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Williams reaches red carpet, Marie Claire

April 22, 2010

Anthony Williams, a UA alumnus from the College of Human and Environmental Sciences, as well as a star of the hit show “Project Runway,” said goodbye on April 8 as he made his second exit from season...

Famous L.A. musician plays big band concert

April 8, 2010

The School of Music is presenting the 15th Annual Big Band Concert Thursday at 7:30 p.m. at the Frank M. Moody Music Building in the Concert Hall. This event is free to the public. Each year the Annual...

ARDT Makes UA Dance Department History

March 28, 2010

The Alabama Repertory Dance Theater will be making UA history tonight at 7:30 p.m. at Gallaway Theater in Rowand-Johnson Hall. ARDT has joined forces with the theater department to present the first full-length...

Sella-Granata features BFA student exhibit

Sella-Granata features BFA student exhibit

February 24, 2010

The art department will present Elizabeth Wuestefeld’s senior exhibition, “Little Things,” this week as she completes her bachelor’s of fine arts degree. Wuestefeld’s collection consists of...

Dance Alabama! returns for the spring

February 15, 2010

The Department of Theater and Dance is once again bringing the annual Dance Alabama! spring concert to Morgan Auditorium. Dance Alabama! will showcase originally choreographed pieces Tuesday through Friday....

The sun sets on MTV’s Jersey Shore tonight

January 21, 2010

The first season of MTV’s fist-pumping, open-shirt-wearing, radically crazy phenomenon is coming to an end tonight in the series finale of the popular show, “Jersey Shore.” MTV has taken viewers...

Alabama sophomore becomes youngest theater director at children’s theatre

January 13, 2010

The Tuscaloosa Children’s Theatre has a mission to do one thing: educate and expose children of Tuscaloosa County to all aspects of stage performing and production. Jameson Sanford, a UA student who...

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