Thursday, February 28, 2008

SGA forum fosters debate

Crimson White Email Edition
Thursday, February 28, 2008
Tuscaloosa Weather: HI 58 / LO 36 Mostly Sunny

SGA forum fosters debate

A heated political debate Wednesday night got so many UA students in The Zone that it became a fire safety issue. The Crimson White-sponsored SGA executive debate was held in The Zone of the Bryant-Denny Stadium, and the number of students crowding the room led to an announcement to clear the fire exits.

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article icon Two candidates run for external affairs VP

Kendra Key runs for VP of external affairs Sophomore says she is best candidate By Paul Thompson Senior Staff Reporter Kendra Key, a SGA senator from the College of Arts and Sciences, has announced her candidacy for next year's SGA vice president of External Affairs. Full Story

Campus INbrief

article icon Announcements for Thursday, February 28, 2008

Contra dancers to host swing dance The Tuscaloosa Contra Dancers are sponsoring a swing dance Saturday at Forest Lake United Methodist Church, located at 1171 Fourth Avenue. The George Winter Band will provide the music. Jennifer and Jimmy Kunz will teach a group lesson for beginners from 7:15 p. Full Story


article icon Endorsing the winners

Editor's note: Starting today, The Crimson White will begin endorsing candidates in this year's SGA election. Today, the editorial board will address those candidates running unopposed. On Friday, the board will endorse candidates in the contested elections for vice president of academic affairs and vice president of external affairs, and on Monday, the board will make its endorsement in the presidential race. Full Story


article icon Rebounding from tragedy

In the game of basketball, there are times when making a basket has nothing to do with how many points it's worth or who is winning or losing. When Bo Kimble, a right-handed point guard for Loyola Marymount, shot his first free throw in the 1988 NCAA Tournament left-handed in honor of his teammate Hank Gathers who had died on the court the week before, it didn't matter if the ball went in the basket. Full Story


article icon WILX comes to town

It took a move to another state for the rock band WILX to find their sound. After spending a few years in Oxford, Miss., the boys decided it was time to get back to their roots. So they packed up and headed to Athens, Ga. "It was sort of like a homecoming for us," said vocalist and guitarist Grant Mitchell. Full Story


article icon TIde sneaks past Razorbacks

Freshman Rico Pickett's first points did not come until there were only two minutes left, but they turned out to be the two biggest points of the game. After Arkansas had cut the lead to three, Richard Hendrix dove on the floor to get a steal and from his back, passed the ball to Pickett, who took it the other way and dunked it. Full Story

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