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Stanford professor to discuss human genetics

Amanda Sams

January 15, 2010

What differentiates human beings from all other animals in the kingdom? Carlos D. Bustamante, a professor in genetics from Stanford University, is traveling from Palo Alto, Calif. to the University to address this question. His lecture,...

Alabama unemployment rate drops

Taylor Holland

January 15, 2010

Alabama received good news on the job front recently, as figures were released showing that the state’s unemployment rate dropped in November for the first time since September 2007. The state Department of Industrial Relations...

O’Neil oversees development at A&S

Amanda Bayhi

January 15, 2010

Larry O’Neil, director of development for the College of Arts and Sciences, said his job is like that of a Sherpa, or guide, in terms of how he works within the college. In the same vein, O’Neil said he helps people find wa...

Lobbyists express concerns over 2010 education budget

Eryn Phillips

January 15, 2010

The Alabama Legislature opened its session Tuesday after Gov. Bob Riley’s State of the State address, which made it clear that officials and lobbyists have work to do. Key issues facing the Legislature this session include t...

National Championship Celebration

Brittney Knox

January 15, 2010

After the national championship win on Jan. 7, Alabama fans will be able to attend the celebration for the football team in Bryant-Denny Stadium beginning at 2 p.m. on Saturday. The gates will open at noon for this free even...

Announcements for 1/15/2009

CW Staff

January 15, 2010

Crimson Ride/348-Ride operations adjusted for MLK, Jr. holiday Crimson Ride will not operate on Monday since the University is closed in observance of the Martin Luther King Jr. holiday. 348-Ride will not operate on Sunday, Jan...

Student dies of unknown cause

Katy Turnbull

January 15, 2010

UA student Adam A. Ray, a freshman majoring in accounting, died Jan. 3 of an unknown cause, according to a statement released by the University. “He had accepted Christ and we know we will see him again,” said his father, G...

Students experience more than just a victory

Patty Vaughan

January 15, 2010

Students and alumni gathered inside the old Rose Bowl to watch the team play to victory, and for some, it was the chance of a lifetime. Whit Morgan, a UA alumnus who majored in biology, said he got to see firsthand what he had been hearing about for years. ...

Lakeside floods over break
Officials think frozen pipes caused problems

Mari Johnson

January 15, 2010

Unseasonably low temperatures seem to be the cause of the flooding in Lakeside West during the Break. “We are speculating that because of the recent freakishly low temperatures, the pipes froze, allowing water to work its way down to the sprinkler heads,” said Andy Beville, UA director of housing...

Announcements from 1/14/2010

CW Staff

January 14, 2010

Send your football photos to The CW today The Crimson White is publishing the best student-submitted photos from the 2009 football season in Friday’s edition. Send your pictures along with your name, year and major to news@cw....

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