Black Belt Center Brings History Home

The long-awaited Black Belt Oral History Reception was held in Land Hall this Tuesday, Feb. 25. As planned, the oral history website was explained and demonstrated to a full crowd, mostly comprised of elderly interviewees whom the project initially focused on. The...

Why It Is: Sneezing

a semi-regular, not-quite-science column Since his infancy, man has pondered the big questions. Ostensibly the only animal on Earth cursed with the desire to know not just what – but why, he has spent his existence striving to understand the mysterious universe...

Chinese New Year Dawns

Chinese New Year is fast approaching. The lunar calendar resets this year on the January 31 and kicks off the fifteen day celebration of what most consider China’s biggest holiday. Romanized as “The Spring Festival,” Chinese New Year has long been a time...

Black Belt Oral History Reception Coming Soon

UWA has, over the past few years, overseen one of the largest studies of the people that make up the culturally distinct Black Belt region of Alabama, of which Livingston is situated on the far west side of. This is The Black Belt Oral History Project. The projects’...

Loops at Land Busies Idle Hands

Chances are you’re attending college right now with the intent of coming out of your four or so year stint a more rounded, smart and qualified person. Also, you’re willing to pay an exorbitant amount of money to accomplish that. This much is also implied by your...
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