Annie Hollon

Articles

Former governor Bob Riley to speak about leadership

Former governor of Alabama Bob Riley, a University of Alabama alumnus, will speak at an event sponsored by the UA Career Center. Riley’s speech will be centered around his experience at the University and how it prepared him for a career in a leadership position. The speech will be held in the Ferguson ...

CrimsonHacks to spend weekend hosting hacking marathon

The CrimsonHacks event, April 14-15, brings together hackers from all over the South for a 24-hour hacking marathon, or “hackathon.” Teams or individuals attend workshops, competitions and other activities based around legal, fun hacking. 

Student advising sessions vary to accommodate department sizes

Developed in the College of Arts and Sciences, which is the largest academic division of the University with 8,500 undergraduate students and 100 programs of study, speed advising rotates through students quickly. Most students at the University have to have an advising hold cleared from their account ...

Great Campus Write-In to help students write papers

Students who need help with their writer’s block, papers or other assignments can drop by the Great Campus Write-In on Monday. Sponsored by the University Writing Center and University Libraries, students can get help from writing tutors and librarians. 

Lakeside closure to inconvenience freshmen

Current students will face one less place on campus to get food with meal swipes. Especially for freshmen, Lakeside is in proximity to most of the on-campus housing and has late-night hours which allow students to meet new people and grab a late-night snack.

BSU celebrates 50 years of supporting students

The Black Student Union is the oldest minority group on campus and celebrates its 50 year anniversary this year. The organization acts a social and institutional resource for students on campus.