A new member of the UWA community, the bronze tiger statue watches over students as they walk to Young Cafeteria.
One of the core buildings of campus, Webb Hall houses many administrative offices.
Students enjoy a few moments of rest between classes.
Many areas of campus are filled with colorful flowers and greenery throughout the year.
The festival slogan for this year, “Sucarnochee: 12 Years in the Making,” joins the Alabama Tourism Department’s “The Year of Alabama Makers” theme in recognizing the importance of all makers across the state, including skilled craft workers who make or create things by hand— everything from traditional craft, music and food artisans, to industrial and commercial production artisans across Alabama.
Miracle Jemison of Meridian, Miss., was crowned Miss Paragon at the University of West Alabama on April 12. The junior exercise science major is the daughter of Walter Jemison and Miranda Pulley. The pageant is sponsored by the Blue Key Honor Society at UWA.
The event will focus on youth leadership motivation, entrepreneur opportunities, business dining etiquette, and young entrepreneur showcase. All high school students in the area are invited to attend.
Undergraduate ceremony begins at 10 a.m., graduate ceremony begins at 1:30 p.m.