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'Elf' to be shown at Ferg as part of dead week stress relief

The week preceding finals is called Dead Week for a reason. To combat the stress and exhaustion the pre-finals-week studying brings, the Student Government Association worked with The Counseling Center and University Programs to plan this year’s annual Stress Free Daze program. Stress Free Daze ...

UA accounting program ranked 18th in country

The University of Alabama’s undergraduate accounting program is ranked 18th in the country, according to Public Accounting Report’s 2012 Annual Professors Survey. The program jumped two spots from the 2011 survey. Peter Johnson, an assistant professor in the Culverhouse School of Accountancy, ...

Spanish house opens doors to visiting students

The Spanish Department’s living-learning community, the Spanish House, is hosting an open house as a way for students to learn more information about the new program, which became available two years ago. The open house will be held next Monday, Oct.

UA Summersell Center to give southern history book award

The University of Alabama’s Frances S. Summersell Center for the Study of the South will be giving out a newly created award to an author who, it claims, exemplifies the best account of southern history. The first Deep South Book Prize is being awarded to the book “Boll Weevil Blues: Cotton, Myth, ...

Student club connects with even industry professionals

New to campus, The University of Alabama’s Meeting Professionals International club provides opportunities for real-world experience and professional networking to students with aspirations of working in event, restaurant, hospitality, public relations or communication industries. The University’s ...

Human rights group CEO to speak Friday

John Hardman, President and CEO of the Carter Center, will visit The University of Alabama Friday to speak with students about his leadership experience. The event, co-sponsored by the Blackburn Institute and the Honor’s College, is located in Mary Hewell Alston Hall in Room 30 and will begin at ...

Career center to host job fair

Although the job market may seem to be dwindling, University of Alabama students looking to enter the work force can find company representatives searching for future employees at two career fairs held on campus this week. This Wednesday and Thursday, The University of Alabama Career Center is hosting ...