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Students honor ‘Mockingbird’

Stephen N. Dethrage

January 30, 2012

One of the Honors College's traditions celebrated its eleventh year Friday, when forty-five high school students traveled to Tuscaloosa for a luncheon honoring the winners of the "To Kill a Mockingbird" essay contest. Meliss...

Class brings attention to Black Belt problems

Jasmine Cannon

November 29, 2011

  The Honors College is bringing light to issues in Alabama’s Black Belt Region. Professor Thomas Herwig’s Heroes in Faith and Justice in the 20th Century class is presenting an information session on Perry County on Dec. 1...

Honors College takes group to run in New Orleans

Alexandra Ellsworth

November 16, 2011

Running a half-marathon would appear daunting to some people. However, students in the Honors College at the University of Alabama say that with a group of encouraging friends it is not only an attainable goal, but also a great wa...

Honors College book club starts second year

Meg Cole

September 15, 2011

At times, college can seem as if it is all about books; textbooks, that is. With all the reading assigned by professors, students may feel like the only literature they get to read is in the form of textbooks, rather than the bo...

READ Alabama undergoes expansion, adds three schools

Elizabeth Manning

September 14, 2011

READ Alabama began its second year by adding three new schools to its volunteer focus and has a satellite program in progress, with a total expansion to six schools in the program in the near future. “We are here for the g...

Mentoring helps students give back

CW Staff

March 30, 2011

By Sarah Papadelias The University has many different impacts on the greater Tuscaloosa community, and many students are striving to improve and strengthen this relationship as the University and city grow simultaneously. There are a ...

HCA offers students chance to ‘espresso’ themselves

Alex Cohen

September 15, 2010

Honors College students have a lot on their plates. They struggle with a rigorous schedule of tests, homework and extracurricular activities. They often also struggle with a certain kind of social isolation — a disconnect fr...

Honors College discusses ways to increase student involvement

Amanda Bayhi

March 31, 2010

Members of the UA Honors College met Wednesday evening in Nott Hall to discuss ideas that might encourage more student involvement in the college. Anna Foley, a Freshman Experience intern and member of the Honors College advisory ...

A new plan for Honors College students

Jamie Lyons

March 30, 2010

As graduation looms just around the corner, I find myself wondering if anything that I did during my four years at this University will be remembered in the years to come. What is my legacy? What impact have I made here? As my...

Student exhibit features Black Belt residents

Mari Johnson

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, who is majoring in econom...

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