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Artists display Cuba

Artists display Cuba

November 11, 2014

The University should expand and require service-learning courses

Chisolm Allenlundy

September 28, 2014

Filed under OPINION

During the 2013-2014 school year, the University of Pennsylvania’s Netter Center for Community Partnerships conducted 64 academically-based community service courses, ranging from those that allowed students to assist in music ...

Lonam brings leadership to Mallet Assembly

Alana Norris

September 14, 2014

Filed under Uncategorized

As the Mallet Assembly begins another year at the Capstone, Terrance Lonam, a sophomore majoring in interdisciplinary studies, takes on the responsibility as the organization's leader. Lonam said his focus as president will be acting as a voice for...

Mary Lieb heads Honors College assembly

Katherine Metcalf

September 1, 2014

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When many Honors College freshmen come to The University of Alabama, they join the Honors College Assembly to springboard their start to college. From tailgating to service projects, their engagement can range from social event...

Incoming Honors freshmen volunteer in local schools

Melissa Brown

August 23, 2012

Filed under NEWS

Though many incoming freshmen spent the last week enjoying their last days of summer, 150 incoming Honors College students moved in early to work on service projects at local schools. Alabama Action, started in 2001, is a stud...

Students receive award from U.S. State Department to study abroad

Katie Thurber

June 20, 2012

Filed under NEWS

Two University of Alabama Honors College students received the David L. Boren Scholarship for study abroad opportunities for the upcoming academic year. UA junior Sam Guggenheimer and senior Lauren Marsh were recently awarded t...

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