If 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.
Spike 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.
"The Dream Project" encourages UAB students to share their own dreams, hopes, and aspirations, while a screening of the documentary "Building the Dream" examines the creation of the Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. Memorial.
You can expect to see a lot of construction on the UAB campus soon. Not only will we get a new student center to replace the HUC, but a sixth student residence hall and a revamped student health and wellness center will also be built.
Does a looming graduation date have you worried about what you'll do next? UAB's Career and Professional Development Services is hosting a free conference designed to alleviate the stresses of your transition from school into the workforce.
Best College Reviews featured UAB in their list of "The 25 Most Amazing Campus Student Recreation Centers" in America. If you've visited our Campus Recreation Center, the ranking will come as no surprise.
What 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.
February 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.