The Crimson White

The Toll it Took: How students have managed a year of grief, trauma and loss
‘Empty fields and parking lots’: Alberta still bears scars from 2011 tornado
Victor Luckerson, pictured at center, led the paper through covering the 2011 super outbreak. CW file
How students broke the news of 2011’s tornado super outbreak
Zach Johnson | @ZachJohnsonCW and Keely Brewer | @keelykbrewer April 14, 2021
When the tornado struck Tuscaloosa on that fateful April 27, students were in class, in their cars, at work. Some of those working students, on duty for The Crimson White, became breaking crisis news reporters in the span of an hour.
How COVID-19 has kept some med students from getting the experience they need
How COVID-19 has kept some med students from getting the experience they need
Mariah Kravitz, Contributing Writer • April 14, 2021
You do your school work. You get the grades. And finally its time for some on-the-job experience. For some medical students, that experience has been more elusive than ever as hospitals and clinics adhere to COVID-19 regulations.
April 27, 2011, was a day of destruction that some students may never comprehend. CW file
Opinion | ‘Look it up’: Why students should remember April 2011
Abby McCreary, Contributing Writer • April 14, 2021
The University had two nearly back-to-back tornado scares this semester. Part of a population that turns over every four years, one columnist worries that UA students no longer have a healthy fear of the destruction a tornado can cause.
Activate Search
Serving the campus of the University of Alabama since 1894
Serving the campus of the University of Alabama since 1894