UA Residence Halls Will Stay Open During Thanksgiving Break

By Kayli Farris, Lemke Newsroom. Students can stay in UA residence halls during Thanksgiving break, housing officials said. In a change of policy from years past, all UA residence halls will remain open from Nov. 21 through Nov. 23 so students can stay in town instead of moving during the holiday. Students previously were required […]

UA Law Professor and Dean Emeritus Named to National Labor and Employment Law Organization

Kristen Coppola, Lemke Newsroom. A UA law professor and dean emeritus has been named to the College of Labor and Employment Lawyers. Cynthia Nance, who is the Nathan G. Gordon professor of law, will be inducted into the distinguished national organization in ceremonies scheduled Saturday in Atlanta. Nance serves on the American Bar Association Labor […]

MSNBC Correspondent Talks with Students about the Election

By Nick Brothers, Lemke Newsroom. In the heat of a “toss up” election race between President Barack Obama and Gov. Mitt Romney, a national political election analyst told UA students that he “would be surprised” if the challenger wins the Electoral College. Charlie Cook, the author of The Cook Report and MSNBC News correspondent, spoke […]

Students Continue to Give to Churches Despite Growing Debts

By Shelby Gill, Lemke Newsroom. Ongoing debate within churches has raised the question of whether tithing creates a financial burden on students. “I try to do a very good job of having a budget,” said Marissa Davis, president of the Latter-Day Saints Student Association. “There might be some times where I feel like I don’t […]