Due to the risk of severe weather, UAB and normal campus operations are suspended until 10:00 am.
Free Food for ThoughtYou share your thoughts.  You get free food.  It's that simple.  In February and March, UAB's Student Multicultural & Diversity Programs will present a series of interactive lectures aimed at building a community that values diversity.
Tom Hanks in "Cloud Atlas"Cosmic Night at the Rec Center brings Laser Tag, Cosmic Mini-Golf, a Graffiti Wall, and a screening of the movie "Cloud Atlas" to campus -- all for free. And after you work up an appetite running around shooting your friends with lasers, there's free food, too.
Michael FrantiAll rebel rockers, take note: Since Michael Franti's lecture and concert at Alys Stephens Center is both free and open to the community, you might want to get there early.
basketball-iconIf you're participating in the Social Blazers Rewards Program (and really, why wouldn't you be?), there's a chance to earn an extra 5,000 points this week with home games for both the men's and women's teams.
Andrew ZimmernWith limited UAB Dining options during Martin Luther King Jr. weekend, consider turning to the Travel Channel's Andrew Zimmern (who visited Birmingham this week) for advice on other great local places to eat.
SnowflakeUAB will close at 3:30 p.m. on Thursday, January 17, and reopen at 10:00 a.m. on Friday, January 18.
TapingoDon't have time to wait in line? Download the Tapingo app to your phone and you could place your food order and pay before you even walk in the door.
50 Years ForwardIn conjunction with the "50 Years Forward" celebration of Birmingham's Civil Rights history, UAB is host to a number of free events for students, including a lecture from Grammy award-winning hip-hop artist Common and a concert from reggae artist Michael Franti.
eNotify uses the same system as UAB's B-ALERT allowing you to opt in for instant notifications on various categories of non-emergency (but still important) information.
Social media iconsCheer on the Blazers via Facebook, Twitter, Foursquare, and GetGlue to earn points toward free UAB swag. The new Social Blazers Rewards Program pits you against your friends to determine who is the ultimate UAB fan.
Spring Ufit classes start January 7, and personal training options are available at the Campus Rec Center, so there's no excuse to ditch those New Year's resolutions. Also, if you're looking to play intramural indoor soccer or basketball, take heed of approaching deadlines in January to sign up your team.
basketball-hoop-100x100You've been summoned to court -- the basketball court. Get together a team and sign up to participate in a 3 on 3 Basketball Tournament benefiting the Camille Armstrong Memorial Scholarship Fund.

Is your belly rumbling? UAB Meal Plans and Dining Dollars will be available starting Tuesday, January 8. There are plenty of food locations where you can use your dining budget, and you can still sign up if you haven't already done so.

As part of our efforts to promote a smoke-free campus and healthier lifestyle, we are designating several areas near Volker Hall, Lister Hill Library, and the Peters Building (School of Optometry) as smoke-free areas effective January 2, 2012.

UAB will be closed from Saturday, December 22 until January 1. Offices will reopen on Wednesday, January 2, 2013.

UAB's wreath laying ceremony will honor and remember our nation's veterans. Faculty, staff, students and the public are encouraged to attend this special occasion. 

On the fiftieth anniversary of the transformative civil rights events of 1963, the College of Arts and Sciences will remember and celebrate the past with speakers, music, art, and special classes.
Kick off this year's basketball season in the streets...literally. For the first time in UAB history, the men's basketball scrimmage game will go down on an outdoor court built right on 14th Street next to Heritage Hall. October 19th, fun starts at 6pm.
Could you spare an hour-and-a-half if it would help you graduate?  Come to a Graduation Planning System training session and you'll learn all the ins-and-outs of the newest and most powerful online degree progress tool UAB has to offer.