Jeremy Connor

Articles

The plan to ban: City of Tuscaloosa to adopt ban on tobacco

Students at The University of Alabama have become accustomed to recently enacted policies regarding smoking, but may be surprised to learn that buildings owned by the City of Tuscaloosa will soon have even more inclusive rules related to tobacco products.

UA receives grant for nursing degree

Amazing advancements in technology and pedagogy have equipped universities around the country to train nursing students for a variety of real-life situations before they even step foot in a hospital.

Confederate ordnance found on campus uncommon

Most students know that the University was heavily involved in the Civil War as a military institution. We can still see memorials from the original campus, such as the steps to Franklin Hall, a building that was burned by Union soldiers in the Civil War, on the quad. 

Gorgas hosts Confederate publication exhibit

Tucked away in a corner of the third floor in Gorgas Library lies one pocket of this stockpile – the A.S.Williams III Americana Collection. In it can be found items ranging from Southern historical documents to presidential papers and addresses.

UATD to perform Ring of Fire in Gulf Shores

Several theatre students at the University recently traveled to Gulf Shores, to continue rehearsals in preparation for their performance of the Johnny-Cash-inspired show, "Ring of Fire."  2015 marks the 11th consecutive year that the SummerTide Theatre will make the trip to Gulf ...