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Bebe Barefoot to speak at Last Lecture

Ashley Rucker April 25, 2011

Bebe Barefoot, a professor in New College, will give the 2011 Last Lecture, a series where a professor nominated by students gives a lecture as if it was the last one he or she would ever give. Barefoot...

Jones Lecture Series features female artist

Ashley Rucker April 18, 2011

Noted artist and writer Howardena Pindell will discuss the evolution of her work as part of the University’s Paul R. Jones Lecture Series on Tuesday at 7 p.m. in Room 222 of Lloyd Hall, according to...

Teal campaign raises awareness

Ashley Rucker April 12, 2011

The Ask Me Why I Wear Teal campaign asks that both students and faculty members wear teal stickers to spread awareness about sexual assault. Participants can pick up these stickers at the Women’s Resource...

UA honors Coca-Cola scholarship recipients

Ashley Rucker April 5, 2011

The 2010-2011 UA recipients of The Coca-Cola First Generation Scholarship program gathered for a luncheon in their honor Tuesday in Smith Hall. The scholarship is reserved for those who are the first in...

Biology expert to speak on evolution

Ashley Rucker March 24, 2011

Douglas Futuyma, a leading researcher in ecology and evolution who teaches at Stony Brook University in New York, will be speaking on the theory of evolution in his lecture, “Evolution: The Most Important...

Group addresses gambling risks

Ashley Rucker March 10, 2011

This week is Problem Gambling Awareness Week, and Michelle Harcrow, assistant director of health education and promotion, is helping to get the word out about the dangers of being addicted to gambling....

Dodgeball tournament raises support for March of Dimes

Ashley Rucker February 25, 2011

The March of Dimes will be hosting the Dodgeball for Babies tournament Saturday from 10 a.m. to 1 p.m. at the Student Recreation Center in the south gym. Mariah Fairweather, a March of Dimes volunteer,...

Student panel to discuss campus racial issues

Ashley Rucker February 23, 2011

The Bryce Lawn Hall Council, the University’s chapter of the NAACP and Crossroads Community Center will be hosting “Elephant in the Room,” a forum where a student body panel will discuss racial inequalities...

Sorority ball extends scholarship opportunities to men

Ashley Rucker February 17, 2011

The Lambda Zeta Chapter of Delta Sigma Theta is hosting an event called “An Evening of Excellence” in the Sellers Auditorium at the Bryant Conference Center Sunday at 7 p.m. The Deltas will recognize...

Coalition uplifts through education

Ashley Rucker February 7, 2011

The Coalition of Elite African Americans is a program set to encourage African American women to stay in school and uplift the black community. The CEAA also promotes healthy living, discussions on relationships...

Sudanese ‘lost boy’ tells story of migration to U.S.

Sudanese ‘lost boy’ tells story of migration to U.S.

Ashley Rucker February 1, 2011

Victor Deng is one of 4,000 young orphans who came to America in 2001 to escape from the civil war in their homeland of Sudan. Monday night, Deng shared his personal story and offered his encouragement...

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