Wednesday Mar 5
Author Chris Gardner, subject of Will Smith film 'Pursuit of...
BIRMINGHAM, Alabama - Chris Gardner, an author and former stock broker whose rags to riches story was the subject of his autobiography, "The Pursuit of Happyness," and a Will Smith film of the same name, will speak tonight at Birmingham-Southern College .
Wednesday Mar 5
Center for American Progress
Cracking the Edifice of Injustice
Almost 60 years ago, a black Korean War veteran named Clyde Kennard applied to Mississippi Southern College after serving seven years in the Army.
John Godbee Sr. remembered as respected educator, lawmaker
Speak with anyone who knew former state Rep. and retired educator John Godbee Sr., and the word that comes up most often is "fair."
College president offers HHS students good advice
You could hear a pin drop in Hartselle High School Auditorium on Monday while Dr. Charles Krulak, president of Birmingham-Southern College breathed real-life experiences into the subject of leadership and character.
Religion-civil rights panel: gay marriage will be the law and 'most churches will go along with it'
A panel of clergy visiting Birmingham-Southern College Tuesday discussed the role of religion in the civil rights movement and ended up discussing the future of religion and gay rights.
Alabama by the Numbers: Which Alabama city is the best educated?
Commencement at Birmingham-Southern College last year at Bill Battle Coliseum on the BSC campus.
Clyde Kennard: A portrait of honor
In November, several colleagues and I traveled to Washington, D.C., for the historic unveiling of a portrait of Clyde Kennard, a native of Hattiesburg, at Busboys and Poets Restaurant.
Post and Courier
Nat Gunter blends a global wine career with a Charleston address
At the age of 10, Nat Gunter sang his way into the American Boychoir School, where the Tuscaloosa, Ala., native shared classrooms, dorm rooms and a concert tour with young talents from all over the country.
Red Mountain Chamber Orchestra to host Birmingham-Southern competition winners at Sunday...
Winners of the annual Dorsey and Frances Whittington Competition at Birmingham-Southern College will perform at a free concert with the Red Mountain Chamber Orchestra , Sunday, Feb. 16, at 3 p.m. Baritone Nicholas DeCastro of Baton Rouge, La., will sing "Der Vogelfanger bin ich ja," from Mozart's "The Magic Flute," and sophomore tubist Wesley ... (more)