Birmingham-Southern College students enjoy a thriving campus life. Photo via BSC
Transferring to a new college can be daunting, but Birmingham-Southern College (BSC) makes it easy. Keep reading to learn about BSC’s articulation agreements with two-year colleges throughout Alabama, and see why these transfer students chose BSC.
Apply by April 1 to attend Summer 2021. Continue reading “See why these transfer students chose BSC—apply by April 1”
The EcoScape at BSC is a 4-acre outdoor classroom with beneficial bug sculptures, fragrance gardens, and winding paths through a miniature Mobile Basin wetland. Photo via BSC
Wildflower season is my favorite season, and soon it’ll be in full swing.
Birmingham-Southern College plays host to some fantastic pollinator gardens, and we’re taking a closer look. Bonus: learn how to make your own—it’s the perfect activity for social distancing! Continue reading “BeeSC is buzzing—check out their pollinator gardens + learn how to make your own”
Claire LeSar and Aaron Beane are the current co-presidents of BSC’s Art Students League. Photo via Beth Cunningham for Bham Now
If you’ve ever been on
Birmingham-Southern College’s campus, you know it’s beautiful. All red brick and greenery—and in the fall, it’s even more stunning.
Several art students at BSC created a mural on campus that represents one of the school’s most beloved symbols—keep reading to check it out!
Continue reading “New mural at Birmingham-Southern College pays tribute to school symbol (PHOTOS)”
Tania Alvarez, Costume Manager for Falsettos. Photo by Beth Cunningham for Bham Now
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 November 14-17, and we’re giving you an inside look. Falsettos Continue reading “I got a behind-the-scenes look at the production of Falsettos—now you can, too”
Photo of Birmingham native Hugh Martin playing the piano. Martin wrote Have Yourself a Merry Little Christmas. Photo from HughMartin.com
Did you know, one of the most popular Christmas songs of all time was written in the Magic City by Birmingham native
Have Yourself a Merry Little Christmas.
Continue reading “Remembering Birmingham songwriter Hugh Martin and Have Yourself a Merry Little Christmas”
Birmingham-Southern College names Magic City native Daniel Coleman as their 16th President. Photo from the Birmingham-Southern College Facebook page
Birmingham-Southern College has named Daniel Coleman, a Birmingham resident with more than three decades of experience in finance and strong ties to BSC as its 16th president.
Continue reading “Birmingham-Southern College names Daniel Coleman as its 16th President”
Desi Hall. Photo courtesy of Birmingham-Southern College
If you are a fan of
TED Talk YouTube videos and NPR’s TED Radio Hour, check out Birmingham-Southern College’s own TED Talk-like version called 100 Minutes on the Hilltop, this Saturday, April 28th on the BSC campus.
Continue reading “Like TED Talks? You will love Birmingham-Southern College’s 100 Minutes on the Hilltop”
The Briary, considered one of America’s best tobacconists and located in Homewood – via cityvoter.com
Tobacco products are bad for you. In many cases, they’re bad for people around you. But until relatively recently, few universities actually taken steps to do something about tobacco use among their communities. In Philadelphia, for example, four universities have begun a process to ban any tobacco products from their campuses.
Continue reading “Smoked ‘Ham? Unlike some, Birmingham universities aren’t buying a blanket ban on tobacco use”
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I’ve noticed that we at Bham Now give the Pizitz Center a ton of coverage. I’m sure some of that is because we offer native advertising (which this is not, by the way). But I think there’s more to it than just money. I’m writing a love letter to what I see as the under-appreciated star of the Pizitz food hall:
Continue reading “Why I love: Tropicaleo”
She’s the first Native American to ever have an outdoor sculpture installed at the
National Mall in Washington D.C. and was recently honored by the Smithsonian National Museum of the American Indian. Nora Naranjo Morse is serious about the power of women and the legacy of the Pueblos.
Nora Naranjo Morse, via Birmingham Southern College
Continue reading “Award-winning Native American sculptor hosts free talk at BSC”
This mobile app allows parents to easily find babysitters in the surrounding areas, while making it easy for babysitters to find the perfect client.
Tommy Mayfield presents Wyndy to 1MillionCups Birmingham – Photo by Wade Cline
Continue reading “1MillionCupsBham Presentation – “Wyndy””
Waves of funding are becoming increasingly easier to come by, it seems, for events and
innovative dealings within the Bham area.
Along with the recent approval of
TopGolf, the city has moved forward, with a massive amount of funding to host the National Senior Games from June 2nd to the 15th!
Photo By: Florida Sports Foundation
Continue reading “Mid 2017 will Host Quite the Showdown in Birmingham – the National Senior Games”