Announcements for 9/1/2010

Jon Lunceford


In the August 30 edition of The Crimson White, a story mistakenly stated that Citizen Cope and Drive-By Truckers will be playing at The Dixie when the concerts will actually be held at the Bama Theatre. The story also stated that a sprinkler system has already been installed at The Dixie when it has not yet. In fact, The Dixie has at least three more months of work before the main room can be opened. The Crimson White regrets the error and is happy to set the record straight.

UA Student wins film contest

UA student Henry Busby won a $5,000 scholarship for a commercial he filmed for Bridgestone Tires. Busby, a junior majoring in telecommunication and film, entered a contest by Bridgestone to film a commercial warning young people against the risks of driving drunk or distracted. The Tuscaloosa native’s commercial showed cars in a junkyard with quotes such as “this call can’t wait,” telling possible stories about how cars got there. Read more at

First Year Council applicants must reapply

Due to a technical issue on the SGA website, applications for First Year Council submitted prior to 3:00 p.m. on Wednesday, Aug. 25 were lost. Students may reapply until the new extended deadline of Friday, Sept. 3 at 5:00 p.m. The freshman class will receive a university email informing them of this mishap.

Community Service Center to host annual Volunteer Expo

The University of Alabama Community Service Center will hold a Volunteer Expo Thursday, Sept. 2, in the Ferguson Center. The expo, which lasts from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m., aims to connect students with nonprofit organizations they may be interested in.

Organizations will help students get more involved in their community and provide information about service projects and local agencies.

To learn more about service projects and opportunities to volunteer, students can request information from the CSC office in 346 Ferguson Center.