“Brigadoon” will be playing nightly at the Bean-Brown Theatre from today, April 23, to Saturday, April 25th, at 7:30 p.m. It will also be showing on Sunday, April 26, at 2 p.m.
Services are available to help students succeed in preparing application materials for law school.
The University of Alabama recently announced through its updated student life webpage that it currently has more than 250 clubs and organizations to choose from, making it an excellent fit for new undergraduate students.
Discussions are also addressing the role of education in preventing people from committing sexual violence.
Kirk Walter, supervisor for Safe Zone and soon to be president-elect of Capstone Alliance, said the not-so-convenient locations of gender neutral restrooms is excluding for trans-identified students and students who are non-gender conforming.
Becoming an intramural referee on campus is simple, the hours are flexible and anyone can do it. Anyone interested must attend an information session discussing how to schedule your work hours, important dates for training sessions and the behavior the university expects from referees. Continue reading
Several chants of “mine” filled the Roberta Alison Baumgardner indoor tennis facility as the Alabama women’s tennis team matched against TCU women. Continue reading
Rep. Patricia Todd, the state’s first openly gay public officer, delivered the keynote address at Lavender Graduation, an annual ceremony at universities nationwide recognizing the achievements of The University of Alabama’s LGBTQ+ community.
The Alabama softball team continues to shine in the 2015 season. It all starts with the pitching staff for coach Patrick Murphy.