Articles By: Mazie Bryant

Editor’s Note

An editorial cartoon in the Dec. 5 issue of The Crimson White concerning allegations against Drummond Company CEO Garry Neil Drummond failed to attribute the source of the allegations, which were made in civil lawsuits against Drummond’s company that are yet to be resolved. To the extent that any aspect of the cartoon may have led readers to conclude that […]

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Gov. Bentley criticizes UA greek segregation

Alabama Gov. Robert Bentley spoke out against sorority segregation on The University of Alabama campus in response to The Crimson White’s article The Final Barrier in an interview with Birmingham’s Fox 6 WBRC-TV on Thursday. In the article, members of several UA Panhellenic sorority chapters spoke with The Crimson White detailing alumnae interference in sorority rush with discriminatory intentions. At […]

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Don’t let organizational differences divide, isolate you

I am what one may call a mutt, a hybrid, a crossbreed. I am a mix of two distinctly separate definitions of a University student. More so, I am a member of a subset on campus that is far too small. I am greek, but I am also a loyal and dedicated staff member of The Crimson White. When I […]

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Hollywood not proper place to tackle mental disorders

For centuries, mental illnesses have struggled for attention in the realm of social issues and inequalities. In the state of Alabama, the challenge has been more extreme than most. In the 1800s, activist Dorothea Dix traveled the country lobbying the U.S. Congress and state legislatures to institute a then-nonexistent mental health care system. While her message was eventually heeded by […]

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American Dream becoming just a dream to U.S. citizens

What is the American Dream? It’s a phrase thrown around in today’s society to inspire and encourage people to make something of themselves, but what does it encompass? The values our founding fathers built this nation on promise freedom and protection, attractive qualities for those without such luxuries. Over time, that freedom became commercialized, and the American Dream came to […]

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