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Print credits are not coming back

Crimson White Email Edition
Monday, February 11, 2008
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Print credits are not coming back

Some students in the College of Arts and Sciences were surprised when they came back from Christmas break to find the free print credits they relied on had been replaced with the Uniprint system. Before winter break, students were allotted 300 free print credits.

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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 The Scene - Oscars Contest Ballot

The Oscars are coming soon, and Corey Craft thinks he has all the answers. Now's your chance to prove that you know better, and you can win a prize while you're at it. Print out this ballot and bring it to the Office of Student Media no later than February 22. Full Story

Campus INbrief

article icon Page 2 announcements for Monday, February 11th, 2008

Corrections In Wednesday's edition of The Crimson White, a story about the Alabama Clay Conference said a pot is 800,000 years old. The pot is really 500 years old. Also, in Friday's issue of The Crimson White, a student in the story entitled "Hip-Hop Summit examines genre" was named as April Sanders. Full Story


article icon New rules positive

Generally, we don't have many positive remarks when it comes to the SGA Senate. We complain that they don't pass legislation, and then we complain about the legislation they do pass. We attack the relative anonymity in which they work, but we don't hold students to the same standard when it comes to keeping track of their senators. Full Story


article icon Chinese New Year celebrated at UA

It was nearly 10 p.m., the celebration was over and the room that had been so full a few minutes before was nearly empty, dotted with abandoned plates and not more than 30 people, cleaning up, laughing and singing karaoke. All of the songs were in Chinese, with characters instead of words flashing on the screen, until a familiar Lynyrd Skynyrd tune - "Sweet Home Alabama" - pounded through the speakers. Full Story


article icon 'Irma Vep' features spooks and laughs

The cast and crew of the UA Department of Theatre and Dance's latest production, "The Mystery of Irma Vep," have their work cut out for them. Aside from juggling school and social lives while rehearsing for the play, the greater task has been intricately working out a total of 44 costume changes between the play's two actors, which runs Tuesday through Sunday at the Allen Bales Theatre. Full Story


article icon Tide posts season-high score against Arkansas

After falling to the top-ranked team a week ago and looking forward to a week off on Feb. 15, a team could sometimes get caught looking too far ahead or hanging on to the disappointment of a loss. But that wasn't the case for the Crimson Tide gymnastics team, which rebounded with a vengeance Friday night and posted a season-high 196. Full Story

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