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The Crimson White

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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UA to host joint doctor of nursing intensive

March 6, 2014

Any field of study or profession has its experts and its highest tier of professionals. For nursing, the doctor of nursing practice designation represents the highest level of education in nursing. In...

College of Engineering to offer 2 new degrees

College of Engineering to offer 2 new degrees

February 20, 2014

University of Alabama students will have two new majors to choose from in the fall. The College of Engineering will add degrees in environmental engineering and architectural engineering to meet demand...

Business competition funds winning startups

Business competition funds winning startups

February 6, 2014

The Edward K. Aldag Business Plan Competition will award three University of Alabama students $50,000 in start up funds and in-kind services to make their entrepreneurial dreams a reality. To apply, students...

SGA Date Auction to raise money for scholarship fund

November 12, 2013

The SGA Date Auction, an effort developed four years ago to help raise funds for the SGA scholarship fund, will be returning to The University of Alabama after taking a hiatus in 2012. This year the Date...

Financial literacy program to help students manage debt

November 6, 2013

College students often leave their families and homes with little knowledge about personal finance, but a new online program is being implemented to help students at The University of Alabama learn how...

Sigma Gamma Rho looks to expand

September 2, 2013

The Sigma Gamma Rho sorority chapter at The University of Alabama is recruiting new members for the fall and spring semesters. The chapter, which had many members who were already UA graduates, was reactivated...

UA Natural History Museum plans 2 canoe trips

July 30, 2013

Students and the Tuscaloosa community are invited to participate in the Alabama Museum of Natural History’s North River Canoeing event on Lake Tuscaloosa. This daylong event will be held on Aug. 1 from...

Believe UA pairs mentors with struggling students

July 30, 2013

This fall, the Division of Student Affairs will once again be offering the mentoring program known as Believe UA for students struggling to adjust to the college atmosphere and having trouble keeping up...

Homegrown Alabama to host Melon Festival

July 30, 2013

Homegrown Alabama will host its first annual Melon Festival at Canterbury Episcopal Church Thursday. The event is open to the public. Various types of watermelon, honeydew and cantaloupe will be for sale....

Homegrown Alabama to host Melon Festival

July 30, 2013

Homegrown Alabama will host its first annual Melon Festival at Canterbury Episcopal Church Thursday. The event is open to the public. Various types of watermelon, honeydew and cantaloupe will be for sale....

New College professor wins prestigious award

July 16, 2013

Catherine Roach, a University of Alabama New College professor, has received a Fulbright-University of Leeds Distinguished Chair Award for 2013-14 to spend time researching and speaking overseas. One...

Exhibit remembers 1963 press coverage

Exhibit remembers 1963 press coverage

July 9, 2013

An exhibit showcasing photographs taken during former Gov. George Wallace’s Stand in the Schoolhouse Door recently reopened as part of The University of Alabama’s “Through The Doors” series. The...

Engineering student chosen for prestigious fellowship

Engineering student chosen for prestigious fellowship

July 2, 2013

Owen Killeen, a senior from Norwich, Conn., was recently selected as a Dwight D. Eisenhower Research Fellow for the Federal Highway Administration. His work for the program will be conducted at the Turner-Fairbank...

Farmers market attracts hundreds each week

June 25, 2013

Even though many University of Alabama students are away from Tuscaloosa for the summer, Homegrown Alabama continues to open its farmers market every Thursday from 3 to 6 p.m. This Thursday, the Tomato...

UA chemistry professor receives $1 million grant

June 25, 2013

The National Science Foundation has selected a University of Alabama professor for a CAREER grant. Patrick Frantom, assistant professor of chemistry in the University’s College of Arts and Sciences,...

UA hosts ASM materials program

June 11, 2013

Twenty-one high school science teachers from across Alabama and Georgia are headed to The University of Alabama’s ASM Materials Camp from June 3-7 in Shelby Hall. The weeklong camp is co-hosted by Martin...

Symposium to highlight medicine’s role in civil rights

May 28, 2013

On Tuesday, The University of Alabama’s College of Community Health Sciences will host a symposium highlighting the changes in medicine over the years. The event will be part of the University’s...

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