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For more information, contact David Miller, UA Strategic Communications, at 205-348-0825 or david.c.miller@

The zero test score will be considered your lowest and will be dropped. Since you have only one drop test grade for the semester, it is important to take every test seriously, and to take it on time.

Do not rely on an earlier test as being your drop just in case a situation arises later in the semester where you might need to apply the drop. For 005, 100, 110 and 121: If any one of the 5 tests is missed due to ANY circumstance, no makeup test will be given.

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MAKE-UP POLICY FOR HOMEWORK AND QUIZZES(from syllabus): If homework or quizzes are missed due to ANY circumstance, the zero scores will be part of your dropped assignments.

Students are taught multiple topics of computer science while learning to program a computer in several contexts. Black Panther and the Black Arts Movement in the Paul R.

The camps are taught by UA faculty in a manner that encourages self-exploration across multiple projects. To better determine a precise date and location for interviews, contact Bryant Welbourne, UA Strategic Communications, at bryant.welbourne@

SEW is in its 39 year of providing three weeks of arts, math and science activities to students in grades kindergarten through eight. For more information, contact David Miller, UA Strategic Communications, at 205-348-0825 or david.c.miller@or Dr. SWIM TO THE TOP — Swim to the Top is a swimming, physical education and academic enrichment summer camp sponsored by UA’s Division of Community Affairs.

Reporters are invited to attend the arts and computer coding classes each day this week from 11 a.m. This camp works to improve campers’ swim skills and water safety and also emphasizes science, nutrition and literacy in a fun environment.

‘WOMEN OF THE TIDE’ EXHIBIT – UA Museums will showcase the contributions and achievements women have made at the Capstone through “Women of the Tide: 125 Years of Women at The University of Alabama,” an exhibit that opens June 29 at the Gorgas House Museum on the UA campus.

The exhibit will feature several themes, including women in the military, sports, social activities and celebrities, among others, with each theme having a multitude of artifacts. For more information, contact Bryant Welbourne, UA Strategic Communications, at bryant.welbourne@or 205-348-8325.

MAKE-UP POLICY FOR TESTS(from syllabus): For 112, 113 and 115.