job.” That is what Crystalline Jones heard nurses say the night she held her boyfriend’s hand for the last time. “That hurt,” Jones said....

Lakeside floods over break
Officials think frozen pipes caused problems

January 15, 2010

Unseasonably low temperatures seem to be the cause of the flooding in Lakeside West during the Break. “We are speculating that because of the recent freakishly low temperatures, the pipes froze, allowing...

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