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Serving the campus of the University of Alabama since 1894

The Crimson White

Serving the campus of the University of Alabama since 1894

The Crimson White

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Students aim to spark memories through music

Students aim to spark memories through music

November 30, 2017

Memories can be triggered in many ways. Looking at a picture can trigger a person's memory, taking them years in the past, or a certain smell can transport someone many miles away. One tool that has been...

Five services available to help students de-stress

Five services available to help students de-stress

November 28, 2017

As dead week approaches, the need for stress relief for students increases. The following services are offered on campus and around Tuscaloosa to aid students in relieving some end-of-semester stress....

Study abroad fair to showcase Honors-specific opportunities

Study abroad fair to showcase Honors-specific opportunities

November 13, 2017

What: Honors Study Abroad Fair. This study abroad fair will highlight upcoming experiences available to Honors College students. Who: Sponsored by the Honors College, the Honors Study Abroad Fair is targeted...

NASA Days connects students with industry professionals

NASA Days connects students with industry professionals

November 3, 2017

Students that normally have their eyes to the sky, turned their attention to Shelby Quad on Thursday, gathering for the University of Alabama's second NASA Days.   NASA Days, hosted by The College of...

Exhibit celebrates LBGTQ   life on campus

Exhibit celebrates LBGTQ life on campus

October 19, 2017

The LGBTQ+ community at The University of Alabama has a continuously growing history at the Capstone. Through the W.S. Hoole Special collections Library, that history has now come to life.   The exhibit,...

Honors College Town Hall to explore fake news

Honors College Town Hall to explore fake news

October 16, 2017

What: Honors College Town Hall.  The Town Hall will feature a panel discussion about the concept of “fake news.” After the panel’s discussion, student questions will be solicited. Unlike previous...

Condition of victim shot outside Rounders unknown

Condition of victim shot outside Rounders unknown

October 15, 2017

An unidentified 26-year-old man was shot in the lower back outside of Rounders Bar at 12:39 a.m. Sunday morning. The condition of the victim, who is being treated at the DCH regional Medical Center, is...

Gorgas House exhibit displays life of William Gorgas

Gorgas House exhibit displays life of William Gorgas

September 22, 2017

History is all around the University of Alabama's campus, from the President’s Mansion to Bryant Hospital. The history of the University is best seen in the Gorgas House Museum, found in front of Morgan...

Autherine Lucy Foster to be honored by the University

Autherine Lucy Foster to be honored by the University

September 14, 2017

The University of Alabama will unveil a marker honoring Autherine Lucy Foster, the first black student to be admitted to an all-white public school or university in Alabama, this Friday at 2 p.m.  The...

University releases statement on DACA

University releases statement on DACA

September 7, 2017

President Trump ordered an end to the Consideration of Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals program, or DACA, on Tuesday. Trump plans to phase out the program's protections in six months  and urged...

Monumental debate: Students divided over necessity of monuments

Monumental debate: Students divided over necessity of monuments

September 1, 2017

Memorializing history in the United States is a complex subject, made all the harder to resolve by the United States’s checkered past. Questions of memorialization have plagued the public consciousness...

Retiring UA history professor reflects on long career

Retiring UA history professor reflects on long career

April 20, 2017

Last night, Lawrence Kohl reflected on his 30-year professorship at The University of Alabama before his retirement in a lecture entitled, “On Life, History, and Teaching.” Kohl focused on what he...

PREVIEW: UA STEAM to promote studies in STEM fields

PREVIEW: UA STEAM to promote studies in STEM fields

April 18, 2017

This week, the University will host an event to promote STEM studies to local high school students. STEAM Sports Group and Honda will co-sponsor the event, which will highlight the role STEM plays in...

PREVIEW: Department of Chemistry to host Arudengo Chemistry lecture

PREVIEW: Department of Chemistry to host Arudengo Chemistry lecture

April 14, 2017

This weekend, the annual tradition of the Arudengo Lecture on element chemistry or physical organic chemistry continues with a speech from a renowned specialist from the University of California, Berkeley....

Blackburn Institute starts food garden to increase local food access

Blackburn Institute starts food garden to increase local food access

April 3, 2017

In Alabama, food insecurity is everywhere. According to the Alabama Department of Public Health, every county in the state has at least one food desert, which the U.S. Department of Agriculture defines...

Students react to new SGA leadership

Students react to new SGA leadership

March 22, 2017

On March 7, 2017, Jared Hunter was elected SGA president with 54 percent of the vote. Hunter was the first openly Machine-backed candidate in the history of The University of Alabama. Student reactions...

Art lecture focuses on being queer in the South

Art lecture focuses on being queer in the South

March 8, 2017

Last night, the University Gallery sponsored Dr. John Howard of King’s College at the University of London’s lecture entitled “Picturing Queer Souths.” The lecture marked the opening of the Dinah...

Students react to Milo Yiannopoulos' falling out

Students react to Milo Yiannopoulos' falling out

February 28, 2017

Less that two weeks ago, Milo Yiannopoulos was one of the most in-demand figures on the political right. But on Sunday, Feb. 19, videos of prominent alt-right figure condoning pedophlilia surfaced, leading...

UA Walk of Shame increases sexual assault awareness

UA “Walk of Shame” increases sexual assault awareness

February 27, 2017

From "the walk of shame" to slut shaming, women's rights activists have found much to take issue with on college campuses. At one event over the weekend, the members of Not On My Campus addressed why...

PREVIEW: Not on My Campus Walk of Shame

PREVIEW: Not on My Campus “Walk of Shame”

February 24, 2017

Not on Our Campus is a student group at The University of Alabama that seeks to raise awareness and find solutions for the nationwide issue of sexual assault on college campuses. This weekend, they will...

Women and Gender Resource Center teaches UA women about salary negotiation

Women and Gender Resource Center teaches UA women about salary negotiation

February 14, 2017

The Women and Gender Resource Center held a salary negotiation seminar on Monday as one of three “Smart Start” seminars that they will hold this semester. The program, led by women from both the Women...

PREVIEW: Culverhouse Investment Management Group to host financial seminar

PREVIEW: Culverhouse Investment Management Group to host financial seminar

February 13, 2017

The Culverhouse Investment Management Group (CIMG) will present a seminar entitled "Introduction to Accounting" on Monday in an effort to spread their knowledge of accounting to the student body at large. “Students...

Political costumes among those dominating Halloween 2016

Political costumes among those dominating Halloween 2016

October 31, 2016

Christmas is always touted as the peak of American capitalism, but maybe we're not giving Halloween enough credit. This year, Americans are expected to spend $8.4 billion on Halloween, an all-time high,...

UA LGBTQ community weighs in on state of marriage equality in Alabama, Roy Moore

UA LGBTQ community weighs in on state of marriage equality in Alabama, Roy Moore

October 26, 2016

On Sept. 30, Roy Moore, the former Alabama Supreme Court chief justice, was suspended for the remainder of his term. According to the New York Times, Judge Moore was suspended for violating Alabama’s...

Explorer who discovered the Titanic discusses career at UA lecture

Explorer who discovered the Titanic discusses career at UA lecture

October 20, 2016

Last night, Robert Ballard, one of the world’s best deep-sea explorers, spoke at Bryant Conference Center. His lecture, sponsored by National Geographic, Canon, the University and the Blount Initiative,...

FYC members learn about legislative writing in Tuesday meeting

FYC members learn about legislative writing in Tuesday meeting

October 12, 2016

The majority of the latest meeting of First Year Council was devoted to a presentation by Ross D’Entremont concerning the proper way to write legislation.The meeting began with FYC director Cassidy Reilly...

University to host time management workshop

University to host time management workshop

October 11, 2016

For some students, living alone for the first time, without someone constantly dictating how one spends their time, can lead to time management issues. Richard Livingston of the Center of Academic Success...

Yiannopoulos focuses on political correctness, tech freedom of speech during UA speech

Yiannopoulos focuses on political correctness, tech freedom of speech during UA speech

October 11, 2016

Last night, Milo Yiannopoulos, senior tech editor of Breitbart News, spoke at the Ferguson Theater. Yiannopoulos’s lecture, entitled “Obama Just Handed the Internet to Monsters”, primarily focused...

Yiannopoulos event to proceed as planned

Yiannopoulos event to proceed as planned

October 7, 2016

Earlier it was reported that the College Republican’s event featuring Milo Yiannopoulos was in jeopardy due to prohibitive security costs. Following the initial CW report, both the Office of Media Relations...

Yiannopolous speaking engagement in jeopardy

Yiannopolous speaking engagement in jeopardy

October 7, 2016

The UA College Republicans announced today that the previously scheduled Milo Yiannopoulos speaking engagement is likely to be canceled.Yiannopoulos was previously scheduled to speak on Oct. 10 in the...

Students of New College are offered an alternative academic experience

Students of New College are offered an alternative academic experience

October 4, 2016

For freshmen, choosing a major can sometimes be hard. Some have no idea what they would like to do while others have a difficult time choosing between the things they love. For the latter, the idea of...

Preview: Beat Auburn Beat Hunger set to start 22nd year

Preview: Beat Auburn Beat Hunger set to start 22nd year

September 30, 2016

Beat Auburn Beat Hunger kicks off for the 22nd year this Saturday, Oct. 1.WHO: Beat Auburn, Beat Beat Hunger.  WHAT: The goal is to collect more pounds of food than Auburn each year. Out of the 22 years...

Clubs at the University promotes sexual health

Clubs at the University promotes sexual health

September 26, 2016

In honor of Sexual Health Awareness Month, The Crimson White will feature stories on sexual health throughout the week. To kick it off, here is a list of some of the SOURCE-recognized clubs on campus that...

Gas prices affected by pipeline leak

Gas prices affected by pipeline leak

September 22, 2016

On Sept. 9, a mining inspector discovered a gas leak in a pipeline in Shelby County, Alabama. The pipeline, which runs from Texas to New Jersey and serves thirteen states, lost roughly 300,000 gallons...

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