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The Indian Students Association of Tuscaloosa at an annual event open to the community of Tuscaloosa.

How diversity and inclusivity groups combat injustice at UA

February 1, 2023

As The University of Alabama grows, striving for diversity and inclusion amongst student organizations is essential to promoting a welcoming environment for all students and fighting for injustice on campus....

How to help animals at local shelters

How to help animals at local shelters

January 11, 2023

As the weather warms up in the coming months, students on campus will be seen walking their dogs around the Quad and spending more time outside. However, students who don’t own pets can volunteer at...

Cedric Smith’s “HORSEPOWER” exhibit paints Black cowboys to boost positive representation of Black people in America

Cedric Smith’s “HORSEPOWER” exhibit paints Black cowboys to boost positive representation of Black people in America

November 13, 2022

“HORSEPOWER,” a solo show by self-taught painter and photographer, Cedric Smith, is currently on display at the Paul R. Jones Museum in downtown Tuscaloosa until Dec. 10.  The Paul R. Jones Museum,...

ARDT showcases UA’s Dance Major students

ARDT showcases UA’s Dance Major students

October 26, 2022

Alabama Repertory Dance Theatre is a display of a collection of pieces where dance majors at the University can showcase their talent and prepare for the professional field. ARDT’s 31st season occurred...

STEM organizations promoting diversity on campus 

STEM organizations promoting diversity on campus 

October 19, 2022

The science, technology, engineering and mathematics field is growing at a rapid pace with employment being projected to increase by 8% by 2029. With the ever-changing employment rate also comes more diversity,...

Rutstein exhibit

Sarah Moody Gallery of Art Exhibits Cosmically Inspired Art 

October 2, 2022

The Sarah Moody Gallery of Art will be exhibiting “Out of Thin Air: Microscopic Journeys Through Cosmic Landscapes,” a collaboration between artist Rebecca Rutstein and planetary scientist Julia Cartwright...

@UAShrooms Instagram account brings attention to mushrooms and fungi on campus 

@UAShrooms Instagram account brings attention to mushrooms and fungi on campus 

September 21, 2022

The University of Alabama has a rich natural environment that flourishes during the summer and fall. The recent increase in rain that marks the start of autumn encourages new plant and fungi growth, allowing...

Paul Klein of LANY stands on stage with his hands up

LANY draws crowd at Tuscaloosa Amphitheater 

September 7, 2022

The pop band LANY recently performed for an enthusiastic crowd at the Tuscaloosa Amphitheater on Monday, Aug. 29. After the opening performance by Surfaces, the energized crowd was excited for LANY to...

Recent Acquisitions at the Paul R. Jones Museum 

Recent Acquisitions at the Paul R. Jones Museum 

August 28, 2022

Consisting of 25 different pieces by 21 artists, the exhibit "Recent Acquisitions" is a culmination of several years of work for the Paul R. Jones Museum.   The opening show of its fall season showcases...

The trees on the Quad are part of the collection of over 12,000 trees on the
campus that earned UA the title of Tree Campus USA for the seventh consecutive
year.

Landscaping and grounds staff impact UA’s natural environment

April 20, 2022
Year-round, The University of Alabama’s facilities and grounds employees work to create and maintain the Capstone’s lush landscape. 
Review: Dance Alabama creates ‘safe and welcoming space’ for UA students

Review: Dance Alabama creates ‘safe and welcoming space’ for UA students

April 3, 2022
Dance Alabama gave performing arts students the opportunity to showcase their work from March 31 to April 2 in the theater of The University of Alabama’s English Building.
Celestia Morgan’s exhibit ‘Disparities’ explores housing discrimination

Celestia Morgan’s exhibit ‘Disparities’ explores housing discrimination

March 30, 2022
Celestia Morgan’s “Disparities,” a solo exhibition highlighting the deep-rooted inequalities related to housing, is being publicly shown for the first time at the Paul R. Jones Museum until May 20. 
Screen grab from the film Proximity.

Black Warrior Film Festival showcases student filmmakers

February 27, 2022
Established in 2013, the festival is an annual event that seeks to showcase student talent from the South and across the nation by hosting communitywide screenings, workshops and featured guests. 
Restorative justice rehabilitates

Restorative justice rehabilitates

February 2, 2022
Advocates for restorative justice today suggest policymakers should aim to make justice systems truly correctional.
Woods Quad addition showcases potential for love, growth, forward mobility

Woods Quad addition showcases potential for love, growth, forward mobility

January 12, 2022
Last semester UA’s department of art and art history added a new sculpture titled “Flourish” to the garden.
Visitors attend the Dinah Washington Cultural Arts Center in September 2020.

Is Alabama just a football school?

November 18, 2021
The Capstone has nearly 200 degree programs and encourages students to pursue excellence, making it clear that this university produces legends in more than just sports.
Painting with Pride. 142 BB Comer Hall. October 6, 2021 \ 4-6pm. Sign up here: bit.ly/EAPaintwithPride. Only 25 spots available!

‘Painting with Pride’ Encourages LGBTQ+ Students to Travel Abroad

October 3, 2021
In recognition of LGBTQ+ History Month this October, the UA Education Abroad Office is collaborating with the Art History Department Chair Jason Guynes to host Painting with Pride, an art workshop and study abroad presentation.
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