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Cyclists have a foldable alternative through Green Zone Bikes

Anna Kate Delevan

November 5, 2010

Students and travelers now have an alternative to leaving a bicycle out in the rain or chaining it outside of a building. Green Zone Bikes, a company in Houston, TX specializes in bicycles that are easily portable and “travel...

UA improves green report card

Anna Kate Delevan

November 3, 2010

The University has boosted its environmental grade through many policies enacted friendly since 2007. The College Sustainability Report Card of 2011 has given the University a B+. The report card is a part of The Sustainable Endowment...

Pioneers of integration to speak at Ferg

Anna Kate Delevan

October 27, 2010

Autherine Lucy Foster, James Hood and Vivian Malone Jones took steps toward desegregation in 1956 and 1963 by being the first black students to enroll at the University. Foster, Hood and a family member of the late Jones wil...

Julia’s market now offers online ordering

Anna Kate Delevan

October 26, 2010

There is now an easier way to order a sandwich through Julia's Market in Tutwiler. Julia's now has a link under the student tab in myBama for online ordering during Julia's operating hours. “The online service is available to ...

Construction begins on new psychiatric hospital

Anna Kate Delevan

October 26, 2010

The groundbreaking ceremony for Alabama's new psychiatric hospital on the W.D. Partlow property drew attendees from across the state Tuesday. Cathy Andreen, spokeswoman for the University, said the facility will replace Bryce Ho...

Ferg holds reception for first female SGA president

Anna Kate Delevan

October 20, 2010

Libby Anderson Cater Halaby, the first female president of the Student Government Association at the University of Alabama will attend a reception in her honor today at 5 p.m. in the Anderson Room of the Ferguson Center. “Sh...

Congressman Aderholt to speak tomorrow

Anna Kate Delevan

October 17, 2010

Congressman Robert Aderholt, Representative of the fourth district of Alabama, is scheduled to speak at the University Tuesday, October 19. “Congressman Aderholt always looks forward to speaking to college students about his...

Beat Auburn, Beat Hunger starts this week

Anna Kate Delevan

October 12, 2010

The kick-off for Beat Auburn Beat Hunger food drive began Monday at the Ferguson Center Plaza and will continue until Nov. 22. The Beat Auburn Beat Hunger competition, in which the two rival schools see who can donate the most ...

UA professors do anemone research

Anna Kate Delevan

September 15, 2010

Matthew Jenny, assistant professor of biological science at the University, and his partner, Ann Tarrant, from Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution in Massachusetts, will begin research on the effects of the oil spill on the st...

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Anna Kate Delevan