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Serving the campus of the University of Alabama since 1894

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UA professor to take part in study evaluating needs of veterans

November 24, 2015

Dr. David Albright of The University of Alabama will take part in a study to evaluate the needs of military veterans. The study will fixate on the southern region of the state of Alabama, including Mobile,...

Student's composition to be performed at Carnegie Hall

Student's composition to be performed at Carnegie Hall

November 3, 2015

World-renowned conductors and musicians have had their music performed in Carnegie Hall. In April 2016, University of Alabama student Tyler Grant's “Panoramic Landscapes” will be performed within...

Omega Psi Phi impacts community, members

Omega Psi Phi impacts community, members

October 21, 2015

Throughout Derek Lee Biddings II’s youth, he witnessed an older cousin never give up regardless of the constant struggles he faced. His cousin was put through the difficulties of an illness to his wife,...

Book Writing Boot Camp to teach writers story structures and self-publication

Book Writing Boot Camp to teach writers story structures and self-publication

October 12, 2015

On Nov. 6 and 7, the Book Writing Boot Camp will take place at the Hunter Street Baptist Church in Hoover, Alabama. The theme of the camp on Nov. 6 will be story crafting, while the focus will be on...

Free flu shot campaign to continue through October

Free flu shot campaign to continue through October

October 2, 2015

With flu season underway, the 2015 “Flu Blast” campaign kicked off in September and will continue throughout the month of October. The campaign is a joint effort between the Student Health Center,...

First Friday to host Roger Jones

October 2, 2015

To Kick off the “First Friday” event for the month, the Tuscaloosa Dinah Washington Cultural Arts Center will feature Alabama native Roger Jones' exhibit entitled “Every Night.” The exhibit will...

“What a Time To Be Alive” blends Drake and Future's unique style

September 27, 2015

Atlanta and Toronto might be the furthest thing from each other in terms of music and appeal, but the two schools of hip-hop were able to come together in order to give the fans what they wanted. On Sept....

Midnight in Siberia novel examines everyday life in Russia

Midnight in Siberia novel examines everyday life in Russia

September 17, 2015

In David Greene’s "Midnight in Siberia," the author takes the readers on a journey across the vast landscape and through the towering metropolises of modern Russia. The non-fiction book written in 2014,...

Year of Utopia lecture series to begin

Year of Utopia lecture series to begin

September 15, 2015

To commemorate the 500th anniversary of Thomas More’s literary landmark, "Utopia," Dr. Michael Mendle will launch the “Year of Utopia” lecture series. To begin the series, Mendle will introduce both...

Maddox speaks on leadership

Maddox speaks on leadership

September 11, 2015

For the second event of the Leadership Speaker Series, External Affairs brought Tuscaloosa Mayor Walter Maddox to campus. Maddox, who has been in office for 10 years, spoke on leadership and topics such...

Students work on-campus jobs, internships

Students work on-campus jobs, internships

September 3, 2015

With a new academic term beginning and students being consumed once again by the overflow of papers, tests and other collegiate adversities, it is difficult for a student to fit in the much needed work-hours....

University president to speak at Leadership Speaker Series

University president to speak at Leadership Speaker Series

September 2, 2015

To begin the school year, SGA's office of External Affairs will launch the first installment of its Leadership Speaker Series. It will begin with Dr. Stuart Bell, the new president of the University,...

Student awarded Eisenhower Graduate Fellowship

Student awarded Eisenhower Graduate Fellowship

August 25, 2015

  In July of 2015, University of Alabama graduate student Nathan Klenke was awarded the Eisenhower Graduate Fellowship. This prestigious honor placed Klenke in the Dwight David Eisenhower Transportation...

Consulting firm named Manderson Partner of the Year

Consulting firm named Manderson Partner of the Year

August 24, 2015

  Last week, a consulting firm out of Birmingham, known as Accounting, Economics and Appraisal Group, LLC, was named the Manderson Partner of the Year by the Culverhouse College of Commerce. This award...

UA SITE camp hosts 150 high school students

UA SITE camp hosts 150 high school students

July 29, 2015

The University of Alabama’s engineering department held the 25th annual SITE camp, or Student Introductory to Engineering Camp, from July 12-31. The camp has three one-week segments in which 150 high...

Lee's themes transcend criticism

Lee's themes transcend criticism

July 22, 2015

On July 14, Harper Lee launched her second novel “Go Set a Watchman,” a sequel to her original Pulitzer Prize winner “To Kill a Mockingbird.” Within its first week on the bookshelves, it sold more...

UA professors study Alabama solar farm

UA professors study Alabama solar farm

July 22, 2015

A northern Alabama county is on its way to cheaper energy.In May of 2015, UA professors Samuel Addy and Ahmad Ijaz wrote the study about the new $150 million solar energy farm that will be created within...

UA alumna on ONE Student Advisory Board

UA alumna on ONE Student Advisory Board

July 15, 2015

Morgan Moran, who graduated from The University of Alabama this spring with a degree in political science, was one of 16 students selected to serve on the ONE Student Advisory Board in 
Washington D.C.ONE...

Harper Lee sequel takes on new era

Harper Lee sequel takes on new era

July 8, 2015

Pulitzer-Prize-winning author Harper Lee will launch her second novel, “Go Set a Watchman” on Tuesday. Lee, who attended The University of Alabama law school and wrote for The Crimson White, is known...

Nike joins 60 other stores in Midtown Village

Nike joins 60 other stores in Midtown Village

July 8, 2015

The Tuscaloosa Nike Factory Store opened its doors for the first time, revealing the brand’s first store in a college town on Thursday.Over 300 excited customers packed into the store in anticipation...

Shepherd Bend permit not renewed

Shepherd Bend permit not renewed

July 1, 2015

Environmentalists saw a victory on the Black Warrior River last month as Drummond Company, Inc. released a statement regarding its Shepherd's Bend mining permit. “Drummond Company, Inc. will not...

Museum Expedition offers summer camps

Museum Expedition offers summer camps

June 24, 2015

Students traveled from all corners of the country to take part in a scientific summer camp hosted by the Alabama Museum of Natural History over the last two weeks.High school and middle school students...

American Outlaws starts Tuscaloosa chapter, promotes soccer

June 17, 2015

An American Outlaws chapter is being formed in Tuscaloosa. According to their official website, the mission of the organization is to “support the United States National Soccer Teams through a unified...

SGA President Spillers attends leadership summit in DC

SGA President Spillers attends leadership summit in DC

June 10, 2015

By Christian Elliott | Contributing Writer
SGA President Elliot Spillers attended the National Campus Leadership Council’s 2015 Presidential Leadership Summit on May 31 through June 1. Over the span...

Incoming freshman chooses UA over Ivy League

Incoming freshman chooses UA over Ivy League

June 3, 2015

Ronald Nelson just recently graduated high school but his age has not stopped him from gaining 
national recognition.The upcoming collegian from Houston High School in Germantown, Tennessee, was accepted...

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