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Barefoot discusses blues’ lyrics sung by female artists

Cate Kennedy

February 3, 2010

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In conjunction with African-American Heritage Month, the Brown Bag Lecture Series will feature an exploration and discussion of traditional blues songs performed by 20th century black female singers. The lecture will be held t...

SGA breaks spending rule for trip

Alan Blinder

January 21, 2010

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A Student Government Association official admitted Wednesday that SGA leaders broke student government spending rules by paying more than $4,700 for five students – including four SGA leaders – to travel to California for a community service event scheduled around the BCS Nati...

Rec center parking now open to students daily

Hannah Mask

January 21, 2010

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The University is now allowing anyone with a campus-parking pass to park at the Student Recreation Center on weekdays before 7 p.m., said James Fowler, SGA vice president for external affairs. Fowler said the change was made due to the high volume of student complaints, and because the...

UA center strives to combine academia, real world experience

Caroline Taylor

January 21, 2010

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The public relation departments goal to combine college educators and curriculum more actively with the workplace has been engaged with a program called the 2010 Fellowship for Public Relations Educators, headed by the Plank Ce...

Students volunteer during holiday

Hannah Mask

January 21, 2010

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While many students may have spent their Martin Luther King Jr. day sleeping in and relaxing, a group of UA students participating in the Alternative Break Program traveled to Greensboro to volunteer with community service pr...

Pasadena rings victory and wedding bells

Jennie Kushner

January 21, 2010

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As confetti dropped in celebration of a 13th national title for the Crimson Tide, so did Stephen Mitchell, to one knee, to propose to girlfriend Charlee Canning, a senior majoring in elementary education. Mitchell, a senior ...

Championship could help boost admissions

William Evans

January 21, 2010

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Many students would agree that collegiate sports attract large crowds of people to college campuses. At the University, football is no exception. A legacy of national championships coupled with an undefeated team this season has revived the Tide’s status as a formidable national ...

Announcements for 1/21/2010

CW Staff

January 21, 2010

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Student organization resource meeting planned for next week Foresight is an interactive workshop designed to equip and empower student organizations through providing information about the various resources available around campus. F...

Campus quiet over winter break

Kellie Munts

January 20, 2010

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Aside from several burglaries and one robbery, the campus saw very little criminal activity after students left for the winter break in December, UAPD Officer Andy Liles said. Nine burglaries were reported to the University of Alabam...

SGA in final stretch

Patty Vaughan

January 20, 2010

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The SGA has two months remaining, and officers say they are not slowing down. “The Student Government Association is looking forward to the upcoming months and eager to finish out the term on a strong note,” said Steven Ol...

News Analysis: Mass. Senate race shows national mood

Alan Blinder

January 20, 2010

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For Democrats, the death of Edward Kennedy was supposed to mean the loss of one of their most recognizable figures, a voice that embodied old school liberalism. Kennedy’s August death was not supposed to trigger the party’s...

LITE helps shine awareness on illiteracy

Jennie Kushner

January 20, 2010

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With more than 700 volunteers, Literacy Is The Edge looks to increase involvement to decrease illiteracy rates in West Alabama. Louise Crow, president of LITE, said one in four Alabama residents arefunctionally illiterate. She said ...

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