UA Crossroads wishes all students, faculty, and staff
a great conclusion to this spring semester, and
we join in CONGRATULATING all those who are graduating!
Our newsletter will resume next fall, when we will continue to share ways you can engage diversity at
The University of Alabama!

A Service of Reflection and Hope and Labyrinth on the Lawn

Wednesday, April 27
6:00 pm
Trinity United Methodist
729 Paul Bryant Drive

Five years ago this Wednesday Tuscaloosa was devastated by a series of powerful tornadoes.  Join us for an ecumenical service from 6-7pm to reflect and pray. There will also be a walking prayer labyrinth on the lawn for folks to use throughout the day as you wish.

(Re)Pair: Heather Whidden MFA Thesis Exhibition

April 1-29
5:00 - 8:00 pm
UA Gallery, Dinah Washington Cultural Arts Center, Downtown Tuscaloosa

Friday, April 1, 5:00 - 8:00 pm, UA Art Gallery (First Friday)

(Re)pair features works which explore moments, events, relationships, and how experiences shape identity. Whidden says, "Fabric is saturated in pigment, pulled apart, stitched together, and subjected to natural weathering to simulate events of the past, present, and the space between these moments. 

Image credit: Heather Whidden, In the Being from Within. Image courtesy of the artist. 

Discover Diversity at UA Crossroads

UA's Crossroads Community Center is an initiative of the Division of Community Affairs. Crossroads provides resources on diversity and inclusion through intercultural engagement opportunities. We...
  • build relationships across campus cultures through innovative programs and dialogue initiatives.
  • facilitate collaborative cultural programming with students, faculty, and staff.
  • serve as a resource for organizations addressing challenging intercultural issues on campus and in the broader community.

  • conduct engaged scholarship through creative activity designed to increase knowledge for today's global society.