Bethany Blair

Email Bethany Blair

Articles

Greeks host Easter egg hunt

The Alabama Panhellenic Association will host its annual Easter Egg Hunt on the front lawn of the President’s Mansion this Sunday April 17, according to a Panhellenic Association press release. According to the release, the event, intended for children 12 and under, will begin at 1 p.m.

Greek growth limits on-campus housing

Returning students will not be not guaranteed on-campus housing for the 2011-2012 school year because of the growing demand for greek housing, according to the “Frequently Asked Questions” section of Housing and Residential Communities website. “Because of the growth in the greek community and ...

Work study opportunities appear on and off campus

Fifty-two profit and non-profit organizations are currently accepting applications from UA students for off-campus work study opportunities. Organizations like the Humane Society, The American Cancer Society, and The Red Cross are working with UA Student Employment Services to provide off-campus opportunities ...

Rec introduces new series

Each day, students flock to the Student Recreation Center to participate in its group exercise classes; students can kickbox, cycle, and even tone their hips, butts and guts. But the Rec is offering its members another set of classes including belly dancing, therapeutic yoga and Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu. ...

Students explore DiscoverySeries classes at Rec

Each day, students flock to the Student Recreation Center to participate in its group exercise classes; students can kickbox, cycle, and even tone their hips, butts and guts. But the Rec is offering its members another set of classes including belly dancing, therapeutic yoga and Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu. ...

Symposium to encourage undergraduate research

The College of Arts and Sciences is hosting a series of workshops aimed at increasing undergraduate involvement in professors’ research projects. The symposium, which will be held Mondays, Tuesdays and Wednesdays in Lloyd Hall and the Ferguson Center until March 9, feature presentations, question-and-answer ...

Speaker supports young Republicans

? Forty-two percent of Americans consider themselves Republicans, said Ron Robinson, president of the Young America’s Foundation, but although some of the country is behind them, young conservatives continue to struggle to get their voices heard on college campuses. In his lecture Thursday at 7 ...