Tim Sutton’s search for a major started at “undecided.” He then tried physics, electrical engineering and computer science. “Turns out, I wasn’t very good at any of those,” said Sutton. Sutton, of Cullman, eventually found his way to the College of Communication and Information Sciences, where he found his niche in telecommunication and film.
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The University of Alabama invites the public to Collaborama, a presentation of collaborative work from student writers, dancers and artists. The event is from 5 to 7 p.m. Thursday, Dec. 5, in the Morgan Hall Auditorium on campus. Admission is free.
The University of Alabama won the 2013 Beat Auburn Beat Hunger Food Drive by collecting 299,398 pounds of food to top Auburn University’s collection of 169,702 pounds of food.
The University of Alabama Circle K student organization will host its annual Luminaries on the Quad event from 4 to 8 p.m. Sunday, Dec. 8. During this community service leadership project, Circle K members arrange thousands of luminary candles on the Quad between Denny Chimes and Gorgas Library and along University Boulevard. The event is free and open to the public.
Students in The University of Alabama’s health education honor society Eta Sigma Gamma will illustrate the dangers of secondhand smoke in a vivid, and somewhat shocking, way during the annual Great American Smokeout Nov. 21.
The University of Alabama’s Women’s Resource Center and the Alabama Program in Sports Communication will co-host a panel discussion titled “Being Brave: Sports and Native American Masculinity.”
The University of Alabama’s Center for Community-Based Partnerships will host a viewing of “The Dialogue,” an hour-long documentary championing international culture, at 6:30 p.m. Thursday, Nov. 14, at the Global Café on University Boulevard.
Language is the shared medium by which we explore our world, and the Hudson Strode Program in Renaissance Studies at The University of Alabama has come up with a novel way to talk about American integration.
Dr. Ned Block, a leading philosopher of mind, will deliver the next lecture in the 2013-2014 Philosophy Today Series.