Dr. Robert Newman’s lecture, “Saving the World with Metaphor: Toward an Ecological Poetics,” emphasizes the link between the humanities and ecology based on the methods used to study them, as well as their original impulses.
To mark Women’s History Month, we feature Allison Reynolds, a UA junior majoring in journalism and creative media. Reynolds always has been fascinated with movies and wants to make films that inspire people.
Former IBM senior vice president and chief brand officer Jon Iwata will deliver the annual Koten Lecture to UA students and faculty on March 29 in Reese Phifer 216.
The University of Alabama’s men’s wheelchair basketball team capped its dominant 2018 season with a national championship, holding off the University of Wisconsin-Whitewater, 69-65 in the National Intercollegiate Wheelchair Basketball Tournament final.
Julissa Arce came to the United States from Mexico at age 11 and was undocumented for almost 15 years before becoming a U.S. citizen in August 2014. During that time, she built a successful career on Wall Street, and now serves as an advocate for immigrant rights and education.
The University of Alabama will suspend normal operations from 6:30 p.m. until midnight due to the threat of severe weather. Classes and campus activities scheduled during this time are canceled. Campus […]
Whether you just got back from the sunny beach or the frigid mountains, returning to classes from spring break is never an easy transition.
Alex Huechteman arrived at The University of Alabama with an idea of what she wanted to study, but the Honors College student soon discovered a path that would take her to Nicaragua to study a segment of rural population for the first time.