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Serving the campus of the University of Alabama since 1894

The Crimson White

All content by Emma Zimmerman
Preview | The Plank Center confronts the crisis of misinformation

Preview | The Plank Center confronts the crisis of misinformation

April 11, 2021
Put it on the calendar. This Thursday, the Plank Center will host a panel on misinformation featuring research experts and a reporter speaking to the contemporary concerns about journalism
The Tuscaloosa City Council voted April 6 to rescind Mayor Walt Maddoxs emergency powers ahead of a statewide ease on COVID-19 restrictions. Screenshot via Tuscaloosa City Council/Facebook Live

Alabama’s mask mandate ended Friday. Here’s how it will impact Tuscaloosa

April 9, 2021
While the city is relaxing restrictions, UA will continue to mandate masks.
‘Heritage, agency and identity’: Kente stoles make their SUPe Store debut

‘Heritage, agency and identity’: Kente stoles make their SUPe Store debut

March 31, 2021
UA students can now purchase kinte cloth stoles at the SUPe Store. The stoles were previously sold through the Black Faculty and Student Association (BFSA).
‘If you can’t love yourself’: Tide Talks celebrates RuPaul and UA’s queer community

‘If you can’t love yourself’: Tide Talks celebrates RuPaul and UA’s queer community

March 31, 2021
“I really think that is good for the community to see, especially for people who aren’t comfortable with themselves or are trying to find out who they are no matter what their orientation is,” one student said. 
Why UA researchers are developing robotics for Tuscaloosa police

Why UA researchers are developing robotics for Tuscaloosa police

March 24, 2021

Research professors and students at the University are utilizing a $150,000 grant from the National Science Foundation (NSF) to design surveillance robots for the Tuscaloosa Police Department. Headed by...

CW / Cliff Enlers

How COVID-19 affected SGA election season

March 1, 2021
Nothing on campus has gone untouched by COVID-19. While SGA's election season didn't have any extra pandemic-related guidelines this year, candidates have still had to adjust.
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