Monday, February 25, 2008

UA: Harassment investigation resolved

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Monday, February 25, 2008
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UA: Harassment investigation resolved

The College of Communication and Information Sciences has resolved its investigation into the complaint of sexual harassment made in the UA journalism department last week and the instructor accused has resigned, UA spokeswoman Cathy Andreen said. An editorial that appeared in The Tuscaloosa News Saturday said the complaint was made against former adjunct professor and Tuscaloosa News executive sports editor David Wasson.

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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 UAH to alter school name

The University of Alabama in Huntsville is often known for its engineering and research programs and many students graduating with multiple job offers. However, officials think the school is not well known outside of Alabama and the surrounding area. To help recruiting, the school will reinvent the image by referring to UAH as UAHuntsville. Full Story

Campus INbrief

article icon Announcements for Monday, Feb. 25, 2008

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


article icon Players: be good

Another week, another football player arrested. As first reported by The Tuscaloosa News, junior Rashad Johnson was arrested early Saturday morning after a fracas at The Legacy on the Strip. Johnson, a team captain, would not be a problem if it hadn't been for the recent arrest of another football player, Jeremy Elder. Full Story


article icon Students earn USA Today honors

Members of USA Today's 2008 All-USA College Academic Team were announced on Feb. 13, and of the 60 members from across the nation, seven are students from the University. Every year, USA Today, a leading American newspaper, selects students to make up three "teams. Full Story


article icon 'No Country' for Oscars

It was no country for many of the Academy Award nominees Sunday night, as frontrunner "No Country for Old Men" led the pack with four awards, including best picture. Producer Scott Rudin and producer/directors Joel Coen and Ethan Coen accepted the award for best picture for the searing crime drama, adapted from Cormac McCarthy's novel. Full Story


article icon Cal Poly sweeps twinbill, wins series

As good as Alabama was in its 10-1 season-opening win over Cal Poly on Friday night, the Crimson Tide was that bad on Saturday. Poor pitching and poor defense plagued the Tide in a 16-7 loss in the first game of Saturday's doubleheader, and the bats didn't show up for game two, a 6-2 loss. Full Story

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