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Announcements for 2/17/2010

Andrew Richardson

February 17, 2010

Campus Voice holds forum for student leaders On Thursday at 5:30 p.m. in the Ferguson Center Ballroom, the SOURCE’s Campus Voice Initiative will host the first Campus Voice Forum. The event is designed to allow reregistered camp...

Bookstores becoming study hot spot

CW Staff

February 17, 2010

“Shhh!” That phrase is the most common one associated with libraries across the country, and some students just can’t seem to keep quiet. Silence can be as loud as The Million Dollar Band blaring in the near background ...

UA community discusses black community

Amanda Bayhi

February 17, 2010

A number of students and faculty members brought forth ideas about ways to strengthen the black community at “Our Voice, Our Leadership, Our Mission: Reclaiming the Black Community.” The African-American Graduate Student A...

Georgetown professor to discuss race

William Evans

February 17, 2010

Sheryll Cashin, a law professor at Georgetown University, will give two talks today in Ferguson Center Room 360. Cashin will speak from noon until 1 p.m. on her book, “The Agitator’s Daughter.” Later, Cashin will deliver a...

City Council approves construction of Riverwalk Place

Brittney Knox

February 17, 2010

Bill Lunsford, owner of Riverwalk Place, said that he was relieved after the Tuscaloosa City Council approved construction of the $7.5 million to $8 million project that will bring 195 jobs to Tuscaloosa. Riverwalk Place is ...

Program helps boost teen girls’ confidence

Hannah Mask

February 17, 2010

Thanks to a program founded by a UA senior, sixth to eighth grade girls are getting a boost to their physical, mental, social and spiritual health. Jackie Parks, a senior majoring in biology and founder of the Beautiful Health pr...

Organic or not, don’t skip fresh food

CW Staff

February 17, 2010

According to a report by ABC News, organic produce costs up to 32 percent more than conventionally grown produce. Despite the drastic price difference between conventionally grown produce and organic produce, consumers continue ...

College student pitches new software

Will Tucker

February 15, 2010

Thursday afternoon, Aaron Wasserman made a pitch to University administrators, technical support employees, and several First Year Council freshmen students. Via teleconference and long-distance screen sharing, Wasserman, from his ...

Entrepreneur program receives recognition

Desiree Mahr

February 15, 2010, a Web site designed to highlight the top entrepreneurship programs in the nation, has selected UA’s entrepreneurship program to be featured as an Undergraduate Model Program. Lou Marino, professor of entrep...

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