David Williams III

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January special election to fill SGA vacancies

With the start of the new semester comes a special election to fill two senate seats for the Arts and Sciences College in the UA SGA. The vacancies, previously held by Mason Johnston and Maxwell Martin, will be filled for the remainder of the elected offices terms. 

Margaret Atwood returns to Tuscaloosa, addresses community

Before her rise to world-renowned fame, Margaret Atwood served as a professor at the University of Alabama. This week she returned to Tuscaloosa to address a sold-out Bama Theater, discussing her works and the current political climate. 

Margaret Atwood addresses packed Bama Theater

After the event ended, Atwood stayed for nearly two hours to ensure that those who wanted a book signed got the opportunity. The organizers of the event said that their goal was for "Margaret to get to be Margaret," and they believed they succeeded. 

Margaret Atwood to address UA community, discuss works

Renowned author Margaret Atwood is coming to the University of Alabama to read from her works and talk to students. Author of novels such as The Handmaid’s Tale, The Blind Assassin, Oryx and Crake, as well as many others, she has also written more than fifty volumes of poetry, children’s literature, ...

SOAR discussed ethical research practices

SOAR spoke with their audience on their methods of establishing relationships with communities in Alabama. They discussed their origin and how they worked to grow communication with representatives in both Sumter and Holt County.  

Lecture to discuss how class and race affect youth’s future

The Julie Laible Lecture Series continues its aim to educate people about social and educational issues with its next lecture, "Making Their Way." The lecture will focus on Annette Lareau’s two-part study of black and white children of differing social classes and how different aspects shape their ...

Kirsti Curry Rogers brings dinosaurs to life for students

A renowned vertebrate paleontologist addressed a full audience of University of Alabama students and faculty members on Thursday, speaking about her work studying dinosaurs. It was the second lecture in the ALLELE seminar series, which focuses on teaching the Alabama public about evolutionary sciences. ...