toms-vagabond-iconThe tour will make a stop at the Campus Green on November 5 from 10 a.m.-4 p.m. to promote the One for One campaign. Students can pick up free swag and create video submissions for internship opportunities.
A jack-o-lantern style basketball passes through the netThis first look at the 2013-14 women's basketball team will include several Halloween-themed activities in the Bartow concourse, and fans of all ages are encouraged to wear their Halloween costumes.
Dragon eyeThe football game is just the tip of the iceberg. Homecoming week traditions also include gurney races on the street, a comedy show, step show, bonfire, parade, and lots more.
BlocktoberfestJoin the fun with carnival games, inflatable jousting, an obstacle course, raffle prizes, music, pie throwing, and more October 22 outside UAB's campus residence halls.
Volunteer opportunities give UAB students the chance to help kids in our communityThe Leadership & Service Council is spearheading a trio of volunteer opportunities October 22-24, including projects with the Red Cross, South Hampton Middle School, and the Ronald McDonald House.
WOW Buffalo 13 ChallengeThink you polish off 10 wings coated in hot sauce? Sign up for the Buffalo XIII Challenge to find out. Festivities will include free food, live music, outdoor games, raffle prizes, and more.
UAB's mascot BlazeBlaze has moved on to Round 2 in the brackets and now faces Seymour D'Campus of Southern Miss. Cast your vote for our beloved dragon on the Conference USA Facebook page.
UAB student Asia Sullivan asks "What do you want to be?"A new TV commercial filmed all over campus has students asking the questions: “What do you want to be?” and “Do you want to change the world?”
Water poured into a glass of beerHypnotist Keith Karkut convinces students they are consuming the most potent alcohol in a program geared to generate an open discussion about responsible drinking.
Out Week at UABOctober is LGBT History Month, and UAB has a number of events lined up to promote equality for our lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, and questioning community.
Dennis Leonard will be the keynote speaker for UAB's 2013 Fall Leadership ConferenceThis year's conference theme is "Putting it All Together," aiming to weave all the different aspects of leadership into a cohesive whole.
Coach Jerod HaaseUAB Basketball Head Coach Jerod Haase and his team will open the 2013-14 season in grand fashion with the second annual outdoor court event set for Friday, October 4.
wow-cafe-iconThe New Orleans-based restaurant chain is probably best known for its chicken wings and tenders (after all, "WOW" stands for "World of Wings") for which they offer 12 different dipping sauces.
job-fairWhether you're seeking an internship, a part-time job, or a career position, there will be opportunities available from a variety of businesses and organizations.
RunningThe second annual two-mile event is held in conjunction with Breast Cancer Awareness Month. Signing up gets you a T-shirt. Then at the finish line you'll find food, a live concert, and more fun stuff.
Soledad O'BrienAs part of Hispanic and Latino Heritage Month, the critically-acclaimed broadcast journalist will present a lecture titled “Diversity on TV: Behind the Scenes and in Our Lives.”
huc-demolition-iconIf you're someone who loves destruction (or, eventually, construction), you can tune in to a live video stream to watch the progress as Hill University Center comes down and a new student center is built in its place.
Crowd of students at UABFor the fifth-straight year, UAB's enrollment numbers are at a record high. The increase in students brings with it an increased need for student services—and they're on the way.
Iron Man 3, slashed helmetAfter a hefty workout of pumping iron, catch a free presentation of the year's most popular movie along with free pizza.
16th St. Baptist Church signSpike Lee, Jamie Foxx, Jill Scott, Condoleezza Rice, and Eric Holder are among those who will help commemorate the 50th anniversary of the 16th Street Baptist Church bombing that took the lives of four girls and galvanized the civil rights movement.