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Planting life brings inside joy: Reinvigorate indoor space with seasonal splendor on a budget

FLOWER STANDrgb

Norton’s Florist displays plant baskets, which are a blend of different floral arrangements.
Photo by Kristinia Balciunaite/Life and Style Editor

By Kristinia Balciunaite, Life and Style Editor

Living in a tiny dorm can be dull and depressing. There are many elements that could be used to lighten up a sad room, but one, in particular, is often overlooked. Plants and flowers alike are both cheap and effective room enhancers.

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Your guide to: Finals week study spots

Finals week study spots

- By Kristina Balciunate, Assistant Branding and Outreach Manager

Late April at UAB can only mean one thing: finals week is almost upon us. To help you prepare for long days and late nights of cramming for your exams, we've put together a list of places around Birmingham, both on and off campus, to make your studying a little more bearable.

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AEIVA reimagined: ‘Facing the Hyperstructure’ creates an immersive, sensorial installation

AEIVA reimagined

A design on the wall captives elements of Jessica Angel’s installment at Abroms-Engel Institute for the Visual Arts. Photo by Ian Keel/Photo Editor

- By Tessa Case, Managing Editor

The white walls of the Abroms-Engel Institute for the Visual Arts are no more, as well as the clear distinction between where the physical space ends or begins, and that’s before you put on the 3D glasses.

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AAO displays culture through exhibition, competition at Taste of India

AAO displays culture through exhibition

Students from UAB and various other colleges attend Taste of India at the Alys Stephens center to spread the Indian culture through dance and music. Photo courtesy of Cole Parks

- By Sufia Alam, Campus Reporter

This year, UAB’s Asian American Organization changed their main event’s name from Taste of Asia to Taste of India.

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