Thursday, March 6, 2008

Have you partied enough recently?

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Thursday, March 6, 2008
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Have you partied enough recently?

Twelve football national championships. Ranked 42 in the top 50 public universities. Seven students who are members of the All-USA Academic Team. All of these are numbers o which UA officials are proud, but one number doesn't generate such fond feelings: 19.

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article icon SGA Election Results

Cason Kirby, Brandon Clark, Mike Dodson, Philip Mahoney, Louise Crow, Allen Ross and Blair Darnell all won their positions for SGA Executive Council Wednesday evening. In the race for SGA President, Cason Kirby crushed Stephen Saucier, receiving 4,166 of the 5,240 total votes cast. Full Story

Campus INbrief

article icon Announcements for Thursday, March 6, 2008

Silent auction to benefit diabetes research A silent auction to benefit juvenile diabetes research will be held at the Bryant-Denney Stadium Scholarship Room Saturday from 11 a.m. to 1 p.m. The event, which is sponsored by Alpha Gamma Delta sorority, is held every year to raise money for the Alpha Gamma Delta Foundation, which focuses on spreading awareness for diabetes and working toward a cure. Full Story


article icon Don't feed the troll

The sights, sounds and smells of spring are fantastic. Flowers are in bloom. The sun shines brightly on the green grass of the Quad. A-Day is in a few short weeks. Brother Micah is back on campus and screaming at the Ferguson Center. For those that don't know, Brother Micah Armstrong is the open-air preacher/crazy man that has been visiting campus for the past five years. Full Story


article icon Bama hockey team closes out successful season

During the fall semester at the Capstone, chances are you going to find someone buzzing about football season. One can't go too far without hearing how the Crimson Tide played the Saturday before or the anticipation for games to come. But for the past two years, there's been a new fall buzz on campus and one that boasts not a passion for the pigskin, but rather a love for the ice. Full Story

INfocus Announcements

article icon INfocus announcements for Thursday, March 6, 2008

Annual 'Faith Seeking Understanding' series begins today The University's Campus Ministry Association will host its annual "Faith Seeking Understanding" series featuring Carol Newsom, who will be speaking today and tomorrow. "The Bible and the Care of the Earth" is the topic. Full Story


article icon Kenny Chesney comes to town

Kenny Chesney comes to town Jupiter to hold raffle for tickets today Caleb JohnsonEntertainment Reporter Don't be surprised if you see a line of people that stretches from the Jupiter Bar & Grill around the corner of Crimson Café this afternoon. These things happen when a country superstar comes to Tuscaloosa to hold a special concert. Full Story


article icon Alabama 8, Troy 2

Maybe a little time off was all Austin Graham needed. The sophomore right-hander made his first start for the Crimson Tide in 728 days, but he didn't display any rust. He worked six and two-third innings in his first start since March 8, 2006, allowing just two unearned runs as he led Alabama to an 8-2 win over the Troy Trojans Wednesday night at The Joe. Full Story

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