Diem BrownDiem Brown, a six-time competitor on MTV's "The Challenge" and two-time survivor of ovarian cancer, will speak at UAB as part of Women's History Month.
Soul foodWhat could be more comforting on a chilly February day than a good, hot meal? In a celebration of African-American culture, the Commons on the Green will be serving up a selection of traditional soul food Feb. 26.
Hip-hop artist CommonThe Grammy award-winning hip-hop artist Common will appear Monday, Feb. 25 in Bartow Arena. His lecture, "One Day It'll All Make Sense," bears the same name as his memoir and his third album.
USGA 2013-2014 executive officersResults are in from USGA elections for 2013-2014 officers.  Andrew Hayes was elected as USGA president, while Ali Massoud was elected vice-president.  Runoffs will be required in multiple fields.
UAB Campus Dining 2nd annual Cupcake Decorating ContestFebruary hasn't given us enough holidays to celebrate, so it's time for another one -- the 2nd annual UAB Cupcake Decorating Contest!  OK, so maybe it's not a nationally-recongized holiday (yet), but we all know the world would be a better place with more cupcakes.
vote-buttonWith the Presential election only a few months behind us, it's time to head to the polls again -- this time to elect new officers for UAB's Undergraduate Student Government Association.
skyfall-icon-01The latest James Bond movie will be screened Tuesday, Feb. 19 on the Campus Green, and we're confident that 007 will stop the sky from falling (while making lots of things explode).
UAB Gang Green does the Harlem ShakeIf you missed UAB Gang Green's Harlem Shake extravaganza at Bartow, don't worry -- it's preserved on YouTube for all eternity. But they're not the only ones who've been shakin' on the UAB campus.
uab-dining-social-media-contest-iconStay in the know about special menus, events, services, new dining locations, and more from UAB Campus Restaurants by following them in your favorite social media outlets. And maybe win a free coupon booklet valid at UAB campus dining locations, too!
motorcycle helmetBlazer fans are invited to be a part of the dance absurdity for a mass exhibition of the Harlem Shake during UAB's basketball game against Rice, Feb. 16 in Bartow Arena. Watch as Gang Green president Dustin Welborn gives a demonstration.
Multi-directional road signDo you love to travel?  What if you could visit different parts of the globe while still earning your degree from UAB?  Check out the Study Away Fair to find out how you can earn a scholarship to do just that.
Cupid13 different community organizations will pitch their most interesting and challenging projects in 5 minutes or less to groups of rotating UAB faculty and students. Impress your Valentine's Day sweetheart by volunteering for one.
UAB president Ray L. Watts, M.D.Dr. Watts, a Birmingham native, UAB alumnus, and former Dean of the School of Medicine, was unanimously appointed president of UAB by the Univeristy of Alabama System Board of Trustees.
Dragon at Birmingham Chinese FestivalAccording to the Chinese zodiac, the Year of the Dragon is at its end, but the UAB Blazers may have something to say about that!  You can join the celebration of the Chinese New Year with the Birmingham Chinese Festival Association Feb. 9.
UAB head football Coach Garrick McGeeJoin head coach Garrick McGee and the UAB coaching staff Wednesday, Feb. 6 for an inside look into our team's 2013 football signing class.  The first 200 fans will also get free BBQ from Full Moon.
Sorry, We're ClosedThe office of the Registrar will be closed Thursday and Friday, Feb. 7-8, as it is moved from HUC to its new home in what is known as the "1605 Building."
Black History MonthWith the conjunction of the 50 Years Forward commemoration of the Birmingham Civil Rights Movement, February is abounding with local events celebrating people of color, and UAB's Black Student Awareness Committee has a full calendar lined up.
FootballWant to watch the game with friends?  UAB's Campus Rec Center and The Diner have activities planned in conjunction with Super Bowl XLVII.

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.