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Serving the campus of the University of Alabama since 1894

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Serving the campus of the University of Alabama since 1894

The Crimson White

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Nick Saban finishes sixth in presidential election

April 15, 2019
UA students showed their humor when submitting write-in votes for the 2019 Student Government Association elections.
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Students remain apathetic about SGA voting

March 4, 2019
Less than one-third of the University’s student body voted in the Student Government Association elections last year, for reasons such as the Machine’s political influence, not knowing enough about candidates and not feeling like the SGA affects students’ personal lives.
Black History Trivia Night tests knowledge of influential African-Americans

Black History Trivia Night tests knowledge of influential African-Americans

February 19, 2019
Black History Trivia Night will be on the evening of Feb. 20, and teams of two will compete over Kahoot! Questions will be all about influential African-Americans and their greatest accomplishments.
CW/ Kallie Chabla

State’s low health rank noticeable to students

February 4, 2019
The United Health Foundation published its annual report for 2018, ranking Alabama 48 out of 50 based on 35 markers of health, which include behaviors, community and environment, clinical care, policy and health outcomes.
CW/ Austin Bigoney

Slavery pop-up museum examines Reconstruction in Tuscaloosa

December 7, 2018
Students all over the country learn about American History. They learn about America’s groundbreaking historical moments such as the American Revolution, the Civil War and the Great Depression.
CW/ Austin Bigoney

Energy-saving competition saves enough power for several houses

November 13, 2018
Students at The University of Alabama recently came together in a challenge among residence halls that saved enough energy to power almost seven houses for a whole year. The winner of the competition was Harris Hall, which received a gaming table for one of its common areas as a reward.
University of Alabama chosen for four-year-long EcoCAR competition

University of Alabama chosen for four-year-long EcoCAR competition

November 7, 2018
After finishing third in the EcoCAR 3 competition earlier this year, a group of UA students are preparing their project for the EcoCAR Mobility Challenge.
CW/ Jake Arthur

Fall enrollment sees slight decrease from 2017

October 11, 2018
The University of Alabama focused on in-state enrollment and reallocated its scholarships this past year, and it saw a decrease in fall total enrollment for the first time since 2001.

Geography professor chases hurricane

September 21, 2018
Since experiencing Hurricane Frederic as a child, Jason Senkbeil, associate professor of geography, has been interested in meteorology and the science behind hurricanes.
CW/ Hannah Saad

Metal detectors installed in effort to boost stadium security

September 18, 2018
While some agree that the security upgrade is an improvement in safety, debate remains over whether or not the security upgrade could use some improvements.
Lakeside opens after ribbon cutting

Lakeside opens after ribbon cutting

September 7, 2018
Crimson, gray and white balloons were scattered around the room, chairs were properly pushed in and tables were polished to a shine.
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