The Rude Mechanicals, Tuscaloosa’s free Shakespeare in the park company, is starting its 17th season with the problem play “Measure for Measure,” directed by Dr. Steve Burch, UA professor of theatre.
After conducting surveys on the Magnolia Grove plantation home in Hale County, second-year anthropology graduate student Natalie Mooney may have discovered a pattern to find other slave houses in the Alabama Black Belt region that have been lost to time.
A UA student group will photograph and interview artists who live in the Black Belt as part of a collaborative initiative between the University, the nonprofit Black Belt Treasures Cultural Arts Center and Canon Solutions America.
The University of Alabama’s Action Card Office won four national awards for pioneering the ACT Card in Apple Wallet technology that was released to students, faculty and staff last fall.
The University of Alabama’s English department and Creative Writing Program are offering a Young Writers Camp June 17-21, 8:30 a.m. to 4 p.m., at the Bryant Conference Center.