Former Death Row Inmate Anthony Ray Hinton set to share his story and discuss the Criminal Justice in America

WHEN: March 29, beginning @ 10 a.m. with a 12 p.m. luncheon to follow (see below for details). WHERE: Lecture @ ASU’s Abernathy College of Education auditorium; luncheon in the ASU Hardy Student Center’s ballroom. The news media is invited to cover one of the most poignant American justice and human interest stories to emerge in decades as Alabama State University’s College of Liberal Arts & Social Science’s Distinguished … Continue reading Former Death Row Inmate Anthony Ray Hinton set to share his story and discuss the Criminal Justice in America

Nat King Cole’s Brother “Freddie” Tours Nat’s Historic Birthplace on ASU Campus

When:  Sunday (March 17), @ Noon.  Where:  The Nat King Cole Historic Birth Home; on ASU’s campus, Harris Way Drive (near the arched gateway over I-85). NOTE: The public is invited. The Nat King Cole Society and Alabama State University’s National Center for the Study of Civil Rights and African-American Culture invites the news media to come and interview Nat King Cole’s brother – Freddie Cole – as he revisits his and Nat’s … Continue reading Nat King Cole’s Brother “Freddie” Tours Nat’s Historic Birthplace on ASU Campus

Two ASU Voice Majors Winners at Prestigious Vocal Institute

Two Alabama State University voice majors were winners in the Emerging Artists Recital Competition at The Montgomery Symphony Orchestra’s 12th annual Vann Vocal Institute at Huntingdon College. Student-participants received exceptional feedback and at the conclusion of the two-day Institute, 10 of the most accomplished participating young singers performed in the competition with prizes that totaled at $12,000. From ASU, Zabriel Rivers won second place and received an … Continue reading Two ASU Voice Majors Winners at Prestigious Vocal Institute

BBVA Compass Bank & ASU Co-sponsor Small Business Networking/Education Opportunity for Locals to Learn & Grow

– Free and open to all –   – The seminar is co-sponsored by BBVA Compass Bank & ASU’s Small Business Development Center – WHEN: March 20 (Wednesday), from 4:30-7:30 p.m. WHERE: Island Delight Jamaican Restaurant, downtown @ 36 Dexter Avenue, Montgomery. The seminar is being held on March 20, (Wednesday), from 4:30 to 7:30 p.m. at the Island Delight Jamaican Restaurant, which is in downtown Montgomery, at 36 Dexter Avenue. The event is free and … Continue reading BBVA Compass Bank & ASU Co-sponsor Small Business Networking/Education Opportunity for Locals to Learn & Grow

ASU Music & Theatre Majors Claim Awards at NATS Competition

Six of Alabama State University’s music and theatre majors matched their talents against hundreds of students across Alabama to come home as the top-winners at the recent Alabama Chapter of National Association of Teachers of Singing (NATS) student auditions at the University of Mobile. A total of 15 ASU vocal and theatre majors competed in the competition with six advancing to its nationals. The ASU team … Continue reading ASU Music & Theatre Majors Claim Awards at NATS Competition

ASU’s Career Services Presents “Soul Damage: Surviving Childhood Trauma”

Join us tonight at Alabama State University for a movie and panel discussion titled “Soul Damage: Surviving Childhood Trauma,” which is sponsored by ASU’s office of Career Services. The event takes place from 7 p.m. – 9 p.m. in the ASU Hardy Student Center ballroom. It is free and open to the public. Immediately following the movie is a panel discussion about the film and … Continue reading ASU’s Career Services Presents “Soul Damage: Surviving Childhood Trauma”

New ASU Theatre Play ‘Tartuffe’ tells an age-old story with humor

WHEN: March 13-16 (Wednesday-Saturday), 7 p.m. nightly. WHERE: ASU’s Leila Barlow Theatre in the Tullibody Fine Arts Building, 845 S. Jackson St. Alabama State University’s Department of Theatre presents a modern adaption of Moliere’s “Tartuffe” by Robert Caisley at 7 p.m. nightly on March 13-16 (Wednesday-Saturday) at the ASU Leila Barlow Theatre in the Tullibody Fine Arts Building, 845 S. Jackson St. Originally performed in … Continue reading New ASU Theatre Play ‘Tartuffe’ tells an age-old story with humor