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The Crimson White

Serving the campus of the University of Alabama since 1894

The Crimson White

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SGA Senate plans to focus on engagement, ethics

January 18, 2012

The Student Government Association begins the spring semester with a flood of new ideas and plans for the future. In the coming weeks, several bills will be proposed, including one that would allow any...

Smoking bans spread across SEC universities

December 8, 2011

A UA freshman is joining students in an attempt to better the campus by pushing for a ban on tobacco and smoking. Jesse Davis noticed the copious amount of tobacco and cigarette use on campus while walking...

Business Honors Program promotes sustainability for finals

Business Honors Program promotes sustainability for finals

December 7, 2011

Students can celebrate the end of another semester of classes and the upcoming holidays by recycling all of their old notebooks, papers and binder-ready books in bins placed around campus. The recycling...

Tuscaloosa Forward focuses on Rosedale, 10th Avenue

Tuscaloosa Forward focuses on Rosedale, 10th Avenue

December 1, 2011

Tuscaloosa residents and city officials met yesterday at Central High School to discuss the rebuilding of the Rosedale and 10th Avenue areas and voice their opinions on the matter. David Griffin, a member...

App highlights drink specials

App highlights drink specials

November 29, 2011

Students at the University can now review the best alcohol prices, updated every hour, before or during their weekend bar-hopping.  The free smartphone application, Red Cup, shows the drink specials for...

Students prepare for Black Friday shopping frenzy

Students prepare for Black Friday shopping frenzy

November 22, 2011

The coming Thanksgiving break also brings another holiday – one for shoppers.  Stores in Tuscaloosa, as well as stores across the United States, will open their doors at a new time this year in honor...

First annual chocolate festival hosted by WRC

November 14, 2011

The first annual Chocolate Festival will raise awareness of women’s health issues while also giving students, faculty and staff members the opportunity to satisfy their sweet tooth by sampling different...

Culverhouse Business launches Executive Business Council

November 9, 2011

The Culverhouse Business School recently launched the Executive Business Council, or EBC, comprised of students in the college appointed by Dean J. Michael Hardin. The council serves to foster growth in...

New gallery opens downtown

New gallery opens downtown

November 3, 2011

For Paul R. Jones, gathering and collecting artwork became a hobby that has now become a huge benefit to the University of Alabama.             The late lawyer amassed a collection of over...

Beat Auburn Beat Hunger plans upcoming events

Beat Auburn Beat Hunger plans upcoming events

November 2, 2011

UA's Beat Auburn Beat Hunger is drawing to a close and has organized several major events to boost donations and meet its goal of 250,000 pounds of donated food, said Wahnee Sherman, director of UA’s...

Retired general to speak on leadership

Retired general to speak on leadership

October 20, 2011

The University of Alabama will welcome retired Lt. Gen. William Bud Forster, a three-star general and UA alumnus, back to campus on Oct. 21 to speak about his experiences with leadership and how lessons...

University physician appointed first Endowed Chair of Sports Medicine for Family Physicians

University physician appointed first Endowed Chair of Sports Medicine for Family Physicians

October 17, 2011

The University’s head team physician, Dr. James Robinson, has been appointed the first Endowed Chair of Sports Medicine for Family Physicians at the University’s College of Community Health Sciences....

Women engineers on the rise

Women engineers on the rise

October 12, 2011

At the University of Alabama, in any given class of 50-60 engineering students, as few as five female students will be present. The female demographic is hardly represented, but the gender imbalance is...

Moundville kicks off fall festival today

October 5, 2011

Moundville Park is holding its annual Native American festival beginning today, with activities going on through Saturday. The park opens at 9 a.m. each morning and will close around 3:30 p.m. on Wednesday...

Group supports midwifery

September 15, 2011

The University of Alabama advocates for Alabama Birth Coalition will participate in a walk in Birmingham Saturday in order to raise awareness about midwifery, which is currently illegal in Alabama. According...

READ Alabama undergoes expansion, adds three schools

September 14, 2011

READ Alabama began its second year by adding three new schools to its volunteer focus and has a satellite program in progress, with a total expansion to six schools in the program in the near future. ...

UA to expand campus over next five years

September 1, 2011

The UA campus may undergo extensive changes, some of which will take up to five years to complete, according to the Annual Consolidated Capital Projects and Facilities Report presented to the Board of...

Changes in parking bring questions

August 30, 2011

More changes have been added to the University of Alabama’s parking regulations. The 2011-2012 school year ushers in alterations that have left some students perturbed. “The University should assign...

Students join relief efforts

August 25, 2011

More than 200 Honors College students ended their summers early to travel to Tuscaloosa in order to clean up what was left over from the April tornado that swept through parts of Tuscaloosa. The volunteer...

2011 seniors graduate, honor tornado victims

2011 seniors graduate, honor tornado victims

August 24, 2011

For the University of Alabama students originally set to graduate in May 2011, feelings of bliss and achievement weren’t necessarily in the air as they finally walked across the stage. The anticipated...

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