Category: Briefs

SGA to hold large yard sale for students and faculty

The Student Government Association in conjunction with The Crimson White will be hosting the first UA Yard Sale in the parking lot of Canterbury Chapel on Saturday from 10 a.m until 2 p.m. The yard sale is open to all students, faculty and community members to sell their goods. All students and members of the community are welcome to come […]

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Bus carrying UA cheerleaders involved in crash near Montgomery

Bus carrying UA cheerleaders involved in crash near Montgomery

A charter bus transporting University of Alabama cheerleaders from the BCS National Championship Game in Miami was involved in an accident Tuesday night. The crash involved two other cars, one carrying UA students. WSFA-12 in Montgomery first reported the accident. According to a UA spokesperson, no one on the charter bus was injured, but one student from the other car […]

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SGA concert tickets prices reduced

The Student Government Association has announced a decrease in ticket prices for the Thursday, Nov. 8 RAGE concert featuring B.o.B. at the Tuscaloosa Amphitheater. Student and guest tickets for the concert are now on sale for $10. The SGA previously priced the tickets at $25 for students and the additional two guest tickets at $30 each, only for purchase through […]

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Ferguson Center to sell discounted Avett Brothers concert tickets

The Ferguson Center will sell discounted student tickets to the Avett Brothers concert featuring Grace Potter and the Nocturnals. The headlining folk group’s show will be held at the Tuscaloosa Amphitheater on Thursday, Oct. 11, at 7:30 p.m. The band previously sold out the amphitheater’s opening night on April 1, 2011, but they are returning to showcase their sixth recently […]

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Alabama guard Ben Eblen to forgo senior season

University of Alabama guard Ben Eblen will forgo his senior season with the men’s basketball team, he and head coach Anthony Grant announced Wednesday. “I want to thank the basketball program, The University, the Tuscaloosa community and my teammates for the best three years of my life,” Eblen said. “The relationships and memories created in Tuscaloosa will last a lifetime. […]

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