The UA campus is especially beautiful this time of year.
This cute dog is picture perfect for the holidays on the president’s lawn.
The garlands of magnolia take center stage at the President’s Mansion.
Leaves are threaded into garland, and red ribbons are tied into bows, giving it the flare of the holiday season.
The front door magnolia leaf wreaths are a standout.
Buildings across campus get festive for the holidays, including the Gorgas House…
…and Bidgood Hall.
Keeping the season bright.
A Hanukkah menorah is displayed near Gallalee Hall.
An important symbol of light during this time of year.
The star atop the Christmas tree in front of Rose Administration Building shines brightly against the sky.
Bringing cheer for the UA community to enjoy this holiday season.
The UA campus has a special beauty during the holiday season.
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