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The UA Town Hall on September 22.

‘What can we do at Alabama to make our campus more inclusive’: UA Town Hall asks students what they need  

September 25, 2022

Over 80 students assembled in The University of Alabama Student Center’s ballroom on Thursday for a town hall meeting hosted by G. Christine Taylor, vice president and associate provost for diversity,...

Kathy Rodriguez’s ‘Ruminations’ Opens Sella-Granata Exhibition Season 

Kathy Rodriguez’s ‘Ruminations’ Opens Sella-Granata Exhibition Season 

September 11, 2022

Sella-Granata Art Gallery began its fall exhibition season last Thursday, Sept. 8, with the opening of an exhibition from Kathy Rodriguez — a University of New Orleans instructor, art critic and TEN...

UA Collegiate Recovery hosts food addiction support group

UA Collegiate Recovery hosts food addiction support group

April 16, 2019
The University of Alabama Collegiate Recovery and Intervention Services will host its second weekly 12-step Food Addicts Anonymous support meetings on Wednesday, April 17.
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Mind Matters workshops encourage discussion about mental health

April 1, 2019
College is a complicated and stressful balancing act for many students. The University of Alabama’s Counseling Center understands how stressful it can be,
University Programs hosts second Murder Mystery Night

University Programs hosts second Murder Mystery Night

March 26, 2019
University Programs will host Murder Mystery Night, including a live dinner theater production, on March 28.
Cw/ Kallie Chablas

University Programs hosts its first Lip Sync Battle

March 20, 2019
Students will get the chance to hang out and be entertained at University Programs first lip sync battle on March 21.
CW/ Kallie Chabla

SSS aims to increase retention, graduation rates

March 7, 2019
The Student Support Services TRiO program provides services for students at the University who came from disadvantaged backgrounds in order to increase retention and graduation rates for students involved.
Q&A with Harrison Adams, presidential candidate

Q&A with Harrison Adams, presidential candidate

March 4, 2019

Q: Year, major, and hometown: A: I am Harrison Adams. I am a junior from Selma, Alabama, and I study economics and finance. Q: How did you originally get involved with SGA? Or if you’re not currently...

Photo Courtesy of Betty Bowles

Millennial Move Makers creates connections

February 28, 2019
Betty Jean Bowles, a junior majoring in political science, came up with the idea to host Millennial Move Makers, a conference on March 3 that creates a place to build connections among UA entrepreneurs, influencers and content creators – the first of its kind at the University.
CW/ Keely Brewer

Teaching with Tension addresses diversity, inclusivity in classroom

February 16, 2019
Teaching with Tension will be a one-day symposium where faculty can learn new strategies for handling discussions about tense topics, such as race, in the classroom.
Faculty, students recount experiences dealing with race, identity while abroad

Faculty, students recount experiences dealing with race, identity while abroad

February 16, 2019
Students and faculty will share personal experiences about race and identity during Being Black Abroad on Feb. 27.
U.S. Air Force retired veteran Bradley Campbell is a UA senior majoring in operations management is one of the many campus veterans affected by recent changes made by the University in partnership with AARP. CW/ Keely Brewer

AARP, UA work to provide resources for veterans

February 11, 2019
The University of Alabama partnered with AARP to conduct a study focusing on behavioral health, caregiving, food insecurity and homelessness of military veterans in the state to help connect them with needed resources.
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University addresses lack of faculty diversity

January 31, 2019
As of Fall 2017, The University of Alabama’s minority faculty percentage was 20.07, and the University is working on ways to recruit more diverse faculty in order to increase the percentage.
CW/ Joe Will Field

CSL hosts third annual Multicultural Leadership Summit

January 29, 2019
The Center for Service and Leadership will host its third annual Multicultural Leadership Summit, a seven-hour conference, on Feb. 2 for students to engage in dialogue.
Organization Takeover helps connect students with organizations

Organization Takeover helps connect students with organizations

January 22, 2019
Organization Takeover will take place in the Ferguson Center Wednesday for students to meet people involved in organizations.
WGRC’s Fair Trade Market benefits Guatemalan women

WGRC’s Fair Trade Market benefits Guatemalan women

December 4, 2018
The Women and Gender Resource Center (WGRC) is sponsoring a United for a Better Life Fair Trade Market this week from Dec. 3 to Dec. 7 in Little Hall.
CW/ Joe Will Field

University celebrates conclusion of United Way Campaign

November 28, 2018
The University of Alabama hosted its six-week United Way Campaign and will commemorate the finish on Wednesday.
CW/ Austin Bigoney

Crimson Kitchen class teaches community new recipes

November 13, 2018
Crimson Kitchen Cooking classes offer UA students, faculty and the Tuscaloosa community a chance to brush up their cooking techniques or try something different in the kitchen.

A-Team applications to close Thursday

October 30, 2018
Students interested in joining the A-Team should apply before the deadline Thursday night.

Lecture to discuss misconceptions about race and racial identity

October 15, 2018
The School of Social Work is hosting the lecture, given by John Jackson and Richard Perry, dean and professor in the School of Social Policy & Practice at the University of Pennsylvania, respectively.
CW/ Joseph Field

United Way kickoff to begin annual employee giving campaign

October 9, 2018
This event is hosted by Intercollegiate Athletics, and all students are welcome to attend
CW/ Jordan Watkins

Q&A with Jordan Watkins, homecoming queen candidate

October 8, 2018
Homecoming queen candidate, Jordan Watkins, discusses her platform and motivations.

Students to learn about research opportunities at ‘Pizza with Professors’

October 2, 2018
For anyone who is interested in research or learning how to get involved in research, the office for undergraduate research will be hosting an event where students can enjoy free pizza.
CW/ Adam Sieracki

Workshop to teach students presentation skills

September 26, 2018
Jeffrey Mark Hurst, learning resource specialist in the Capstone Center for Student Success, will be leading a workshop called Presentation Survival on Wednesday.
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