Wednesday, February 27, 2008

Crimson Conversations meets candidates

Crimson White Email Edition
Wednesday, February 27, 2008
Tuscaloosa Weather: HI 45 / LO 27 Mostly Sunny

Crimson Conversations meets candidates

SGA presidential candidates Cason Kirby and Stephen Saucier faced off for the first time Monday night on The Capstone 90.7 FM's "Crimson Conversations," hosted by Corbin Martin, and the topics discussed ranged from platform ideas to arrest records. Kirby, SGA vice president for student affairs, said he's running because he thinks he's the candidate who's best able to help advance the University.

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In This Issue:

Down Arrow News | Down Arrow Campus INbrief | Down Arrow Opinion | Down Arrow INfocus | Down Arrow Entertainment | Down Arrow Sports |


article icon Slow housing market may help students

The process of finding a place to live after graduating can seem like a daunting one for some students. There are credit scores to think about, loans to pay off and future salaries to consider. But house or apartment hunting doesn't have to be so frightening. Full Story

Campus INbrief

article icon Announcements for Wednesday, Feb. 27, 2008

CW to hold SGA debate Wednesday The annual Crimson White SGA Executive Candidates Debate will be today at 7 p.m. in The Zone in Bryant-Denny Stadium. There is no admission charge and all students are encouraged to attend to see what their future SGA leaders have in store for them. Full Story


article icon Questions in case

CBS' "60 Minutes" took a look at former governor Don Siegelman's corruption trial in a segment Sunday night, and the program raised some interesting questions. But we're not sure it will change anything for Siegelman, who sits in jail after being convicted of six bribery-related charges and one count of obstruction of justice. Full Story


article icon UA chancellor helps boost system

Malcolm Portera walks through the UA campus and past the building renovations and construction projects every morning that he is in town. Portera, the chancellor of the UA System, walks three miles for his health every morning he can. His wife Olivia has a treadmill she uses at their house, but he said he cannot walk in place for an hour. Full Story



In art critiques, it is considered only proper to focus on the art itself, rather than the artist behind it. But fortunately for me (and for you, I can assure), this is not an art critique but a movie review, and so now I don't know why I brought the thing up in the first place. Full Story


article icon Hall suspended for team rules violation

Sophomore Prince Hall is suspended from the football team indefinitely, Alabama head coach Nick Saban said Wednesday. Cited for a "violation of team rules and policies relative to behavior," the linebacker will not participate in the fourth quarter off-season workout program or spring practice, Saban said. Full Story

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