Cody Pope and his grandmother, Rosemary Ingram, moved to Tuscaloosa in 2006 in order to attend the Tier 1 program in CrossingPoints, which serves students 18-21 years old. He attended that program from 2006 until his graduation in 2008.
The Culverhouse Learning Initiative and Financial Training program (LIFT) is comprised of 475 students committed to helping the Tuscaloosa, Holt and west Alabama communities. Students teach classes to all groups of people including high school students, veterans, adults, inmates and mature adults.
The UA administration requested the SGA Elections Board revise the current elections manual, pushing the spring elections date back.
After the senators reconvened from their respective committees, Senator Marissa Navarro’s Resolution R-17 to support the continuation of the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (DACA) program and its beneficiaries, the "DACA-mented" students on campus, went under discussion.
The film festival, which runs this Saturday as a part of the Tuscaloosa Heritage Festival, is backed by UP in hopes that students will gain some knowledge as to the impact of media on social activism and change.
Preschoolers and their caregivers are invited to explore the Alabama Natural History Museum where they can learn about nature through activities, crafts and stories.
After earning degrees from Guilford College and Vanderbilt, Delores Robinson, a UA professor in the Department of Geological Sciences, worked in far western Nepal in the Himalayan Mountains while pursuing her Ph.D. from the University of Arizona. For the past 20 years, she has explored and conducted research in the Himalaya-Tibet region, Nepal Bhutan, northwest India, southern Tibet and now Pakistan.