20 % of UA students experience food insecurity. UA organizations work to combat food waste and insecurity on campus by expanding knowledge and resources. Organizations such as the FRN and The Student Care and Well-Being office provide the local community with access to nutrient rich
3,000 blue and pink flags lined The Quad in front of Denny Chimes on Tuesday morning. Bama Students for Life activists placed the flags as a visual representation of the amount of abortions performed in the United States daily.
The Outdoor Recreation staff provides trips, rentals and rock climbing classes to the UA community.
The City of Tuscaloosa celebrates bicentennial with a yearlong celebration. The Bicentennial Bash will take place on March 30 at the Tuscaloosa Amphitheater. The family friendly event with feature performances from native Alabama bands.
Retired U.S. Marine, Lt. Colonel Greg Ballard spoke to UA students about his new book, “Less Oil or More Caskets: The National Security Argument for Moving Away from Oil.” Ballard said that in order to eliminate the flow of caskets, of troops coming home from
Pop-up museums, stores, restaurants, and interactive displays have taken over big cities across the United States. The temporary attractions are surrounded around the idea of being unique and unexpected. Social Media has driven the trend of pop-up events, focused on being the perfect “instagrammable” moment.