University Programs (UP) will give students the opportunity to sleuth their way through a murder mystery-style dinner held in the ballroom of the Ferguson Student Center. Attendees will work together with a cast of actors to solve the mystery for a chance to win prizes.
The memorial allows the community to remember those who have passed and hear officials from the University give their condolences to the families and friends of the students.
Medical school admissions officers spoke to a group of 100 University of Alabama students on Monday, discussing the application process and answering audience questions.
What makes the Multiple Abilities Program stand out is that, while there are numerous programs in the College of Education and the state of Alabama that help people earn dual teaching certification, graduates of the Multiple Abilities Program receive four certificates.
UPerk Coffee and Loosa Brews welcomed the community to their little corner of downtown Tuscaloosa last Friday night.
The Barre Code will host a class on the first Sunday of every month, each benefitting a different charity. This Sunday, the donations received will benefit Schoolyard Roots, a school garden initiative in Alabama.
The SGA Senate discussed meet and greets, philanthropy, sexual assault, environmentalism, and overdose prevention at their meeting on Thursday.
“This is the second time the college of engineering has done this,” Culver said. “Both times it’s been a super cool event, to get the engineers and other people on campus excited about space life. You have so many opportunities available to you, with quite a few of these companies taking resumes right now.” NASA Days continue through Friday, Nov. 3 in Shelby Quad and the Ferguson Student Center Theater.