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Do you dread the dead or kill for the thrill? Real fear lies in the reality of the scare, UAB psychologist says.
Save money, have fun by creating your own Halloween mask at home with a few tips from artist Doug Barrett at UAB.

From a group of 18 young women, Elisabeth Chramer of Trussville was selected as the 2012 Miss UAB and awarded more than $2,000 in scholarships.

Emma Donoghue's Room: A Novel will be the discussion of November's BookTalk.

A UAB professor's original work will be performed by two guest artists Oct. 31.

UAB music students will perform a free choral concert featuring Mozart’s Coronation Mass with a chamber orchestra Oct. 25 at a local church.
The UAB Department of Music welcomes new faculty Brian Kittredge, Won Cho, James Zingara and collaborative pianist Kseniia Polstiankina.
Each Friday Theatre UAB students hit the road to perform traveling shows in the community, teaching and learning at the same time.

Supermarkets, drugstores and neighbors display tombstones, ghosts and vampires; simple steps help protect your child from being scared to leave the house.

Percussion, jazz, opera, computer music and gospel are just a few of the offerings UAB Music will present in November.
Retired UAB professor Horace Huntley, Ph.D., will discuss his book on the history of the Civil Rights Movement in Birmingham.
Henry Panion will conduct an all-star musical tribute to Rev. Joseph Lowery, in honor of the Civil Rights Movement leader’s 90th birthday.

UAB professor of anthropology will be featured in a Discovery Channel documentary airing Oct. 9.

Are sports-crazed parents driving their kids to drop the ball? One UAB professor says maybe so.

The UAB Gospel Choir has selected their favorite songs from the last 15 years for a compilation CD — “Legacy.”

See how UAB alum Kristin Skees cozies up her artistic subjects when she presents a show of her knitted works and photos at the UAB Gallery.
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