Get to know the student exhibitionists

Get to know the student exhibitionists

Each year, hopeful students put in hours of hard work aiming to earn a coveted spot in UAB’s Juried Exhibition. While many submit their pieces, only a few have works that are accepted and put on display. Three students that have been chosen as juried exhibitionists include Marlon Jones, Levi Sanford and Makayla Hammock.

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Watching a great film is only a click away

Watching a great film is only a click away

With midterms and spring-time stress creeping in, it is a perfect time to settle in and watch a movie to relieve a bit of that stress. Luckily, UAB students have a variety of options available when it comes to watching movies for free or discounted prices.

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The season of change

The season of change

Sophia Aultman is not your typical college student. Where 90 percent of university students are 18 to 19 years old and a fresh graduate from high school, Aultman is a 31-year-old single mother of four.

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Showing Off UAB's student organizations

Showing off UAB's student organizations

“We also want it to be a safe space for black women on campus to voice their opinions, be heard and promote their ideas on a predominantly white campus,” said Erica Campbell, president of the Blazer Women Mentoring Excellence Network (BWOMEN). Read more about BWOMEN and other black student organizations.

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LIBRARIES ON CAMPUS TO RECEIVE SOME 'TLC'

LIBRARIES ON CAMPUS TO RECEIVE SOME 'TLC'

According to the UAB Reporter, over $2 million has been invested in collections, resources and personnel “dedicated to physical” renovations and improvements.

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UAB GARDENS PLANTS SEEDS OF PHILANTHROPY

UAB GARDENS PLANTS SEEDS OF PHILANTHROPY

Recently, UAB Gardens has partnered with the Blazer Kitchen to bring fresh produce to students, faculty and UAB Clinic patients who battle food insecurity.

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STUDENTS BECOME 'FOREFRONT OF CHANGE'

STUDENTS BECOME 'FOREFRONT OF CHANGE'

Recently, the conversation about human rights in Birmingham has turned to engage the younger generation. Some students have advice on how to become involved in human rights.

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No More Exemptions, UAB to be new home for all freshman

NO MORE EXEMPTIONS, UAB TO BE NEW HOME FOR ALL FRESHMEN

In Fall 2020, UAB will require all freshmen to live on campus, a move that will coincide with the opening of a new 700-bed freshman residence hall and bring more cars to campus.

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Feeling Gray with Mid Semester Blues

FEELING GRAY WITH MID SEMESTER BLUES

As the weeks get closer to midterms, for some students, it can feel as though the semester has already taken its toll.

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From the Basement to Big Stages

FROM THE BASEMENT TO BIG STAGES

fter humble beginnings of songwriting in his friend’s Alexzander Isaiah Duck sophomore in music technology said music has become a part of his identity. “I write (all of the band’s) music,” Duck said. “I do all of the lyrics and music and whenever it’s time to make it into a full song with the (band), I’ll just bring it to everyone and let them add their own (style) to it within the structure that I put in front of them.”

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Holsey Uses His 'Fire' in Faith

HOLSEY USES HIS 'FIRE' IN FAITH '

If you want to hear Josh Holsey, senior in biology, working on his new songs, chances are, you’ll find him in his car.

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How Do You Feel About Diversity at UAB

HOW DO YOU FEEL ABOUT DIVERSITY AT UAB

"Diversity at UAB is kind of different because everywhere I’ve been everyone’s the same color, the same race the same religion. When you come to UAB whenever you enter a room there’s a lot of diversity in how people think and therefore the way that people exchange ideas is so important."

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