While some of us are holding the proverbial fort at Lloyd Hall, New College continues to represent UA in Walker County, Alabama. Read about the New College students participating in the David Mathews Center for Civic Life’s Jean O’Connor-Snyder Internship Program here. And if you are (or if a New College student you know is)
New College is very proud of seniors Randy Arnold and Mark Ortiz, each of whom has earned a Randall Outstanding Undergraduate Research Award for their research. The Randall Awards were established in 1997, when the Randall Publishing Co., now Randall-Reilly Publishing, and the H. Pettus Randall III family created the Program in memory of Henry Pettus Randall Jr., a
Graduates! Please take note of the following details regarding scheduling of the New College Departmental Graduation Ceremony: DATE: Friday May 1, 2015 LOCATION and TIME: Ferguson Theatre, 2:00 p.m. DRESS: cap and gown required, with a white tassel. ACADEMIC HONORS (i.e., cum laude, magna cum laude, summa cum laude): if you are graduating with honors,
New College is proud to have a played a key role in organizing the week-long residence of renowned American composer, performer, and educator, Anthony Braxton, February 18th – 25th. Thanks to the efforts of Professor Andrew Dewar and Mr. Holland Hopson, New College and UA students will have the opportunity to learn from a legend.
On Thursday, Nov. 22, University of Alabama students, faculty, and alumni will converge under the shady trees of the Canterbury Chapel lawn to celebrate the inaugural Creative Space: Art from the Crimson Heart arts and crafts festival. Just in time for the holiday season, festival goers will have the opportunity to purchase artwork from several
2013 marks the 50th anniversary of the desegregation of The University of Alabama. New College has or will sponsor a number of events to commemorate this anniversary. In September Dr. Wilbur Rich, a retired political scientist and author of several books, delivered a university-wide lecture entitled “Growing Up in Segregated Montgomery.” Also in September New