Archive for ‘May 7th, 2007’
How many times have you used water today? Water is, of course, an integral aspect of life and is necessary to complete many daily tasks like bathing, brushing your teeth and washing your hands. Now, imagine being billed hundreds of dollars for water you never received because of faulty pipes or leaks in your home.
Questions about the New Transit System
The 2008-09 Fulbright Scholar Program contains more than 900 grant opportunities in approximately 150 countries for U.S. college and university faculty, administrators, professionals and independent scholars.
UA Students Receive Prestigious Goldwater Scholarships, UA Professor to Chair Alabama Committee on Civil Rights, and Seminar is Available on New Postal Rates
Spring brings about a renewed spirit among each of us.
Dr. Bernard Kuhajda, collections manager in UA’s department of biological sciences, and Nick Nichols, of the Alabama Department of Conservation and Natural Resources, sew up a male Alabama sturgeon after verifying its sex and implanting a sonar device for tracking purposes.
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