Amanda Sare

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New museum director takes over

Ask any Northerner living in Alabama what their favorite part about Southern life is and some may tell you the weather. At least, that was New York native John Friel’s answer.

Bennett to speak on misogynoir

Amanda Bennett, an Atlanta native, is a junior majoring in English and African American studies at The University of Alabama. She will give her first ever Tide Talk on Friday, April 17, in Russell Hall Room 159 at 7 p.m.

Student and faculty to present research

The University of Alabama will host its annual Undergraduate Research and Creative Activity Conference on Tuesday. The College of Arts and Science initiated the conference in 2002. This year over 700 presenters, both student and facility members, will showcase their research findings to an audience ...

The Morris Lehman Mayer Award: Paul Houghtaling

Paul Houghtaling chose to come to The University of Alabama when he was presented with the chance to build an opera program from the ground up, and do so while teaching. Houghtaling is the recipient of the 2015 Morris Lehman Mayer Award, which honors one faculty member and one student each year who ...

Panel speaks on Japanese society

Tuscaloosa got a taste of Japanese culture Tuesday when a delegation selected by the Japanese government came to visit The University of Alabama. Former Japanese Ambassador Yasuo Saito leads the delegation around the world.

​Department of journalism holds annual J-Day

Each year the department of journalism sponsor’s their annual J-Day event. The J-Day program highlights the career choices that are available to the young journalism industry. Guest speakers are brought in to talk about their work in the industry.

Professor Erevelles promotes campus social justice

Nirmala Erevelles, a professor of social and cultural studies, has done more than just teach since joining The University of Alabama in 2001. Erevelles teaches a variety courses at the University, including Multicultural Education, Social Cultural Studies, Critical Race Theory and her favorite, Education ...

Williams named February Female Physicist of Month

Dawn Williams, an associate professor in the department of physics and astronomy, was named the February 2015 Female Physicist of the Month by the American Physical Society’s Committee on the Status of Women in Physics.

Fighting the fever

Flu season is unpredictable and its start and finish varies from year to year. Seasonal flu activity can begin as early as November and continue until as late as May. The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention releases a weekly flu report explaining how widespread the outbreak is.

Road Block: Construction on campus causes UA traffic concerns

As students arrived back in Tuscaloosa after winter break social media was buzzing about all of the construction around town and on campus. Paul W. Bryant Drive near Coleman Coliseum is currently blocked off to one lane of traffic and Colonial Drive in front of Bryant Denny Stadium is closed ...