A woman is making a textile using traditional Native American tools.

Take Part in Events on and Around Campus This June

Take advantage during the month of June with these events in Tuscaloosa.

Six paper cranes are folded and sitting on a black background. One crane is coral pink, one is lavender, one is tan, two are multicolored and one is folded on Hiragana practice paper.

‘More than Folding Paper’: a Look at Origami

Celebrate Asian American, Native Hawaiian, Pacific Islander Heritage Month by learning how to make origami.

Graduation caps are shown.

UA Celebrates Spring 2022 Commencement

More than 5,000 students became UA graduates this past weekend.

Flags from several countries are displayed on a table.

UA Celebrates First-Ever Hispanic-Latino Graduation Celebration

The Division of Diversity, Equity and Inclusion hosted the event on May 6.

A student is robed by a family member.

Nyansapo Kente Robing Ceremony Celebrates Student Success

The 2022 Nyansapo Kente Robing Ceremony took place May 5. The ceremony celebrates the success and achievements of students of color.

Man in black robe fist bumps a woman in a black robe and white sash.

Spring 2022 Degree Candidates Announced

The University of Alabama will award more than 5,000 degrees in eight commencement ceremonies May 6-8.

the backs of a group of people walking among tents of art vendors at the 2018 Druid City Arts Festival

Warm Up for Summer with Activities This May

The spring semester is over, but there’s no shortage of events and activities to enjoy on campus, in Tuscaloosa and beyond throughout the month of May. 

Seth Warren stands on the lefthand side of the photo, with fencing on the right.

Veteran Finds New Passion to Bring Creativity to Tuscaloosa

Seth Warren took a leap of faith and decided to return to school after nearly a decade.

On a sunny day, a Black woman stands near a blooming bush with Denny Chimes in the background.

Behind the Lens: UA Photographer Shares Top Tips for Portraits

Have you ever wondered how University of Alabama photographers get such great pictures of campus? We asked our photography team to share their best tips to get the perfect picture. 

A Black female student looks off camera while dressed in her cap and gown. She will earn her JD this spring.

Mother’s Day Means More This Year to Resilient Law Graduate

This Mother’s Day, Aaliyah Locke will fulfill a promise she made to her son when he was born.