Undergraduate students showcased their creativity and personality at the first [Name This] Open Mic Night of the semester on Monday, Feb. 3, 2020. The series is hosted by Writers Guild and is sponsored by UA Creative Writing. This student-led event provides encouragement and opportunity for
The University of Alabama’s Women in Technology organization is in full swing for the Spring with new events and new opportunities.
Dr. Yusef Salaam shares intimate details of his imprisonment with University of Alabama students.
Students, Faculty, and locals of Tuscaloosa gathered to hear Yusef Salaam tell his story.
Students gathered at the University of Alabama for the ending ceremony of Martin Luther King Jr. week, with the presence of one of the Central Park Five and University President Stuart Bell.
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.
News director Donna Bell discusses her experiences and how to get the first journalism job as the College of Communication & Information Sciences celebrates Media Day.
The University of Alabama’s Black Student Union and University Programs hosted their annual State of the Black Union Event Feb. 28.
UA hosted an International Prom on Sunday. The event welcomed international students and American students, and it featured dancing, free food, a photo booth and dances led by the Hispanic-Latino Association.
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