College News

A&S in the News: July 7-13, 2019

The Alt-Right

The Alt-right’s love affair with Trump is over. Here’s why.: Vice – July 9

President Donald Trump’s July Fourth “Salute to America” was supposed to be a patriotic extravaganza, complete with military tanks, to affirm the country’s greatness under his leadership … “Whenever I talk about the alt-right at this point, I do so in the past tense,” said George Hawley, an assistant political science professor at The University of Alabama and author of two books on the alt-right.
Atlanta Black Star – July 13

Theatre Tuscaloosa

Theatre Tuscaloosa updates ‘Grease’ for 2019 while staying true to the film: Tuscaloosa News – July 11

Callie Walker, Miss Alabama 2018, stars as Sandy, alongside fellow UA musical theater student Nolan McKinney as lovestruck Danny. Theatre Tuscaloosa patrons might remember Callie’s older sister Scarlett Walker as Audrey from the company’s 2013 “Little Shop of Horrors.” Callie Walker followed in the footsteps of her mom, Tower Walker, crowned as Miss Alabama 1985. “She’s absolutely incredible,” McKinney said of the younger Walker, who’s not been around school much this year, fulfilling queenly duties. “Seriously, I cannot have asked for a better co-star to work with. She’s so funny, so crazy and wild and so so so talented. I’m really blessed and honored to be part of this.
Tuscaloosa News – July 13

Learning Spanish

Learning Spanish how to understand and speak a new language z gas tecate telefono: Gas &  Electricity – July 13

Have you ever tried to learn another language, only to abandon your efforts due to boredom or frustration? In this highly effective course, we’re pleased to present an approach that turns the tables on the problems so many people face in learning a new language. This course is designed to cover the curriculum 2015 electricity prices of a first semester college course in Spanish. Throughout the lessons, you’ll explore how to learn a language and start communicating. Your teacher, world-class language instructor Professor Bill Worden of The University of Alabama, has refined this approach over more than 20 years, distilling the step-by-step system that works the best for adult learners.