Museums & Libraries

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

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

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

The Bama Bug Fest poster with general information

Bama Bug Fest Returns In-Person at New Location

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

a leopard watches from a tree

7 Alabama Attractions to Explore Near Tuscaloosa 

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.

A man flint knapping an antler

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

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.

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

14 Reasons to Love UA Libraries

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

Collage with photos of Ashley Jones, Arthur Dunning and Lisa McNair

Celebrate Black History Month at UA with Speakers, Tours, More

To honor, explore and celebrate the achievements and contributions of Black Americans on campus and beyond, the Division of Diversity, Equity and Inclusion is hosting a wealth of activities and events on campus for Black History Month.

On a natural grain background, two hands can be see holding up a copy of a letter written by Martin Luther King Jr. in 1963.

Piece of History: MLK Letter from Birmingham Jail at Special Collections

University Special Collections houses an early copy that Rev. Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. wrote in the Birmingham City Jail.

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From Ceramics to Needlepoint: Art Exhibits to Enjoy this Spring

Brighten your winter days with art from these exhibits on and around campus.

The exterior of Manly Hall

UA Collaborates with Smithsonian to Create Digital Resource

The University of Alabama Religious Studies Department and the Smithsonian’s National Museum of American History have formally collaborated to create a digital resource on the religious dimensions of the events that took place at the Capitol on Jan. 6, 2021. 

Angelo Bruno Business Library front desk

Bruno Business Library Closed for Renovations Until Fall 2022

The Angelo Bruno Business Library is closed until Fall Semester 2022 for renovations to improve its aesthetics and functionality.