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Get Out and About This July 

fireworks over the Black Warrior River

Look no further for things to do and ways to beat the heat in July.

June 28, 2022

Take Part in Events on and Around Campus This June

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

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

May 31, 2022

‘More than Folding Paper’: a Look at Origami

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.

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

May 24, 2022

Flow Tuscaloosa Lantern Parade a Glowing Success

Flow Tuscaloosa's lantern parade lit up the Riverwalk, bringing people together to appreciate our water resources in a new way.

May 24, 2022

Shining Light on the Water

The first-ever Riverwalk Lantern Parade gives participants a chance to see the Black Warrior River in a new way, one that they help create.

May 17, 2022

New Exhibit Celebrates 25 Years of Softball

A set of lockers with softball equipment in them.

A new exhibit at the Paul W. Bryant Museum honors the players and coaches of the first 25 years of softball at the Capstone.

May 6, 2022

Warm Up for Summer with Activities This May

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

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. 

May 2, 2022

For Your Enjoyment: Movies, Music and a Bunch of Bugs

Two students, one male and one female, hold up a poster that says "Black Warrior Film Festival"

Looking for something to do this coming week? Here's some inspiration.

April 6, 2022

Black Warrior Film Festival Returns

Two students, one male and one female, hold up a poster that says "Black Warrior Film Festival"

The Black Warrior Film Festival is back this spring with a new lineup of screenings, panels, and director meet and greets.

April 4, 2022

Bama Bug Fest Returns In-Person at New Location

The Bama Bug Fest poster with general information

Bama Bug Fest will return in-person to celebrate the diversity and benefits of arthropods at the Alabama Museum of Natural History April 9. 

March 31, 2022

For Your Enjoyment: Sherlock Holmes, Jazz and Art Walks

photograph of a silver metallic sculpture at the center of the Woods Quad taken from the balcony

There's no shortage of arts and culture events on and around campus this week.

March 29, 2022

7 Alabama Attractions to Explore Near Tuscaloosa 

a leopard watches from a tree

From world-class museums to majestic parks, the state of Alabama has a lot to offer. Here are just a few of the many attractions within a two-hour drive of UA’s campus.

March 9, 2022

Smith Family Gift Pushes The Rising Tide Over $1 Billion

Cameron Smith, Linda Smith, Clay Smith and University of Alabama President Stuart R. Bell

UA’s Rising Tide Capital Campaign has surpassed $1 billion in charitable commitments thanks to a recent gift commitment of $20 million to name the Smith Family Center for the Performing Arts.

February 25, 2022

UA Moundville Archaeological Park Hosts Knap-In March 4-5

A man flint knapping an antler

The University of Alabama Moundville Archaeological Park will host stone tool makers and flint knappers from around the nation during its annual Knap-In March 4-5.

February 24, 2022

14 Reasons to Love UA Libraries

A student in Rodgers Library 3-D prints a sword hilt.

February is Library Lover’s Month, the perfect time to count the ways we love our campus libraries.

February 22, 2022