UA Student News for Nov. 22, 2011
November 22, 2011 - Filed under: UA Student News
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DATES TO REMEMBER
The UA National Alumni Association has designed a trip for graduating students and young alumni. Travel with the Tide to Europe May 20-30, 2012. Stops include London, England; Paris France; Italy and the Vatican City; and Greece. For details and reservations, visit http://alumni.ua.edu/travelin-tide or contact Jennifer DeFrance at 205-348-1553 or email@example.com.
The University Supply Store is offering free shipping for individuals who spend $50 or more on Bama gear from the SUPe Store’s website at http://www.universitysupplystore.com. The online-only promotion runs Nov. 24 through Dec. 2. See the website for details.
READ Alabama is looking for passionate volunteers to spend a minimum of one hour per week in a Tuscaloosa school providing at-risk readers with the individualized attention they need to improve their literacy skills. To sign up, contact firstname.lastname@example.org, visit the READ Alabama Facebook page, or follow @READAlabama on Twitter.
Anyone who is interested in rowing, has a physical disability or is a veteran with a disability may want to join the adaptive-rowing program. Contact Dr. Margaret Stran at email@example.com for more information.
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