As spring semesters come to an end and summer begins, many students are left wondering what’s in store for the 2020 fall semester. Hopefully, we can answer some of your burning questions with information from colleges throughout Alabama.Continue reading “Local and state colleges’ plans for Move-in Day and 2020 Fall Semester”
Going behind-the-scenes of pretty much anything is fascinating to me. I’m a big fan of movies, live music, theatre, etc—but there’s always so much more that goes into those productions than we see. The Theatre Department at Birmingham-Southern College is putting on a production of Falsettos November 14-17, and we’re giving you an inside look.Continue reading “I got a behind-the-scenes look at the production of Falsettos—now you can, too”
In 1819, Alabama was covered with rich forests, prairie, wooded grasslands and canebrake (bamboo). Most of that landscape has been lost.
During the ensuing 200 years, we turned our rivers into lakes, forests into farms and lost and then brought back deer, turkey and the Bald Eagle.
This week, I was given an interesting assignment at Bham Now.
Find all the Clock Towers in Birmingham.
One of Birmingham’s fondest moments of President George H.W. Bush was his visit to the Magic City promoting recycling and conservation nearly three decades ago.
Last year, Birmingham-Southern College shocked the world of Higher Education when they announced that the school would be reducing tuition and fees by more than 50 percent starting in the fall of 2018.
On April 28, Birmingham-Southern College will be celebrating the 100th anniversary of the merger of its two parent institutions in Birmingham with a special series of TED Talk-like presentations by current students, alumni and faculty.
For 18 years, Birmingham has held one of the largest MLK, Jr. Day of Service events in the country for a city its size. Continue reading “Giving back: Scenes from the Hands On Birmingham MLK Day of Service”
College tuition makes people angry. Take a look at a graph of tuition prices over time, and it’s easy to see why! Birmingham-Southern College takes a stand against tuition inflation, announcing a drastic published price reduction today.
Full disclosure, I study at BSC right now, it’s how I got this heads-up!
For years U.S. News and World Report has been the “go to” publication for analyzing universities and colleges on their academic and institutional performance.
Check out these 14 classes (and some honorable mentions) you can get college credit for in the Birmingham area. A few really made me consider going back to school just for fun…
I tried really hard to find interesting classes in accounting and finance… Sorry, guys. Impossible.
There is a lot to say about the environment/ecosystem the Magic City inherently promotes for startups – One that is inviting, supportive, and full of great networking opportunities.
These college students, from Birmingham Southern College, have certainly found that in Birmingham by helping others find their match, in a sort of different way.
What’s the old saying – “a picture is worth a thousand words.” Little River Falls, one of Alabama’s most iconic waterfalls, has disappeared as a result of the extreme drought of 2016.