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Giving at 90% of Goal as United Way Campaign Continues 

Tide United. Let Kindness Be Your Story

The campaign will continue through the end of the semester.

November 20, 2020

Veteran Suicide Awareness Focus of Operation Iron Ruck

A student marches to Tuscaloosa in the first Operation Iron Ruck.

Before UA and Auburn meet on the gridiron, student veterans support groups from both universities will come together to bring awareness to veteran suicide.

November 18, 2020

UA Family Reminds Students that ‘Giving’ is a Part of Thanksgiving

The Carrasquilla family (Laura in front with blue dress, Tatiana with green dress, Juan with salmon shirt in the back, their father Carlos in the blue shirt and mom Liliana wearing sunglasses) at their U.S. citizen naturalization ceremony in 2016.

Family carries on traditions of attending The University of Alabama while running a food program to help the hungry on Thanksgiving.

November 18, 2020

Free Program Helps Children with Disabilities, Developmental Delays

Couple holding hands with baby shoes

The University is offering a free new program, EI@UA, to support families of young children who have disabilities or developmental delays.

November 13, 2020

Moundville Archaeological Park Virtual 5K Supports Education Fund

The Moundville virtual 5K poster.

UA’s Moundville Archaeological Park will hold its annual 5K Footrace virtually throughout November and December to support its education fund.

November 12, 2020

UA to Launch Early Learning Initiative at Gadsden in January 2021

A classroom in a early learning center.

UA’s College of Education will launch the UA Early Learning Initiative at Gadsden in January 2021 at the University’s Gadsden Center.

November 10, 2020

UA Honors Veterans with Joint Veterans Day Ceremony

American flags wave on the UA quad.

UA's Office of Veteran and Military Affairs will join other local organizations to honor veterans at the annual Tuscaloosa Veterans Day Ceremony.

November 9, 2020

UA’s Intercultural Diversity Center Gets New Centralized Location

an arch of red and white balloons outside the entrance to the new Intercultural diversity center in the ferguson student center

Now housed on the second floor of the Ferguson Student Center, the center offers weekly programming as well as informal gathering space.

November 5, 2020

Alabama Business Confidence Ticks Upward for Fourth Quarter

The exterior of Alston Hall

The Center for Business Economics and Research's most recent quarterly survey shows business confidence is increasing thanks to new innovations and safety measures introduced to lessen the spread of coronavirus.

November 4, 2020

Don’t Trust the Grass; Halloween Celebration at ‘ArBOOretum’ Returns

The Arboretum decorated for Halloween

Halloween and biological science merge for the return of "Afternoon at the ArBOOretum."

October 19, 2020

Beat Auburn Beat Hunger Launches 2020 Food and Fund Drive

Students stand in front of a barrel at the 2019 Beat Auburn Beat Hunger food and fund drive result day.

The annual Beat Auburn Beat Hunger food and fund drive kicks off Thursday, Oct. 1, at The University of Alabama.

September 30, 2020

Struggling with Virtual Learning? It’s OK, Help is Available

Big Al's Survival Guide to online classes

Capstone Center for Student Success offers help for students struggling to transition to virtual academia.

September 28, 2020

Groups Across Campus Come Together to ‘Get Out the Vote!’

National Voter Registration Day emblem

On Sept. 22 at 10 a.m., the Crossroads Civic Engagement Center and Vote Everywhere UA are hosting a virtual “Get Out The Vote!” meeting.

September 21, 2020

Sending Relief to Hometown Hit by Hurricane Laura

Lady stands in front of U-Haul full of supplies.

Sophomore Kana Webb's hometown of Lake Charles, Louisiana, was devastated by Hurricane Laura. Her relief efforts on the UA campus sent hundreds of dollars in donated supplies to those affected.

September 21, 2020

Senior Creates Greeting Cards to Cheer Nursing Home Residents

Demarcus Rudolf, a senior at UA, writing greeting cards for senior citizens in nursing homes.

Just in time for National Grandparents Day, University of Alabama senior Demarcus Rudolph started a project creating greeting cards for senior citizens in nursing homes.

September 11, 2020