Bike theft is a top crime on college campuses nationwide. Maddy Czebiniak hopes her special project will help curb bike thefts on the UA campus, promoting safety and awareness, and helping make campus a greener, healthier place.
The University of Alabama Capstone College of Nursing students show Japanese nursing students, visiting from Chiba University in Japan, what it’s like to be a nursing student at the Capstone. From baby simulators to evenings out on The Strip, the Japanese students were immersed in
In an effort to increase literacy rates in the Black Belt region of Alabama, the University of Alabama’s Center for Economic Development is asking the community to donate schoolbooks that will later be distributed to various schools throughout Alabama’s Black Belt.
The University of Alabama is commemorating 50 years of integration this year with the launch of a website called Through the Doors and a year of programs, seminars and speakers to celebrate the advancement of diversity on its campus. One agent of that advancement, though,
As the University of Alabama approaches its 50th anniversary of desegregation, the family members of key players involved in the stand in the schoolhouse door journey to UA in remembrance of the past as they look to the future.
Messages about having a positive body image radiated Friday night as The University of Alabama’s Health Promotion and Wellness Department celebrated Body Appreciation Week with its 5th annual fashion show, “Fashion Rocks and so Does My Body.”
New Orleans cook Dan Robinson has opened a new restaurant offering students Cajun food, burgers, and an extensive bar selection. The restaurant, Burger U, is open Tuesday through Sunday for lunch and dinner, and located near the Tuwiler dormitory.
With the help of five students from the University of Alabama, an anti-bullying campaign is making a splash in Tuscaloosa City Schools by encouraging students to take a stand against bullying.
Nontraditional students enrolled at the University of Alabama shed light on the daily challenges faced in their lives.
Bob Woodward, associate editor of the Washington Post, journeyed to UA to speak about his journalistic experiences dealing with former and current government officials and addressed the topic of secrecy in the White House.