Joseph Stitt is one of the wonderful faces of the English faculty whose eccentric nest rests in the Berte Humanities building.
Arts & Culture
Dr. Daune Pontius has been a professor of physics at Birmingham-Southern for almost twenty years. After getting his undergrad at BSC, Dr. Pontius obtained his PhD in Space Physics and Astronomy from the prestigious Rice University in Texas.
To initiate this project, BSC student Keyamber Ford agreed to take her first-ever Myers-Briggs personality test on camera. We began with this test because it is frequently associated with conversations about identity.
Inspired by the painting, A Sunday Afternoon on the Island of La Grande Jatte by George Seurat, James Lapine’s writing along with Stephen Sondheim’s masterful composition presents a work of musical theatre unlike any other.Read More
Lessons and Carols, a beloved BSC tradition in its 82nd year, will be taking place on December 2nd at 4:30 pm at Canterbury United Methodist Church. Not only does this event count as a culture credit, but it is also a wonderful way to take a break from the stress of upcoming finals and kick off the Christmas season! For Freshman Concert Choir member Maria Potts, this service will be especially meaningful because it will be her first time to join in on a family tradition. Maria’s parents, Daniel and Ellen (Woodward) Potts (class of 1988) and her older sister Julie Potts (class of 2018) will be performing with the alumni choir, and Maria is eager to continue the family legacy.Read More
On November the 8th at 3:30 in Harbert Auditorium, Birmingham-Southern (BSC) graduate will be speaking about her recently published, award-winning novella, In the Desert. Abbey Lenzie (class of 2013) majored in Media and Film Studies and minored in creative writing. Her novella recently won the 2018 Plaza Literary Prize. Before coming to her event on Thursday, Bagheera asked her a few questions.Read More
She’s All the BuzzRead More
Anita Klasing, a Spanish in the Workplace major and Music minor from Mountain Brook, Alabama completed a twenty page Spanish paper on the relationship between the United States and Puerto Rico for her Capstone project this past semester.Read More
American poets watch as poetry-book sales dwindle and the entire state of fine arts seems to face the threat of dilapidation. In 1988, Joseph Epstein released his deep-cutting criticism on poetry through an essay titled “Who Killed Poetry?” While Epstein laid the blame on the shoulders of the poets of his generation, any modern-day poet is likely to blame a decreasing poetry market-place. In 2006, D.W. Fenza offered his own response to Epstein’s criticism with an article he called, “Who Keeps Killing Poetry?” Fenza claims poetry has become “a market-model formula” of sellers and consumers.Read More
They’re messing with the seats.Read More
A Birmingham-Southern Graduate's Bob-Dylan-Approved RestaurantRead More
BSC Theatre Alum Directs Spring ProductionRead More
The Diwali festival is Hosted by the Cross Cultural Committee and Love AsiaRead More
Audition Emotions for BSC's Upcoming PlayRead More
A Talk with the Founder of Belladonna MagazineRead More
The Voices of Lessons and CarolsRead More
A Lively Celebration of the Dead in Birmingham, AlabamaRead More
C3 Brings Light to Our CampusRead More
Celebrating Hispanic Heritage MonthRead More
This BSC Short Film Tells a Story with a Single MotifRead More