Camille Studebaker


Ignite UA application closing

Ignite UA is a program through First Year Experience and Retention Initiatives that allows first-year students to connect and relate with peers, learn more about UA and its resources, and build a network with faculty and staff.   The 2018 Ignite UA program application is due Dec. 8. 

Beat Auburn Beat Hunger collects over 260,000 pounds of food

During the six weeks leading up to the Iron Bowl, Beat Auburn Beat Hunger is an annual student-run food-drive competition against Auburn that strives to bring together students, Alabama fans and people in the community as much as possible to help the West Alabama Food Bank and simultaneously raise awareness ...

Ironwoman: University student takes on the Ironman World Championship

She began by lining up in the Pacific Ocean 10 minutes before the start. Packed so tight next to her competitors, she could hardly move as they treaded water. Doubt filled Jessica Lambert’s mind as she got ready participate in the 140.6-mile Ironman World Championship in Kona, Hawaii. First, the professionals ...

Geocaching challenge to increase geography awareness

Club Geography's will host a Geocaching Challenge in which students have 36 hours to find the most geocaches on campus.  Winning teams will receive the following prizes: First place - $250, second place - $175, third place - $100, and social media - $50.  

University forms committee to find new VP of Research

 â€œ[The position is] important  for UA because it’s a research university, so whatever level you’re on - faculty, graduate student or undergrad - there still needs to be opportunities to advance in each position, and I think that this position, the VP of Research, is very important in ...

University to build modified housing arrangement, increase socializing

At the University, there are two different types of dorms, the “traditional” style and the “suite-style.” Amanda Ingram, director of housing administration, said traditional halls automatically provide more social opportunity and interaction overwhelmingly due to sharing immediate space with ...

Student-athlete Halloween party welcomes Tuscaloosa community

At Halloween Extravaganza, an annual event hosted by the University's Student-Athlete Advisory Committee, children ages 13 and under enjoyed a night full of eating candy, bouncing in bounce houses with slides, playing games, and taking photos with student-athletes and Big Al. 

Students will play their hand at Casino Night

Game winners will get to take home the game that they won in addition to their choice of a giveaway prize. It will give the experience of a casino, but it will not use real money or gambling.