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One-Man show comes to River Market Friday

Jhino “The Piper” Ferreira will portray 17 different characters in his one-man play. “Cops and Robbers,” Friday night at the Tuscaloosa River Market, sponsored by The University of Alabama Honors College. According to UA News, Ferreira is a rapper as well as a police officer in the San Francisco ...

UA establishes new research center in Cuba

The University of Alabama Board of Trustees approved the establishment of the Center for Cuba Collaboration and Scholarship at the University on Feb. 6. The new research center will build on the activities of the Alabama-Cuba Initiative, providing educational opportunities in Cuba for UA students and ...

Honors College offers Spring II seminar course "Tide for Tusk"

This spring, Honors College will offer an Honors seminar course for students who would like to receive one hour of Honors credit in Spring II.  The course is called UH 120-326, “Tide for Tusk,” and allows the students to use networking and social media tools to raise awareness ...

Study abroad fashion capitals tour

Study wishing to study fashion abroad will now have the chance through a new study abroad program offered by the College of Human and Environmental Sciences. Twenty UA students will take a four-week trip to fashion capitals such as London, Milan, NYC and Paris in the second half of May.

UA alumni launch medical startup at Auburn University

Med+Pass Health LLC, an IT Healthcare start up company based out of Nashville, TN, recently developed a product called Med+Pass, which completely automates and digitizes the yearly process for college student health centers' collection and verification of incoming freshmen and transfer students' ...

UA joins hunger initiative

The University of Alabama is one of approximately 50 universities worldwide that have banded together to address global hunger. On Dec. 9, UA President Judy Bonner and leaders from other universities signed the Presidents’ Commitment to Food and Nutritional Security at the United Nations in 
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Aaron Huang survives cancer, writes memoir

Near the end of 2012, Aaron Yitao Huang was attending The University of Alabama, majoring in geography and geology with a concentration in geographic information science, and was living over 7,000 miles away from his home in China. During that winter, Huang's time in America was cut short. He was diagnosed ...